HUNLOCK TOWNSHIP, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — Reactions to the January 6th Select Committee Report and referrals are coming in across the nation and the political universe.

On Monday Eyewitness News talked with so-called ‘Trumpocrats,’ who, in part, helped Trump turn Pennsylvania red in 2016.

‘Trumpocrats’ are long-time democrats who helped Trump win the White House in 2016.

Eyewitness News spoke to a husband and wife from Luzerne County who insist the House Select Committee Report, will not change that support.

Eileen and Richard Sorokas from Hunlock Creek in Luzerne County are self-described ‘Trumpocrats.’

Eileen is a former Luzerne County Council Member and is currently a Democratic Commitee Person in the City of Wilkes-Barre. She and her husband have been lifelong Democrats.

During Monday’s meeting, Eyewitness News sat and watched the January Select Committee Report, to the nation, in their living room.

“It’s one-sided and it’s phony. They want to get Trump and don’t care what they do,” stated Eileen Sorokas.

They listened as the Select Committee members explained what they made criminal referrals to the U.S. Department of Justice.

“Evidence that we’ve gathered points to further action beyond the power of this committee or the Congress to help ensure accountability under law. Accountability that can only be found in the criminal justice system,” explained Representative Bennie Thompson (d) Chairman Jan. 6th Committee.

Eyewitness News asked, “What do you say to those folks who say how could you possibly support him with what the committee says they found?”

First of all, this commitee is a farce. They did a lot of fabricating. I didn’t like that it was more of a kangaroo court. They were just out to get Trump. It’s something, they hate him so much. It’s unbelievable. I can’t understand somebody; people hating somebody that much,” Eileen replied.

“Nothing was really cross-examined. Like, they say Trump has the right to challenge the election. The attack on the Capitol is totally wrong in that people should go to jail, but it doesn’t appear Trump said go and storm the castle. I don’t think that happened,” added Richard Sorokas.

The Sorokas’s insist this is not about blind loyalty to Trump.

Eyewitness News asked, “Moving forward if President Trump is on the ballot in 2024, Do you think you will support him?”

“I have to see who’s on the ballot. You know if he’s the better of the two candidates definitely I’ll support him,” Richard responded.

The Sorokas’s insist if criminal charges are filed against Trump, the legal system must be allowed to do its job.