How The Dems Plan To Rig The 2022 Midterms?

Despite all odds, they will definitely try to keep Pelosi – she’s a shameless great asset to the overall brutally shameless policy they’re trying to pull off.

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According to an analysis conducted by FiveThirtyEight,

“While the state currently has 19 Democrat representatives and eight Republicans in the House of Representatives, the new map will have 20 Democrat-leaning seats, four Republican-leaning seats and only two competitive districts.”

On Wednesday, FiveThirtyEight reported the state legislature had passed a map “designed to give Democrats a huge advantage in the state,” which lost a seat in reapportionment after the 2020 census.

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“The proposed map has an efficiency gap of D+9, but that understates how severely it would tilt the playing field toward Democrats,” FiveThirtyEight reported.

Not only did it create the 20-to-4 breakdown of safe seats for Democrats and Republicans, respectively, but the two “competitive” seats are also both advantageous to Democrats.

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“This is an increase of three Democratic-leaning seats, a decrease of three Republican-leaning seats and a decrease of one highly competitive seat from the old map,” the outlet reported.

“If the map is enacted, it would likely set up Democrats to flip the open Republican-held 1st and 22nd districts, as well as Republican Rep. Nicole Malliotakis’s 11th District. GOP Rep. Claudia Tenney would also be thrown into a competitive race against Democratic Rep. Antonio Delgado in the new 19th District.”