Senator Manchin May Leave Dems And Become Independent After White House Accuses Him Of Disloyalty

The left is still absolutely freaking out over the decision of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin to not support Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ bill.

The harassment Manchin has endured has come from far left Democrat activists, all the way up to the Biden White House.

As a result, Manchin might leave the Democrat party and become an independent.

Breitbart News reports:

Report: Joe Manchin May Become an Independent After White House Accuses Him of Disloyalty

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) may reportedly become an independent after the Biden administration on Sunday accused the senator of disloyalty.

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Following Manchin’s vocal opposition to Biden’s $1.9 trillion Build Back Better bill, the White House accused Manchin of breaching “his commitments to the President.”

The accusation may result in Manchin becoming an independent, though he would still caucus with Democrats, Axios reported.

Manchin is from West Virginia, a red state that Biden lost in 2020 by nearly 40 points.

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“I’m from West Virginia,” he said Monday. “I’m not from where they’re [Democrats] from, and they can just beat the living crap out of people and think they’ll be submissive, period.”

For months Joe Biden tried to work out a deal with Manchin to enact the spending package in the 50/50 split Senate. Manchin maintained throughout the negotiations he opposed major provisions in the package.

In October, leaks indicated Manchin wanted to leave the Democrat party over fears his opposition to provisions in the radical package would embarrass the party.

Republicans are telling Manchin that he is welsome to join the GOP.

If Manchin joined the GOP, it would tip the balance of the Senate to Republicans before the midterms even happen.


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