“It’s hard to imagine the Republican Party surviving this,” Cupp said. “Between anti-abortion, anti-LGBTQ, book banning, anti-democracy, I mean, as all of the regressive bullshit — garbage, sorry, to this — I don’t take that back — add it all together and I don’t know who is left in the future — in future generations to be drawn to this party.”
Domenech told host Laura Ingraham that the Republican party was gaining Hispanic voters through the culture war issues Cupp cited. Over a million voters have switched to the Republican Party from the Democrats, according to an analysis by The Associated Press.
“I think the autopsy that was done in 2012 was about a party that was dead,” Domenech said. “This new coalition, this one that I think is far more passionate, that has a lot more going for it and is about the American family, above all things you know, is something that actually represents a long-term and very beneficial development for the country.”