Eric Bolling: Why Trump will be the last GOP President

The GOP is in absolute shambles.

Following the 2020 election, many Republicans have left Trump outside in the cold like a forgotten piece of trash and as a result they’ve done the same to more than 70 million voters.

Their failure to act and rally the base has caused many conservatives to rage against the GOP, which is causing a huge rift in the party with one side standing with Trump and the other with the establishment.

Eric Bolling believes this rift is catastrophic to the GOP and may result in Trump being the last Republican president of his lifetime.

It’s a frightening thought, but with the divide amongst the party and extreme doubt in our voting systems, it really doesn’t seem like that outlandish of an idea.

And there’s a vast number of Republicans who believe fraud took place during this election:

From Courthouse News

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As President-elect Biden prepares to take office Jan. 20 after successfully unseating President Donald Trump, a poll released Thursday by Quinnipiac University reveals a sizeable chunk of voters do not trust the legitimacy of the election. While 60% of registered voters say they believe Biden’s win was fair and lawful, 34% do not.

The poll finds partisanship may be partly to blame: While an overwhelming 98% of Democrats believe that Biden’s win was legitimate, only around 30% of Republicans say the same. Though not as much as Democrats, independents are more likely to trust in the validity of Biden’s win, with 62% saying they think the former VP’s win was fair and 30% saying otherwise.

The numbers become a little more split when voters were asked if they believe widespread voter fraud occurred during the 2020 election. More than half (58%) say they do not think such fraud actually happened, though 77% of GOP voters say voter fraud was rampant.

Either way you look at it, the GOP is in big trouble.

Unless they grow a spine and stand up for their supporters, the party will be lost for quite some time.

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