These lifelong Republicans may vote for Biden come November ... "I think the last three to six weeks have been a turning point," says Tom Rawles, 70. "We can always fight over the issues. But we need to cut out the cancer that is infecting the body politic of America." That cancer to their party, the couple says, is Trump. "We'll support Biden not because we agree with him on issues," Linda Rawles says, "but he's a decent, kind, sane man. I've considered myself a Republican since I was 13. We're not at home in our party. We're not Democrats. We don't have anywhere to go." ... https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/13/politics/arizona-voters-trump-biden/index.html As an independent myself, I am heartened to see these independents on the right side - of history as well as politics - in this electoral cycle. No matter how you feel about Trump's policies (I find most of them to be irresponsible and shameless pandering to the extreme right, personally), he is a sad, disgusting man who whose glaringly obvious personality disorder has made him grossly incompetent as president and one who is not even capable of adhering to the oath he swore to protect and uphold the Constitution and serve the country. I am heartened also by the polling that shows independents favoring Joe Biden by a good margin and can only hope this trend will continue. Trump won several swing states by narrow margins against a very unpopular candidate (who was even sniped by the director of the FBI) and with record low voter turnout. November 2020 will be a very, very different story.