Never Trumpers are more delusional than even the Democrats.
Despite the majority clearly siding with Trump, they continue to buy in to left-wing fearmongering.
And thankfully, one Never Trump Senator just sealed his fate after he was caught on a hot mic saying something disgraceful.
Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona was hoping to be the next John McCain, sitting in office for the rest of his life.
That was before Donald Trump came along and ruined his plans.
After spending the entirety of the past year obstructing the President, Flake decided not to run for re-election in 2018.
I guess he saw the writing on the wall.
Despite not running for his Senate seat, there are rumors about his future ambition, and a possible run for President.
He may be forced to re-evaluate those plans after he was caught insulting both President Trump and Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
While speaking to the moderate Mayor of Mesa, AZ, he warned that the Republican Party will be “toast” if Roy Moore is elected.
As reported by The Hill:
Republican Sen. Jeff Flake (Ariz.) was caught on a hot mic Saturday warning that the Republican Party will be “toast” if it becomes the party of President Trump and Roy Moore.
At a tax-reform event in Arizona on Saturday, Flake was caught on a live microphone by ABC affiliate KNXV bashing the president in a conversation with Mesa Mayor John Giles, a friend of Flake’s.
“If we become the party of Roy Moore and Donald Trump, we are toast,” Flake is overheard saying.
Moore, a GOP candidate for the Senate in Alabama, has vowed to stay in the race despite mounting allegations of sexual misconduct involving teenage girls.
Giles, a moderate Republican who has been mayor of Mesa since 2014, is also heard on the recording making comments appearing to encourage Flake to mount a primary challenge against Trump in 2020.
“I am not throwing smoke at you, but you are the guy — just for fun, think about how much fun it would be — just to be the foil, you know, and point out what an idiot this guy is,” Giles says, apparently referring to Trump. “Anyway, I hope you do it.”
Flake has been a staunch critic of Trump, and announced in October that he would not seek re-election to his Senate seat in 2018.
Whatever future political plans Flake had were just shot down with those statements.
President Trump still remains very popular among Republicans.
The fact that Flake was forced not to seek re-election is proof of that.
Supporters of President Trump are getting tired of establishment hacks like Flake.
Arizona’s Senior Senator, John McCain, narrowly got re-elected in 2016.
The closeness of that election was undoubtedly because of the wave of support for President Trump, and it clearly scared the pants off of Flake.
Do you think that Jeff Flake should resign now instead of waiting until his term ends?
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