Many people are predicting a red wave, or a red tsunami, in the approaching midterm elections. I really hope this is the case.
All signs point to this happening, but we all thought President Trump was going to win by a long shot. When you look at the true genuine number of votes, I believe you still come to that conclusion, but there’s nothing we can do about it right now.
Even if we had confessions from those who admitted to helping rig the election that were broadcast on mainstream media, leftists would still deny it. There are some things and individuals who, no matter what, refuse to accept the truth.
But the odds are so much in the favor of the Republicans that even the liberals at CNN agree.
CNN senior data reporter Harry Enten told anchor Jake Tapper on Monday that Republicans could be poised for historic gains going into November’s midterm elections.
Enten laid out the data specifically with regard to the U.S. House of Representatives, in which the Democrats currently hold a slim 12-seat margin.
“If you’re a Republican running for re-election, or trying to unseat a Democrat, things are looking pretty good, right?” Tapper asked.
“I would say they’re looking very good from the historical context. Basically, I took the best Republican positions on the generic congressional ballot at this point in midterm cycles since 1938, that generic ballot basically is, ‘Would you vote for the generic Republican or generic Democrat in your district?’” Enten explained.
“And guess what? Since 1938, the Republican two-point lead on the generic congressional ballot is the best position for Republicans at this point in any midterm cycle in over 80 years,” he continued. “It beats 2010, when Republicans were up a point.”
"A lot of the Democrats’ problems, it seems, can be linked back to the president, right, who is severely underwater," Jake Tapper says — and Harry Enten concurs. pic.twitter.com/Cnzds4ER6v
— Virginia Kruta (@VAKruta) June 7, 2022
November can’t get here soon enough. Actually, January can’t get here soon enough when the winners are actually sworn in.