A politician who profits from supporting corporate interests
Why should I vote? They are all Republicrats that are in it for the money.
|Drain the swamp||To remove corruption|
|Astroturfing||Faking a grassroots movement|
|Virtue signaling||Demonstrating moral superiority|
|RINO||Republican in name only|
|DINO||Democrat in name only|
|MTG||Marjorie Taylor Greene|
A Republicrat is a corrupt politician who supports corporate interests over the people they represent to gain a profit. Since both parties engage in the practice, the name combines the Republican and Democrat U.S. political designations.
Republicrats don't have much integrity because they value money and power over doing the people's will. They may make many promises when campaigning, but when they win office, they will bend to the will of corporate lobbyists, which makes them a lot of money.