Midterms Should Not Be Close, But Polls Say They Will Be
I wrote some time ago that we on the Right needed to temper our expectations for a Red Wave in November, and with two months to go, I may be on the mark. I was hoping I could write how wrong I was. There is absolutely no reason for a Democrat surge except for ignorance and lack of understanding of how damaging recent Biden “victories” will be to our future. Over the last few election cycles, we have seen how inaccurate and unreliable polling has become. What concerns me is how the mainstream media is buying the data and reveling in the possibility of the Democrats holding Congress.
It is concerning, almost alarming, how many people still rely entirely on the mainstream media. They have shown us how they often manipulate the content they report on and the stories they opt to ignore. A case in point is the Hunter Biden laptop fiasco that has been kept under wraps since before the 2020 elections. Had the story been allowed to see the light of day, it would have impacted the Presidential election. And now, it would shine a light on the credibility of Joe Biden and explain some of his dealings with China and Russia.
The media, and the White House, are touting the recent successes of Joe Biden, including the Inflation Reduction Act and the Student Loan Reduction action. Immediately after these bills or actions were announced, they were debunked, but nobody heard the reviews and explanations. Many people were satisfied with the Cliff Notes and talking points. Shame on them for not being more curious and the media for hoodwinking the public.
In reality, inflation is still at a record high, and more than 300 Americans are killed daily by Chinese Fentanyl. The Border does not exist, but a record-high number of illegals cross the Rio Grande daily. The CDC has admitted they were ill-prepared to get us safely through the Pandemic, and Fauci will retire with the largest pension in our history. Gas prices are down but nearly double the price from two years ago. Supply chain issues remained unresolved, and food prices set new weekly records. Energy prices are up 30%, and the heating season is upon us. Seventy-five percent polled say we are going in the wrong direction, so how can the Democrats think the midterms will be close?
Biden continues his assault on MAGA Republicans but let’s not forget it was the Democrats that could not accept Hillary Clinton losing to Donald Trump in 2016. It was the Democrats who weaponized the FBI and the Justice Department to concoct a bogus Russian Conspiracy Theory. It was the Democrat’s connection with Big Tech to cancel or censor anyone with a conflicting view or who wrote about sensitive issues like the Hunter Laptops or The Biden Cartel. It was Big Tech that banned a sitting President from social media. And with all of these situations verified, Biden has the gall to call out MAGA supporters as the greatest threat to our Democracy. This may be the most remarkable example of projection from our worst President in the history of our Republic—quite a combination.
So, let the pollsters keep polling and let Joe keep devising ways to buy votes, and I’ll wait patiently for the most critical polling day of all, Election Day. Whether a tsunami or a ripple, I am confident that the Republicans will retake Congress, and maybe, we can get that 75% to rethink the direction of our great country.
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