Ex-GOP consultant busts party as nothing more than racists who want tax cuts for the rich in brutal tweetstorm
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. (AFP/File / NICHOLAS KAMM)

In a furious tweetstorm, a former adviser to the Ohio Republican Party expressed disgust at how far the GOP has fallen under Donald Trump and said the GOP may never recover.


According to Robert E. Kelly (who former Singapore Ambassador Kirk Wagner called" ... one of the best voices on Asia in the world, used to work for the Ohio GOP and is not some left wing nut") the GOP is willing to look the other way as long as the president keeps signing off on their tax cuts for the rich.

To get there though, Kelly, who now serves as a Professor of Political Science at Pusan National University, took a detour through Republican intransigence on gun control, the GOP's history of racism, evangelical support for a "mean-spirited and adulterous" Trump, and callow GOP leaders like former Reps. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and John Boehner (R-OH) who stood by the "inept" president.

As Kelly explained over 16 tweets, "The last few weeks of the Trump Show have been more awful than usual but also inadvertently revelatory @ Trump's coalition.If you've paid attention, you've suspected this stuff for a long time,but bc T says the quiet parts out loud,a lot of GOP masks have definitively dropped,"

With that he enumerated the many sins of the GOP during the Trump era leading him to conclude: "Aligning with Trump is a faustian bargain, and the bill will come due."

You can see the tweets below: