Everyone can agree that it is never a good thing when someone tells you that you are not good at your job. But at least for most people, it can serve as a wake-up call.
However, that evidently doesn’t apply for leading Republicans. Even though they’ve done everything they could to conceal it, everybody knows that Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan aren’t faithful to the President.
Luckily, American patriots are not easily fooled, and they can see right through their little schemes.
This is probably the reason why their survey numbers have so rapidly decreased.
According to a report from Breitbart, a NBC/Wall Street Journal poll has shown that Republicans are becoming less and less satisfied with their Congressional leaders.
The report says that:
ONLY 36 PERCENT OF REPUBLICAN VOTERS SAY THEY ARE SATISFIED WITH HOUSE SPEAKER PAUL RYAN AND SENATE MAJORITY LEADER MITCH MCCONNELL, WHILE 59 PERCENT ARE DISSATISFIED.
— 🇺🇸❣Patriot Lexi❣🇺🇸 (@PatriotLexi) September 12, 2017
No Republican that is interested in hurting, instead of helping the President’s agenda has the right to call himself a patriot. And not to mention the fact that Ryan already has a few huge mistakes on his record.
He has obstructed The Wall, and the Repeal and Replace bill. He has been nothing but an obstacle in the President’s way, throughout his whole presidency, so far.
However, it appears that there is a silver-lining after all. Since the United States citizens are not content with their leaders in Washington, they are looking up to their President more now.
Reportedly, Trump holds 83 % of the Republicans’, even in spite of his deal with Democrats on funding the government.
It looks like Americans prefer leadership over a party.
According to Breitbart :
FIFTY-EIGHT PERCENT OF REPUBLICANS IN THE POLL SAID THAT THEY CONSIDERED THEMSELVES MORE OF A TRUMP SUPPORTER THAN SUPPORTERS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONLY 38 PERCENT OF REPUBLICANS CITED PARTY SUPPORT ABOVE TRUMP.
Taking all things into consideration, it looks really bad for Republicans.
Trump is, by far, the most liked Republican by Republicans.
Favorable rating among GOP via new @CNN poll:
— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) September 24, 2017