Poll: 91% of Trump voters sticking by him despite Capitol Hill Protest

Not only Trump voters but any American who gives a whit about our most basic freedoms, let alone the Constitution. In response to this, expect the totalitarian D-bags to crackdown harder.

But know this, we are not going away.

91% of Trump voters sticking by him despite Capitol Hill riot: Poll

By Andrew Mark Miller| Washington Examiner| January 13, 2021 |

An overwhelming majority of President Trump supporters surveyed by pollster Frank Luntz over the weekend said they’d still vote for the president again despite last week’s riot on Capitol Hill.

“Despite their criticism of his conduct since November 3rd and last week, 𝟵𝟭% of Trump voters say they’d still vote for him if another presidential election were held today,” Luntz tweeted Monday.

Only 25% of Trump voters polled stated that the president was responsible for the Capitol Hill riot, which left five people dead and sparked a push to impeach him. Sixty percent said that Vice President Mike Pence acted more appropriately than Trump during the aftermath of the riot.


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3 replies
  1. Bob
    Bob says:

    The capitol hill protest was clearly an inside job. There was busses escorting the Antifa members, the capitol police allowing the gates to be open and letting the people in, and the staged shooting of a woman “Ashlii Babbitt” despite numerous facial recognition scans showing that many were crisis actors like Jack Topelli from backstage.com


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