SICK: Here’s A List of Republicans Now Supporting Hillary Clinton Over Trump… Remember THESE Names


It seems that the Republicans just can’t seem to prove to the American voting populace fast enough how they too are JUST like the Democrats they claim to despise.  Case in point, the rapidly growing list of Republicans that are now clamoring to support Hillary Clinton rather than support Donald Trump simply because he isn’t part of the establishment.

This list grows daily and is comprised of GOP elected officials, administration officials, business leaders, and donors who have crossed over to back Clinton over Trump.


Below is that list as it currently stands:

Members of Congress —
  • Rep. Richard Hanna (N.Y.), a moderate Republican who plans to retire this year, he stated to that he supports Clinton, that Trump is unfit to lead. He cited Trump’s criticism of Khizr Khan as his reason. “I think Trump is a national embarrassment. Is he really the guy you want to have the nuclear codes?” he stated.
Bush administration officials —
  • Henry Paulson — treasury secretary
  • Carlos Gutierrez — commerce secretary
  • Rosario Marin, U.S. treasurer — “I will stand up for my community against the menace of a tyrannical presidency that does not value the countless contributions of immigrants.”
  • John Negroponte — director of national intelligence and deputy secretary of state under Bush, five-time ambassador and Reagan deputy national security adviser
  • Richard Armitage — deputy secretary of state and adviser to Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush — Trump isn’t Republican and doesn’t have any interest in learning about the issues so I’m going to vote for Mrs. Clinton.”
  • Brent Scowcroft — chairman of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board and adviser to three previous Republican presidents — “The presidency requires the judgment and knowledge to make tough calls under pressure. Hillary has the judgment and wisdom to lead our country during critical times.
  • James Clad — deputy assistant secretary of defense — “There is no choice. In razor sharp contrast to her opponent, Secretary Clinton is ready, steady and prepared. With a proven preference for bipartisanship, she must win this election.”
  • William Reilly – Environmental Protection Agency administrator
  • Alan Steinberg – regional EPA administrator
  • Robert Blackwill – former deputy national security adviser and ambassador to India
  • Scott Evertz – former director of the Office of National AIDS Policy
  • Lezlee Westine – former White House director of public liaison and deputy assistant to the president — “Our nation faces a unique set of challenges that require steady and experienced leadership. That is why today I am personally supporting Hillary Clinton.”
  • Shirin Tahir-Kheli — special assistant to the president and ambassador and senior adviser for women’s empowerment under Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
  • Ashley J. Tellis — special assistant to the president and senior director for strategic planning and Southwest Asia
  • David A. Gross — State Department coordinator for international communications and information policy
  • James Kunder — assistant administrator for Asia and the Near East at USAID
  • Matthew Waxman — senior official in the State Department and Defense Department
  • Kori Schake — National Security Council and State Department aide
Officials in previous GOP administrations
  • Frank Lavin — former Reagan political director and ambassador to Singapore
  • Doug Elmets — former Reagan spokesman
  • Jim Cicconi — former Reagan and George H.W. Bush aide
  • Fred T. Goldberg Jr. — former assistant U.S. treasury secretary and IRS commissioner under George H.W. Bush
  • Charles Fried — former U.S. solicitor general under Reagan and current Harvard Law professor
  • Pete Teeley — press secretary to then-Vice President George H.W. Bush, former U.S. ambassador to Canada and U.S. representative to UNICEF
  • Richard Howill — former deputy assistant secretary of state and ambassador to Ecuador under Reagan
  • William Ruckelshaus — former Environmental Protection Agency head, deputy attorney general, and acting FBI director
  • Carla Hills —  U.S. trade representative under George H.W. Bush
    Foreign policy leaders —
    • Robert Kagan —  a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, former Reagan State Department aide and adviser to the presidential campaigns of John McCain and Mitt Romney
    • Max Boot —  senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and adviser to GOP presidential candidates —
    Business leaders/donors
    • Meg Whitman — former Hewlett-Packard chief executive, and California gubernatorial nominee —
    • Marc Andreessen — venture capitalist — “[Silicon] Valley wouldn’t be here, we wouldn’t be doing any of this if we didn’t have the amazing flow of immigrants that we’ve had in the last 80 years. And the idea of choking that off just makes me sick to my stomach.”
