One of the most prominent GOP operatives Tim Miller, who is also the former communications director for Jeb Bush’s 2016 presidential campaign, went on the record earlier this week to say admit that he donated to a Democratic candidate for the first time in his lifetime. That’s right. The die-hard Republican said that he donated to Roy Moore’s opponent, Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones’s campaign. Miller took to social media to share the news. “I just donated to a Democrat for the first time in my life if any of yall want to do so as well,” Miller tweeted.
I just donated to a Democrat for the first time in my life if any of yall want to do so as well. Enough is enough. https://t.co/YlDXTXSnyJ
— Tim Miller (@Timodc) November 21, 2017
Miller’s actions come on the heels of mounting sexual misconduct allegations against GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore. Moore is currently facing at least five allegations that he pursued sexual and romantic relations with teenage girls when he was in his 30s. However, like President Trump, Moore has denied these accusations and refuses to drop out of the race despite criticism from GOP lawmakers such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
President Trump also broke his silence this week on where he stands when it comes to supporting a pedophile and his party’s agenda or doing the right thing. Trump, of course, chose the party. “We don’t need a liberal Democrat in that seat,” Trump told reporters at the White House. Miller has criticized Trump in the past but now he is sending a strong message to the GOP that enough is enough. Miller does not want to see his party become known as the party of Moore and Trump but frankly, that is exactly what it is.