You mean to tell me that Republican voters actually trust the outsider to make better deals for the American people than the weasels currently running the show in Congress? Gee, how can that possibly be?
A new Morning Consult poll shows some fascinating numbers which confirm that very few voters have any further trust in Paul Ryan or Mitch McConnell to work on behalf of the American people to stop the progressive agenda:
President Donald Trump’s recent deal with congressional Democrats on a short-term extension of the debt limit gave a lot of Hill Republicans heartburn, but a Morning Consult/POLITICO survey indicates that their frustration with the president doesn’t appear to have trickled down to most GOP voters.
By a 2-to-1 margin in the poll of 1,976 registered voters conducted from Sept. 7 through Sept. 11, Republicans said they trust Trump (56 percent) more than they trust Republican leaders (28 percent) to work with Democrats in Congress to achieve certain policy outcomes.
Here’s the chart giving you a better look at how the numbers breakdown:
Why don’t Republican voters trust Congressional leadership to cut these deals? It’s pretty simple, really. The GOP leaders like McConnell and Ryan have shown time and time again they do not always have our best interests at heart. Both of them are for amnesty in one form or another, and both of them sit on the side of the globalists on most every issue.
Furthermore, we’ve seen them in action. McConnell is very good at pushing issues to the brink and getting little or nothing in return. It’s no wonder nobody trusts him to work for us any longer.