I’ll let you in on a little secret: Democrats are TERRIFIED.
They are terrified of what they know will happen in 2022. They are terrified because The GOP is not as divided and consumed with infighting as they would like.
President Trump is pretty much the most important part of The GOP right now in my opinion. Some would call him a kingmaker.
He is going to shape this party up, and get it going in the right direction again….and this terrifies the Dems.
They have been performing poorly on just about every benchmark, and Americans are seeing just how awful and corrupt they are.
This will only worsen over the next year and a half, and by the time the midterms roll around in about 600 days they will have no quarter.
Take a look:
The Red State Observer pointed out:
Republicans are poised to retake the House due to redistricting alone. That and the historical fact that the first midterm for a newly minted president is almost always a bloodbath has Democrats dreading what looks to be coming. That’s why you see such a push to get rid of the filibuster now. Democrats know they are on borrowed time, and they want to push through what they can now.
There has been one thing that the left have been hoping will save them, though. Namely, that a civil war within the Republican party leads to a suppression of victories come 2022. For that to happen, Democrats were banking on Donald Trump just going scorched earth, with no care for whether the GOP takes back the majority or not.
Well, the former president just blew that notion up, and that sound you hear is millions of liberals crying out in agony.
The Hill reported:
We are just 600 short days away from the 2022 midterm elections, which means it is the perfect time to handicap the Republicans’ chances to win back the House, Senate and prepare a serious challenge to President Biden’s reelection. Six “R’s” will determine how successful the R’s will be in two years: retirements, redistricting, reforms, raised funds, recruitment, and finally, the Federal Reserve.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has a real challenge on his hands when it comes to the sheer number of retirements from his caucus, and there is growing evidence that he is also considering stepping down before his term ends in 2026. If McConnell does announce his retirement before the midterms, he’ll join five colleagues who have already done so — the most GOP Senate retirements in 12 years.
Last week, Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) surprised many by announcing his second term would be his last in the upper chamber. Trump carried the Show Me State by over 15 points last November, furthering a rightward voting trend that we have seen in recent years, so the Democrats will have an uphill battle for that open seat next year.