Republican warns GOP to 'pass the kidney stone' of Trump if they want to survive: 'Sore losers are still losers'
Conservative former Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA) (Photo: Screen capture)

Conservative former Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA) told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace that if they want to have a political future that they should read the writing on the wall.

It has been less than six months since former President Donald Trump left office, and time has not been his friend.

In an NBC News poll, Trump's favorability rating went from 43 percent before Election Day, but by January, it dropped to 40 percent. As of the end of April, the favorability rating slipped to just 32 percent.

This week, one of Trump's hand-picked Republicans lost up against a moderate candidate for New Jersey governor, which may indicate that the coattails of the former president aren't as strong.

"I know it's going to take a while," Comstock began. "Margaret Chase Smith, she came out in 1950, she only had six supporters going after Joe McCarthy, but four years later, 67 members and 9 senators voted to censure Joe McCarthy. I would like to shorten that timeline. four years was longer than it should have been, but I think, in the long run, the American people, the truth comes out and our democracy usually rewards that. So, I think a few people with courage, we already have them in the House and Senate, people who have stood up. Margaret Chase Smith only had six. We at least have seven in the senate now, 35 in the house, and I think those fee people with courage can make a majority of people, particularly, as you see, republicans are now very concerned that Trump is out there endorsing very weak candidates who could lose them seats."

She closed by saying that it might be hard because she would prefer better candidates that aren't part of Trump's cult.

" I do think, you know, sooner rather than later, with the truth coming out, the scales will fall from the eyes, the way they did with Joe McCarthy, and this will be either it's cutting out the cancer or maybe, you know, more optimistically, it's passing of the political kidney stone that's painful, but we can all survive it," she said. "I do think or democracy was built to last, it's lasted through tougher things than Donald Trump, who is two times impeached, failed guy, who at 47 percent, going down every day, is not going to be the future of anything that will ever get to the White House. if we nominate him, yeah, that's not good, because then we lose, but he's not going to be the future of anything. Except failure. Sore loser. Sore losers everywhere can rally around Donald Trump, but sore losers are still losers."

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