The 2022 midterm election looms as one of the most important in U.S. history. For opposite reasons, both political parties insist that our democracy is at stake. One party has a plan to save the American democratic experiment from ruin.
The other party has designs on finishing its job of destroying the most successful, multi-racial nation ever. Republicans aim to rescue this proud country. Democrats have strong ambitions to steer the United States toward China-style socialism.
Both parties say their plans are in the best interest of the American people. One is lying. A review of the historical track record of every failed attempt to build a socialist/communist society makes it blatantly clear which one is correct.
A look at how today’s radical policies by the progressive left have worked cements the argument. Socialism is a failed experiment. It claims to offer social balance. It does not. An elite ruling class, who think they know what’s best for everyone else, characterizes socialism.
Do many of the recent policies enacted by progressives sound familiar? Leftist bureaucrats mandated lockdowns and ordered citizens to comply. Without any debate or discussion, Joe Biden signed executive orders opening up U.S. borders.
By belittling and calling to defend the police, our heroic law enforcement officers, cities can’t maintain a sufficient police force. The results have led to historic spikes in crime. The result of every liberal policy has been hardship and pain for Americans.
Americans are fed up with Joe Biden and the rest of the self-entitled elitists. Virtually every poll points to a looming Republican takeover of Capitol Hill. However, political analysts make a special point of noting how wrong polls have been for the last decade.
Invariably, the survey process used by polling agencies is skewed to the left. There are dozens of examples where the “so-called polls” were dead wrong. In fact, most of them have been. There has been little done to correct the inherent problems that existed.
Most believe that if a Republican candidate is leading, even by the smallest of margins, their victory will be unquestionably by a wide margin. There are also the “toss-up” races, where conservative candidates are within a couple of percentage points.
Again, poll analysis insists that these numbers are wrong. They are skewed by liberal-leaning pollsters. These Republicans have a strong chance of easily winning their races as well. That brings us to the few close races that “lean Democrat.”
Likewise, these polls are going to prove tilted. When the margin of error is entered into the equation, even elections that are supposedly “leaning Democrat” are going to be victories for Republicans.
The Epoch Times spoke with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich about Republican prospects ahead of November 8. The former speaker agrees that the polls are once again going to prove woefully inaccurate.
Gingrich feels that Republicans will be anywhere “between plus three and plus seven in the Senate.” The former Georgia congressman also insists that Republicans will sweep into control of the House.
Gingrich proclaimed, “We’ll be between plus 20 and plus 50 in the House, with the most likely number being plus 44.” Needing to only flip five seats to take control of the House, a Republican majority there is all but guaranteed.
Most believe that Democrats’ losing the House is a foregone conclusion. But the Senate has produced a lot of debate. Some actually think Democrats could take a 51 to 49 edge. However, that sense of hope has been waning fast.
Many estimates have Republicans nailing down 52 of the 100 seats. Gingrich thinks that the number will be far higher. Democrats are also facing a growing number of likely losses in state races. Republicans are poised to take control of state houses and win gubernatorial contests.
Last spring, while America watched Joe Biden fumble from one failure to the next, political experts predicted a “red wave” come November. However, the Supreme Court’s decision to rightfully overturn Roe v. Wade gave liberals a momentary sugar high.
They made minimal gains, but the numbers did not hold. As the border crisis got worse and crime increased, Democrats’ optimism faded. Now it’s all but gone. The abortion issue has not paid off for liberals. They’re left defending poor policy choices and Joe Biden’s failed agenda.
If the Democrats’ hopes were like a boat, it would be one with a big hole in the bottom. This boat is sinking, and it’s sinking fast. There won’t be a Republican red wave in the November midterms. Liberals will stand in awe! There’s going to be a “massive red tsunami!”