In February, Robert Gonzalez wrote an op-ed in the Arizona Republic urging Republicans to not to leave the party.
He had hoped that after the January 6 insurrection the GOP “could still be saved by decent people working from the inside… While many Republicans failed to show leadership during Trump’s presidency, it seemed that in the wake of Jan. 6, those leaders would finally stand up for truth and democracy.”
But eight months later he writes that he was wrong.
“One of the few remaining tools to influence the Republican Party is to sever ties. So I urge remaining Republicans who stand for truth and democracy to vote with their feet, and leave.”Save to Favorites