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Popular Vote BLOWOUT: Republicans Cast 6 Million More Ballots Than Democrats


What would you say if I told you that, YES, there was a red wave?

You see, the establishment is pushing the narrative that President Trump cost Republicans the election.

But there indeed was a red wave — and no one is taking about it.

Republicans won the popular vote in a LANDSLIDE.

It wasn’t even close.

Once all the ballots are counted, we are on track to win the popular vote by 6 million votes!

This is HUGE.

When was the last time Republicans won the popular vote nationwide?

You’d have to go back to 2004 when George W. Bush beat John Kerry.

And before that, you’d have to go back to the early 80s and late 70s.

This is a big deal.

This is proof that America First principles work.

Look, there is no denying that we didn’t get the votes in the places we needed to gain House and Senate seats.

But who’s fault is that?

Is it on President Trump, who turned Ohio and Florida into red states and turned Pennsylvania and Michigan into swing states?

Or is it on Mitch McConnell and the Establishment GOP, who WITHDREW crucial campaign funds from key races such as Arizona just months before election day?

To me, the issue couldn’t be clearer: The Establishment stabbed President Trump in the back.

They withdrew their support from his candidates for revenge.

And it cost us the election.

So who is really to blame?

YouTuber State of Daniel provides a detailed analysis:

More details below:

Here’s where things get interesting:

No one in the media isn’t talking about the popular vote.

Not even Fox News.


Because they have their narratives to push.

The Establishment GOP is trying to “dump Trump,” so they are hijacking the narrative.

But check out the Cook Political Report for the raw data.

Cook Political Report

The only media outlet that has come remotely close to covering the popular vote is Five Thirty Eight:

Here’s where it gets more complicated. Our model also makes a forecast of the House popular vote. The estimate is determined by literally forecasting the popular vote in each district one race at a time. It is not just based on the generic ballot: it also accounts for factors such as district-by-district polling and incumbency. We also forecast how many people will vote in each district, accounting for past turnout and even factors such as population growth. Currently, this forecast has Republicans winning the House popular vote by 4.0 percentage points.

When all is said and done, we will outperform their prediction!

They predicted we would win the popular vote by 6%, not 4%.

That sounds like a red wave to me!

Unfortunately, the establishment is to blame for losing very winnable swing states.

You see, as head of the Republicans in the Senate, McConnell controls the campaign finances.

He is one of the most powerful people in Republican politics today.

And instead of helping Republicans, he withheld support and campaign funds from anyone aligned with Trump.

According to Politico:

Senate Republicans’ primary super PAC is canceling nearly $10 million in Arizona and Alaska ad reservations, raising questions about the party’s commitment to Blake Masters, its Senate nominee in the Copper State.

The Senate Leadership Fund, which is aligned with Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, is scrapping roughly $8 million in ads — about half of its initial Arizona reservation — that were supposed to start in the early fall. The group’s ads are now set to begin in early October.

In November Masters will face Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.), who already enjoys a heavy financial advantage down the stretch. The super PAC’s move will exacerbate that Kelly edge as Republicans seek to net the one seat needed to take back Senate control. Republicans currently see Georgia and Nevada as potentially more fertile territory to flip than Arizona, and they also have to protect seats in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio and beyond.

The McConnell-backed super PAC’s strategic change is in part a reaction to its massive $28 million commitment in Ohio, where GOP nominee J.D. Vance is facing a strong challenge from Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio). The organization said it will reallocate the money elsewhere and is not planning to totally pull of out Arizona at the moment, as Kelly leads Masters in essentially every recent public poll.

“We’re leaving the door wide open in Arizona, but we want to move additional resources to other offensive opportunities that have become increasingly competitive, as well as an unexpected expense in Ohio,” said Senate Leadership Fund President Steven Law. “We think the fundamentals of this election strongly favor Republicans, we see multiple paths to winning the majority, and we are going to invest heavily and strategically to achieve that goal.”

So what do you think?

Have you heard about this before?

The Republican media isn’t even talking about it!

This is HUGE!

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