    • Harry Sloan — head of Global Eagle Acquisition — “He is unprepared and temperamentally unfit to be our president. Most of my Republican friends feel the same way. As a businessman, a father and a conservative, it is clear to me that Hillary Clinton is the right choice in this election.”
    • Dan Akerson — former chairman and chief executive of General Motors — “Serving as the leader of the free world requires effective leadership, sound judgment, a steady hand and, most importantly, the temperament to deal with crises large and small. Donald Trump lacks each of these characteristics.”
    • Chuck Robbins — chief executive of Cisco
    • Hamid Moghadam — chairman and chief executive of Prologis — “Our country is about tolerance and inclusion and that’s why, as a lifelong Republican supporter, I endorse Hillary Clinton for president in this election.”
    • William Oberndorf — donor of $3 million to GOP candidates since 2012 — “If it is Trump vs. Clinton, and there is no viable third-party candidate, I will be voting for Hillary Clinton.”
    • Mike Fernandez, $4 million to GOP candidates in recent years — “If I have a choice — and you can put it in bold — if I have a choice between Trump and Hillary Clinton, I’m choosing Hillary. She’s the lesser of two evils.”
  • Former Republican elected officials
    • Chris Shays — former congressman from Connecticut — “I have friends who are up for office and they say, you know, if you don’t support Donald Trump, you’re hurting us because then we have to answer the question. And now I’m going one step further. So I am hurting them. But, you know, there’s a time when you put your country first.”
    • Connie Morella — former congresswoman from Maryland
    • David Durenberger — former senator from Minnesota
    • William Milliken — who served as governor of Michigan from 1969 to 1983 — “Because I feel so strongly about our nation’s future, I will be joining the growing list of former and present government officials in casting my vote for Hillary Clinton for president in 2016.”
    • Larry Pressler — former three-term Republican senator from South Dakota who lost an independent campaign for his old seat in 2014 — “I can’t believe I’m endorsing Hillary Clinton for president, but I am. If someone had told me 10 years ago I would do this, I wouldn’t have believed them.”
    • Arne Carlson — a former two-term Republican governor of Minnesota who supported President Obama
    • Robert Smith — former judge on New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals — “This year, I’m going to vote for a Democrat for president — the first time I’ve done it in 36 years — and I think the decision is easy. Hillary Clinton is the only responsible choice, and I don’t understand why so few of my fellow conservatives see it that way.”
    Political operatives
    • David Nierenberg — finance chairman to Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign
    • Mark Salter — former top adviser to John McCain — “Whatever Hillary Clinton’s faults, she’s not ignorant or hateful or a nut. She acts like an adult and understands the responsibilities of an American president. That might not be a ringing endorsement. But in 2016, the year of Trump’s campaign, it’s more than enough.”
    • Sally Bradshaw — former top Jeb Bush adviser, told CNN that she had left the Republican Party to become an independent because of Trump’s presence at the top of the ticket — and that if the race were close in her home state of Florida this fall, she would be voting for Clinton. “As much as I don’t want another four years of [President Barack] Obama’s policies, I can’t look my children in the eye and tell them I voted for Donald Trump.”
    • Maria Comella — former spokeswoman for two of Trump’s top backers, Chris Christie and Rudy Giuliani — “Instead of speaking out against instances of bigotry, racism and inflammatory rhetoric whether it’s been against women, immigrants or Muslims, we made a calculus that it was better to say nothing at all in the interest of politics and winning elections.”
    • Kurt Bardella — former top aide to Rep. Darrel Issa (R-Calif.) and ex-spokesman for Breitbart News — “A big reason why I decided that Hillary Clinton is the candidate who I’m voting for — the first Democrat I’m voting for in my life — is because this is a time where what’s going on is much bigger than partisanship, bigger than Republican or Democrat, or single issues that traditionally these campaigns are about.”
    • Mike Treiser —, former Mitt Romney aide — “In the face of bigotry, hatred, violence, and small-mindedness, this time, I’m with her.”
    • Craig Snyder — former chief of staff to then-Republican Sen. Arlen Specter (Pa.) and an ex-colleague of former top Trump adviser Roger Stone and current top Trump adviser Paul
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It’s becoming more abundantly clear every day that the Washington elite will do anything to retain their power structure and keep the regular people out.  For the people, by the people? Not so much anymore, it appears.



h/t – The Washington Post 


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