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Former RNC chairman Michael Steele endorses Biden

Former RNC chairman Michael Steele endorses Biden

Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele endorsed Joe Biden on Tuesday. Steele was the first African American to serve as chairman of the RNC. Steele joined the Lincoln Project in August. ’Trump has energized the party by focusing on stoking division and eroding our core principles’, Steele said in a statement. Marc Racicot, another ex-RNC chair, and endorsed Biden in Sept.

Kathy
Kathy
Shane
Shane 1 months

Steele "sometimes vigorously" opposes Biden's policies, yet once again it's Trump's character on the ticket. What a joke. He thinks the dems can "heal the divisiveness of the nation" but is too short-sighted to see how their divisive policies and ideologies are the very reason Trump was elected in the first place. Could we have a better president? Yes. But it sure ain't Biden/Harris

O'Brien
O'Brien 1 months

Swamp creatures do love a swamp.

david dindu
david dindu 1 months

Ya ain't black if u don't vote for joe

Come on Man!!
Come on Man!! 1 months

Thanks to Trump , the Republican Party has millions more supporters who are hard working , law abiding , honest blue collar people with strong family values. So we lost the swampy DC establishment republicans. Best trade ever.

Freedom Nuggets
Freedom Nuggets 1 months

That dude is a MSDNC political analyst. He sold his soul years ago when he lost his RNC position to a better candidate. Also a writer for the Washington Post. He has been a never Trumper from day one. Noting new here.

bob
bob 1 months

Democrats can have all the establishment swamp rats. Then we can see if the Republican party can capitalize and elect some real American Patriots that has America's interest first.

pennydreadful
pennydreadful 1 months

Interesting

Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 1 months

The Lincoln Project is all the establishment Rhino Republicans let them make their own group it will let the voters know who not to vote for and who we have to go after next once we're finished dismantling the establishment democrats.

Don
Don 1 months

Mr Steele works at MSNBC. We're he reportedly earns 250 thousand dollars a year. Just saying.

Jon
Jon 1 months

My hope is the Dems become the new Republican party, the current Republicans just self implode and then we have carved out room for a true progressive ticket.

Something Witty
Something Witty 1 months

I wonder how the democrats from twenty years ago would’ve felt if I would tell them that most of the RINOS were endorsing a 76 pro war establishment candidate.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 months

"Why I left the GOP".... I was a Cruz fan, but the GOP didn't want him and cut a deal with Trump to crush him in the primary because they thought Hillary would win and globalism would continue to thrive. Steele, Romney, etc are the problem.

porcus
porcus 1 months

HaHa! This is funny, an old crusty Republican scared of change decides to vote for a candidate with stated policies that are *absolutely against* his party's "values". Lol, what an utter hypocr1te of a Republican, and good riddance. Hope he stays in the Democratic party where such hypocr1sy belongs.

Dr. Ötker
Dr. Ötker 1 months

“Former”, hence a worthless opinion. 😄

Jim
Jim 1 months

These people cannot be conservative if they were they could never reconcile voting for Biden. Just on platform issues they are supporting abortion, gay marriage, tax increases, war and a million different policy positions they in any other situation say they “don’t support”. There are other options. They could endorse the Libetarians, Green or even the Constitutional Party. Even if Trump loses these fake people are being revealed

yuckycrumpet
yuckycrumpet 1 months

Yet another prominent republican voting Biden. So that’s like half of them. Poor Donny not looking to popular among his own party.

Erik
Erik 1 months

Very significant.

Neil
Neil 1 months

Another Deepstate RINO

Joshua
Joshua 1 months

I'm glad sanity seems to be spreading. The madness has to end.

Paulie C.
Paulie C. 1 months

Nothing of value was lost.

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