Marybeth Glenn, a self-described conservative female voter, has had enough.
She officially denounced her party's nominee on October 10, after days of uproar over Donald Trump's latest offensive comments about women.
"So let me get this straight: I, a conservative female, have spent years defending the Republican Party against claims of sexism," she tweeted. "...Now some Trojan horse nationalist sexual predator invades the GOP, eating it alive, and you cowards sit this one out?"
The stream seems to have been set off by the release of Trump's comments from 2005, published by The Washington Post on October 7. In a recording, Trump admitted to kissing women without their consent, and claimed he could "grab them by the pussy" without rebuke.
The comments caused many Republicans to withdraw their support for the candidate — but none as powerfully as Glenn.
"He treats women like dogs, and you go against everything I—and other female conservatives—said you were & back down like cowards," she wrote on Monday.