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30K+ voters drop Republican affiliation after Capitol riot

30K+ voters drop Republican affiliation after Capitol riot

30,000+ voters who had been registered members of the Republican Party have decided to change their voter registration following the attack on the US Capitol which was carried out by supporters of former President Donald Trump. The massive wave of defections could spell trouble for the GOP as it is trying to find its way after losing the presidential race and the Senate majority.

Tom A
Tom A
Got Truth
Got Truth 2 months

If you watch all available videos of the Jan 6th event, many will never ever be shown on MSM, is seems like many of the security personnel were trying to grease the wheels to help it all happen. Some rioters received an open by security and did nothing to discourage or stop them. There's more to the story than you'll ever get from the MSM and Dems.

Glen 2 months

CNN is out ot their minds, they're always manufacturing phoney statistics. If you want to see real statistics, look at how many millions of people who turned off CNN.

Luddite 2 months

they are not dropping their affiliation because of the riot, they are dropping because of the republican politicians who so quickly turned against Trump and then turned on the membership by distancing themselves. politicians doing their damnest to maintain their position, salary and side payments.

D 2 months

The media cnn just can't help themselves. Just keep spewing bs

James 2 months

Why is this news? Some 70 million people voted Republican in the election and 30,000 have since changed their affiliation? That's something like 0.0005%...

Ken Williams
Ken Williams 2 months

That's not why they dropped their membership. They gave up on Republicans, because Republicans gave up on Trump. His support has not wavered.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 2 months

If true, they probably did so to avoid scrutiny from the actual fascist government that is already hunting down wromg-thinkers Nazi-Germany style!

mike 2 months

I doubt that, it was the dems all this time

Kitten 2 months

No comparison to the democrats that will drop their affiliation in the next few years.

Something Witty
Something Witty 2 months

As they should. The Republican Party is the party of no. They don’t stand for anything else.

FirstCensorshipThenJail 2 months


IvoryDove 2 months

How many have left the Democratic Party since Biden started issuing his orders?

S 2 months

It's nice to see that something good and productive actually came from all of that.

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