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It’s no longer just a movement….it’s a revolution!
A Trump revolution!
Donald Trump engineered one of the most stunning election day victories of all time in 2016, and it looks like he may do it again in 2018.
Conventional wisdom says that whichever party wins the Presidency usually loses in Midterms.
So it’s a good thing our man Donald Trump is not conventional!
He’s not accepting that statistic, campaigning furiously for all the senate seats open in November. He’s treating it as if he, personally, is running again.
Because in many respects, he is.
If he can’t get support in Congress, he can’t enact his MAGA and KAG policies. So it’s vitally imporant.
And it looks like it’s paying off big time!
Joe Manchin is in trouble in West Virginia:
According to TownHall, Claire McCaskill may have just tanked her campaign in MO:
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) recently announced what we all knew as going to be her position of the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh: she’s voting against him. Is it because of the sexual misconduct allegations that were dropped at the 11thhour; allegations that have zero witnesses or evidence? Nope. It was because Judge Kavanaugh was a little soft on hard money, or something.
“It is his allegiance to the position that unlimited donations and dark anonymous money, from even foreign interests, should be allowed to swamp the voices of individuals that has been the determining factor in my decision to vote no on his nomination,” she said in a statement. Odd since McCaskill is benefitting from Senate Majority PAC, which is mostly fueled by wealthy left wing millionaires and billionaires who don’t live in Missouri.
McCaskill is one of the most vulnerable,if not the most vulnerable, senators running for re-election cycle. All the red state Democrats, where Trump just destroyed Hillary Clinton in 2016 are in very precarious re-election territory. This Kavanaugh fight has already put the screws to them. It’s pretty much a no-win situation. They could vote for him, but that means becoming outcasts in their own party and frozen out of much needed financial resources, which they will desperately need. Oh, and endless harassment from the progressive grassroots. They could announce their opposition, maintain the communication lines to the Democratic war chests, but lose their jobs come January.
And....Republican Kevin Cramer just jumped to a TEN POINT LEAD over Sen. Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota!
Here's more on the fantastic story, from Breitbart:
A new poll released on Monday by Valley News Live, the NBC-TV affiliate in Fargo, North Dakota, and Strategic Research Associates, shows that Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) has jumped to a ten point lead over incumbent Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) in the North Dakota Senate race.
The poll of 650 likely voters in North Dakota conducted between September 17 and September 27 shows that Cramer now leads Heitkamp 51 percent to 41 percent, with eight percent undecided. It has a margin of error of 3.5 percent.
Cramer has increased his lead over Heitkamp by six points in the past few weeks.
A Fox News poll conducted between September 8 and 11, two weeks before the dramatic testimony of Brett Kavanaugh and accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford on September 27 before the Senate Judiciary Committee, showed Cramer with a four point lead, 48 percent to 44 percent, which was within the poll’s margin of error.
Heitkamp is one of two Democrat senators who have not yet announced how they will vote on the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. The full Senate is expected to vote up or down on his confirmation this Friday.
The poll also shows that likely voters in North Dakota overwhelmingly support confirming Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court:
In another question that VNL asked, 60% of the likely voters in North Dakota support the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. 27% were opposed.
Keep in mind, the poll was conducted during the disclosure that the judge may have engaged in sexual misconduct, while in high school or college, before last week’s testimony by Kavanaugh and one of his accusers, before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
In 2016, President Trump won the state’s three electoral college votes by a margin of 36 points over Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton.
Heitkamp’s campaign has stumbled in recent weeks.