1 Million Voters Are Joining the Republican Party

1 Million Voters Are Joining the Republican Party

Look Who’s JOINING The Republican Party

(UnitedVoice.com) – Even before Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016, Democratic candidates have done everything they could to demean and intimidate voters away from the Republican Party starting with Hillary Clinton’s “basket of deplorables” comment. They’ve alleged Republicans are racist, homophobic, insurrectionists, and attempted to silence the voice of minority voters. The list goes on. Yet, something is happening in America, and apparently, the Left’s attempt to grow a permanent majority through shaming voters isn’t working.

Since Democrats took control of Congress and the White House in 2021, a shift has occurred among voters. Many suburban voters who cast a ballot for President Joe Biden are swinging away from Democrats. They aren’t alone. All across America, over 1 million voters have left the Democratic Party for the GOP.

Over 1 Million Voters Leave for Greener Pastures

According to an independent study by the Associated Press, all of the demagoguing by Democrats over the last year, combined with their fast-paced shift to the far left, may have been a bridge too far for many Democrats. The AP reported over 1 million people in 43 states switched their party allegiance to the GOP over the last year. It’s occurring in all facets of life, from rural to suburban and city life.

The report comes as Hispanic voters across America began bailing on Democrats.

By itself, that demographic shift could cause a massive political shockwave. Still, the AP noted the suburbs that overwhelmingly voted for Biden over former President Donald Trump are the biggest threat to Democrats heading into the 2022 midterm elections in November and the 2024 presidential election.

The switch comes as voters force Democrats to defend their far-left policy proposals that failed in 2021 and the historic beating President Biden is taking in the polls.

Why Are People Leaving the Democratic Party?

Voters who talked with the AP said COVID policies played a role in their decision to switch parties, combined with the growing crime problems in Democratic-led cities and an over-focus on racial justice issues. Some say they reject the Left more than they’re embracing the Right but felt Democrats no longer agreed with their values or perspectives.

In November 2021, the first shock hit Democrats in Virginia. For months, the Critical Race Theory and transgender issues in public schools embroiled the state in controversy. The National School Boards Association labeled parents as domestic terrorists in communications with the Department of Justice (DOJ). Then they asked the DOJ to become involved in school board meetings even though some suggested the proposal was an intimidation tactic.

Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told the AP that Democrats are completely out of touch, which explains why voters are flocking to the GOP.

So, will there be more defections in November? Will the GOP take back the House and Senate or increase its nationwide majority of statehouses and governorships this fall?

With only a little more than four months until the election, America will find out soon enough.

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