Then you're clearly not particularly great at interpreting behaviour and identifying bias.
Obama: *Goes golfing one day*
Republicans: "HOW DARE HE! HE'S JUST SHITTING ON THE CONSTITUTION!"
Trump: *Golfs like 5 days a week*
Or, on the flip side:
Obama: *Goes golfing*
Republicans: HOW DARE HE (Etc)
Democrats: What's the big deal, he can't be working 100% of the time. He puts in his hours.
Trump: *Does the same*
Democrats: "Where's your outrage now? Hypocrites."
Because, you know, when Trump golfs, I don't see Dems complaining that he golfs, but they are ALWAYS pointing out the hypocrisy. (And yes, there are always exceptions. I'm sure if you look hard enough you can find some idiotic dems bitching about Trump just because they hate him, most of the people I know hate him because of the shit he does and the hypocrisy of his followers.)
Or, what about this:
Trump: "GRAB EM BY THE PUSSY!"
Democrats: "Seriously, what the actual fuck, you can't say/do that"
Republicans: "WE like it because he tells it like it is." (if 'like it is' defaults to rape)
Obama: *Has some spicy, fancy mustard on a hot dog*
Republicans: "I HOPE YOU LIKE YOUR FANCY MUSTARD! GET TO WORK!"
Democrats: "Again, he's allowed to enjoy a fucking hotdog, dude."
These 'scandals' are nowhere near the same level, and Trump 'gets away' with so many things that no Democrat would ever get away with becuase even Democrats know to vote against their candidate when they did something wrong. Remember, Clinton got impeached for getting a blowjob and lying about it. Trump got elected after admitting to abusing his power to fuck women. These two things are not even remotely the same.
Honestly, I'm not even a 'leftist', I'm very much a centrist. I believe both sides of the political spectrum need consideration and balance. But, when it comes time to vote, I vote Democrat/Liberal because, of the two parties in modern culture, Republicans are outright hypocritical villains. both sides have their problems, for sure, but it's so, SO much worse on the right. So much more bias, so much more hatred, so much more regression, so much more bigotry, so much more crying about rights vs responsibilities. I'd rather vote for the group that supports ideals that are better for the greater good than those who focus on the individual, because as late-stage capitalism has proven us, the greedy will always take as much as they can and that's how we get a system where like 99% of the wealth is shared among 1% of the population (I'm not sure if that's the actual balance but I do know that it's horrendously top-heavy).
The point is, when comparing the two, Republicans just come across as idiotic, selfish twats who hate the poor, hate foreigners, thing Religion is the bases for morality, genuinely believe that guns are the key to peace, and for some reason hate science and education. They also don't care about the morals of their leaders, becuase if they did they wouldn't vote for Trump. if given the choice, I'll go for the party that supports education, social progression, inclusion, worldwide unity, mental health, hospitals, healthcare, and all that stuff that brings the whole country up. If paying more in taxes means that EVERYONE gets better access to healthcare or that there are services to help those in need, I'll happily do it.
Because, contrary to what many of you might believe about me, I'm actually a good person and want the world to be a better place. I'm just not dumb enough to believe that's anyone else's responsibility. we ALL need to work together to fix these issues, and categorically, being a Republican is doing the opposite of that.