GOP Leader Resigns Because of 'Trump Supporters'

GOP Leader Resigns Because of ‘Trump Supporters’

Yet another GOP leader has proven themselves to be a RINO, a ‘Republican In Name Only,’ as she has chosen to resign from her post after she became concerned about messages she has been receiving from Trump supporters.

Jean Evans, the head of the Missouri Republican Party has resigned three weeks before her term was set to expire, saying that she had received disturbing messages from supporters of the president.

On January 7, Evans told local news outlet KMOX that she had been receiving “increasingly disturbing” messages from Trump supporters after Joe Biden‘s supposed victory in November 2020.


According to Evans, several callers were discussing the need for a military coup, and others were demanding that the Missouri GOP bus people to protest in Washington, D.C.

She also noted that some of the messages she received had included threats. “Halfway through the message turned into, ‘you better get off your you-know-what and fight or we’re going to come after you,'” Evans stated.

The GOP leader said that she was upset and disgusted, but not surprised, when a group of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building on January 6.


Evans says that supporters of the president wanted her and the party to literally join the fight.

“I was afraid the President would not do enough to stop it,” she said.

“That’s not something I was comfortable doing,” Evans added.

Listen to the interview and discussion of the Capitol protest here:

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