A month remains until the midterm elections, with each contest adding something to both the national and local scenes that might further hurt the nation.
Polls indicate that Vice President Joe Biden is as unpopular as ever and that there are numerous open seats. As a result of the forecasted red gains, Nancy Pelosi’s position as speaker of the House will likely weaken. A surge of Republicans in the House will terminate Pelosi’s authoritarian rule.
All seats in the House of Representatives are up for election, with a record number of incumbents, the majority of whom are Democrats, declining to run.
Newsweek reported earlier this year that at least 30 Democratic House members are retiring or not running, while just 13 Republican House members are retiring and 7 are pursuing other seats.
All signs point to a massive red wave in November, but you wouldn’t know it by watching the leftist mainstream media.
In the majority of the primary contests, Trump-backed Republicans crushed their opponents, signaling a solid red base heading into the midterms. Few narratives illustrate this notion. The leftist media is concentrating on the frenzied efforts to put Trump in a negative light through investigations, rather than the triumphs that Trump has supported.
Polls indicate not only displeasure with Biden’s presidency, but also with blue governors, as concerns such as the economy and pricing, as well as the border situation, which has recently been in the spotlight due to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis exposing blue hypocrisy, worsen.
Since signs indicate to significant shifts in both blue and red states, yet this is not reflected in liberal media coverage, it is plausible that the media is slanting news to discourage residents from voting.
The United States is eager for change, and this technique is unlikely to deter voters from casting ballots.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Now a recent poll shows favor in regard to a Republican candidate over a Democrat. And it is not the first time the two have sparred in an election.
The poll was conducted from September 27 to 30, with a sample size of 451 likely voters in New York’s Eleventh Congressional District. There was also a 5.2 percent margin of error.
Republican Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (NY) is edging out her Democrat challenger, former Rep. Max Rose (NY),after she unseated him in the 2020 election. CONTINUE READING…