(FiveNation)- Fox News anchor Lou Dobbs warned on Thursday night during an interview with Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio that if Republicans step out of line, President Donald Trump might spend his time as a private citizen building up a brand new third party.
And that would hurt the Republicans much more than it would hurt the Democrats.
During the interview, Dobbs asked about the leadership of the Republican Party and laid into the GOP establishment for insulting the millions of people who voted for President Donald Trump.
“The fact of the matter is, working men and women and their families right now have no representation,” he said.
“This president has made clear who has his priority, his attention, his interest. President Trump, as you say, stood up for the working men and women and their families,” he added.
Lou Dobbs, a news anchor, has to step in and remind Republican politicians that they should care about the people who vote them into office. Incredible, huh?
“And it’s stunning to me that the Republican Party right now doesn’t understand that threat that he poses,” he added, reminding Republicans that the president could take his 74 million legal voters and turn them into a new party.
“I think of those 74 million Americans, if they continue to be insulted by the leadership of both political parties, they are going to say, ‘the hell with you,’” Dobbs said. “And the Patriot Party will be born and it will be born with extraordinary strength and power.”
If 74 Million People
Continue To Be Insulted
By BOTH PARTIES
They Are Going To Say:
“To Hell With You‼️”
— Dr. Marty Fox 🇺🇸 (@DrMartyFox) January 22, 2021
It comes after reports that President Donald Trump, in his time as a private citizen, has continued discussing the possibility of starting a new party.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the former president has spoken with his associates about the possibility of starting a new “Patriot Party” in response to the GOP establishment refusing to support him in his fight for election integrity.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s incorrect claim that the president incited an insurrection on Capitol Hill on January 6 likely didn’t help, either.
President Donald Trump has not commented on the idea publicly and has yet to be seen after leaving the White House and starting his life as a private citizen in Florida.