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‘Party of Inclusion’: Sen. Scott Explains Why He Predicts Massive GOP Victories


With Joe Biden’s approval rating circling the drain and Americans struggling to afford necessities amid record inflation, the upcoming midterms are shaping up to be a bloodbath for Democrats.

For U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), however, there are other reasons that his party seems to be on pace to reclaim control of Congress in November.

According to Yahoo:

Senator Tim Scott, R-S.C., predicted that the GOP will flip control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in the 2022 midterms, saying the Republican Party is the “party of inclusion.”

Scott made his prediction while speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s 2022 Road to Majority conference on Friday.

“I believe that we are going to win the House and bring it back to the right,” Scott said. “I believe we’re going to win the Senate and bring it back to a majority.”

“And in two years, I have a dream that with a House on our side, and a Senate on our side, and the White House back on our side,” the South Carolina Republican continued. “We will show America what leadership looks like.”

The South Carolina Republican has recently spent much of his time tweeting about the failed policies of the modern Democratic Party.

In an apparent attempt to limit the number of seats his party loses in the midterms, Biden has attempted to put a positive spin on a clearly disastrous economic situation.

As the New York Post reported:

Asked on the sand near his vacation home in Rehoboth Beach, Del., about economic experts “saying a recession is more likely than ever,” Biden barked: “Not — the majority of them aren’t saying that. Come on, don’t make things up, OK?


“Now you sound like a Republican politician,” the president griped, before realizing how he came off and insisting, “I’m joking. That was a joke.”

The president, who emerged two days after falling off his bike nearby, proceeded to call for higher taxes on the wealthy while blaming oil companies for record-high prices at the pump.

“But all kidding aside, no, I don’t think it is [inevitable],” Biden said. “I was talking to [former Treasury Secretary] Larry Summers this morning and there’s nothing inevitable about a recession.”

Scott and other Republicans, on the other hand, see the current climate as the perfect opportunity to seize a Republican majority in D.C.

In the following Fox Business Network clip, the senator explains why he believes the Biden administration is ushering in socialism.


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