According to former Vice President Joe Biden, there are “really decent Republicans” who are willing to break from President Donald Trump.
“There are enough really decent Republicans, you’re seeing them step up now in the United States Senate, who don’t want to be part of this Trump Republican Party,” Biden said to radio host Kenny Burns.
Biden then proceeded to name call out Mitt Romney by name.
The Hill reports:
Biden said that he sees a “vague beginning” of national unity and emphasized the need for the country to come together, saying that the American public wants elected officials to work across party lines to get things accomplished.
Biden’s remark came as a growing number of Republicans have opposed efforts by some of their colleagues to object to the Electoral College results during a joint session of Congress on Wednesday. Dozens of lawmakers, including more than a dozen senators, are still expected to raise objections to the votes.
Biden criticized Georgia Republicans David Perdue — whose Senate term ended Sunday — and Sen. Kelly Loeffler, who are both in high-stakes runoffs for their seats on Tuesday, accusing them of being loyal to Trump and “not to the people of Georgia.”
If there are Republicans “breaking” with Trump and going along with crooked, lyin Biden, then they are not truly Republicans. They are bought, or they were never Republican to begin with.
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