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    Post Tom Ridge, former Republican governor of Pennsylvania, will vote for Biden

    Probably not a major blow to GOP-MAGA wing/Netanyahu-Repulicans but still it will cause some stir in media at least:

    Ex-Pennsylvania Gov. Ridge explains vote for Biden in Philadelphia paper

    By Aris Folley - 09/27/20

    Tom Ridge, the former Republican governor of Pennsylvania and the first U.S. secretary of Homeland Security, has announced he will be backing former Vice President Joe Biden in the presidential race, saying in an op-ed that President Trump “lacks the empathy, integrity, intellect and maturity to lead.”

    Ridge, who served in former President George W. Bush's administration, said in an op-ed in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Sunday that his decision to vote for Biden in November will mark the first time he has voted for a Democratic presidential candidate.

    Ridge, who has a history of criticizing Trump, accused the president of sowing “division along political, racial and religious lines” in the op-ed on Sunday morning and said he “routinely dismisses the opinions of experts who know far more about the subject at hand than he does – intelligence, military, and public health.”
    “Our country has paid dearly in lives lost, social unrest, economic hardship and our standing in the world,” he wrote.

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    Thumbs up

    Recently watched failed RINO Tom Ridge, former head of Homeland Security, trying to justify his sudden love of the Radical Left Mayor of Portland, who last night was booed & shouted out of existence by the agitators & anarchists. Love watching pathetic Never Trumpers squirm!
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    Super Joe Biden is already draining the swamp?

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    Another irrelevant Republican voting for Biden.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

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    Some would say this possible MAGA ally's betrayal enhanced the deficit in MAGA-DNC relations.

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