Curt  /  Arizona

“I can’t vote in good conscience for Donald Trump. He’s just laid so many things out there that are morally and ethically wrong.”

Video Transcript

“I’m Curt from Surprise, Arizona, and I’m former Trump voter. I voted for Donald Trump in 2016. I did not vote for him in 2020, and I do not plan on voting for him in 2024.

“Trump was an outsider. I had reservations about some of the things he was saying, but as an outsider, you really don’t have a whole lot of actions that you can compare to the people that’s been in politics for much longer, period.

“So I did vote for him in 2016, but during his term he did things that I did not agree with. He wasn’t very good with foreign affairs. On social media, his rants and raves that he did at the time. And whenever he would talk about something, there was such exaggerations at a level that at some point I was just done with that.

“And then of course, COVID came. And the decisions he made there I didn’t agree with either. And all of this kind of rolled into the situation where I was in 2020 where I did not vote for him.

“In 2024, I plan on voting for Biden. I do have some reservations with the policies and the things that Biden and the Democratic leadership has done.

“However, I have so many reservations on Donald Trump that I can’t see any way that I would vote for him. I can’t vote in good conscience for Donald Trump. He’s just laid so many things out there that are morally and ethically wrong, and he appears to be on a path that he is gonna continue to do that.

“If Haley would’ve been the nomination for the Republican Party, I would vote for Haley over Biden. If the same thing,if DeSantis would be the Republican nomination, I would vote for Ron DeSantis. And finally, if Mike Pence would’ve been the Republican nomination, I would vote for Mike Pence over Joe Biden.

“But unfortunately, those are not the choices.

“And if the choices are Joe Biden as a Democrat, Donald Trump as Republican, I’m gonna vote Joe Biden.”