There is a very important thing happening in this country that is being covered up and hidden by acts of violence by Antifa. The left-wing terror group doesn’t want us to see the facts about the democratic party and how badly they are failing in approval ratings across the country. Their hopes of making the right look horrible is failing especially in the polls. The future looks bleak for democratic seats coming up for re-election soon.
If Antifa can start a war before then they will have a fighting chance, BUT if we worry more about what is happening in political arenas and less about idiotic children trying to distract us then maybe, just maybe, we can spin this around. The race war and attack on history is literally a distraction to force conservatives AWAY from the polls.
According to The Federalist Papers :
Seth Connell reports the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia sent shockwaves throughout the country, as debates over Confederate statues and racism are once again at the forefront of many Americans’ minds. Events such as this are bound to affect political races in the near future, but that effect may not be what the Democrats are hoping to experience.
In 2018, there will be five U.S. Senate races. They will take place in Nevada, North Dakota, Missouri, Indiana, and West Virginia; these are all states that President Trump won in the 2016 election, and the Democratic incumbents in these states are fearing for their positions.
Joe Manchin of West Virginia in particular is on the defense in his home state, which in the past several election cycles has decidedly swung from Democrat-leaning to Republican-leaning. The Governor is the most recent elected official to change from Democrat to Republican party affiliation.
Though Manchin has maintained a fairly moderate voting record, and seems to avoid much of the radical left-wing rhetoric and views of the Democratic Party, even his affiliation with the party may be problematic this cycle.
In Missouri, Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill has a rather low approval rating, and has only been elected due to the blundering of her opponents. Odds are they won’t make the same mistake again.
Each of these states will prove to be a tough battleground for the Democrats. However, things just took another bad turn for them, according to a prominent election prediction report.
The Cook Political Report, a left-leaning election analysis site, recently released a new assessment of the 2018 races for U.S. Senate.
And what are they predicting? A shift in favor of the Republican candidates in 4 of the 5 races.
Only one of the five races has gone in favor of the Democrats, and that is the race for Senator Dean Heller’s seat in Nevada. Each of the others has been reclassified from a Lean-D to Toss Up, or from Likely-D to Lean-D.
Indiana: …Republicans will host a competitive primary between U.S. Reps. Luke Messer and Todd Rokita, state Rep. Mike Braun, attorney and staffer to former U.S. Sen. Dan Coats Mark Hurt, and Purdue Polytech director Andrew Takami. Businessman Terry Henderson and state Attorney General Curtis Hill are also considering bids. Democrats hope to benefit from a crowded and potentially ugly primary. It is worth remembering that Republicans held a competitive race in 2016, but it had no impact on the general election. It is very hard to see how Donnelly does not get very competitive race this cycle. The contest is in the Toss Up column.
Missouri: …It is not certain that Republicans can avoid a primary, but they aren’t likely to let McCaskill and Democrats dictate the terms. And while the Democratic incumbent understands what a fine line she walks in a Republican-leaning state, the electorate has become even more conservative since 2012…The most interesting and surprising development in this race so far has been U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner’s decision not to run. Her announcement left Republicans working to entice state Attorney General Josh Hawley into the race; he has formed an exploratory committee and is widely expected to run. Libertarian activist Austin Petersen has announced his candidacy and state Rep. Paul Curtman has formed an exploratory committee. The 37-year old Hawley is likely to unite the party and will give McCaskill a very tough race. The race is in the Toss Up.
North Dakota: U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp is in an unenviable position; she is a Democrat sitting in a state that President Donald Trump carried by 36 points and is a member of a Senate minority doing everything in its power to oppose Trump and Senate Republicans. That’s the bad news. The good news is that she is well known statewide and votes her state’s priorities as much as she can…Republicans would like to see At-Large U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer run. Cramer succeeded Berg, winning a third term in 2016 with 69 percent, and would give Heitkamp a very competitive contest. Cramer has been slow to make a decision, allowing state Sen. Tom Campbell to jump in the race ahead of him. While Campbell isn’t as well known as Cramer, his profile as a successful businessman has some appeal to voters. Now that Heitkamp has a credible opponent, the contest is in the Lean Democrat column, at least until Cramer announces whether he will run.
West Virginia: On the one hand, U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin should be the most vulnerable incumbent up this cycle given that he is a Democrat representing a state that President Donald Trump carried by 42 points. On the other, Manchin has accumulated a very moderate voting record and seems in sync with voters, and thus has solid job approval and favorable ratings…[Republicans] have two first-tier candidates seeking the GOP nomination: U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins and Attorney General Patrick Morrisey. Former coal industry worker Bo Copley is also running. Either Morrisey or Jenkins will give Manchin a competitive general election, but the early weeks of the campaign suggest that it will be a very contentious primary. The contest is in the Toss Up column.
The races in these states will still be tough battles, and there are primaries yet to be held. One thing is for sure, though: if this trend keeps up, and if it continues until next November, the Democrats are going to have a very difficult time once again.
Another case of electile dysfunction?
Let the distractons go, and focus on the truth of what is happening to the democratic party. The left is imploding and eroding, and we can make them a thing of the past. Maybe we will even let them erect some statues to honor their mentors when it is all said and done.
H/T [ The Federalist Papers ]