I think that if everything goes as expected in this upcoming election, there is going to be a massive change in the tide.
I think that people have grown so sick of Democrat policies and the way that they’ve become so extreme that they don’t even want to be affiliate with the party any longer.
People keep talking about a coming red wave and I think that it is entirely possible as long as no funny business happens at the polls like it did in 2020.
Republicans stand to not only win back both the House and the Senate, but to do so massively. This could literally be a once-in-a-lifetime win for Republicans.
We may be able to get rid of the extremists as well and put plenty of Republicans in seats that are normally filled by Democrats.
And if the rumors are true that Nancy Pelosi will be leaving Congress this go around, that would be even better.
The thing that I think which could top it all is if President Trump runs for Congress and wins and then becomes the Speaker of the House. This would be of great help to disable the Democrats and their insane legislative endeavors that they keep pushing for.
According to CBS Poll, Democrats report that they are frustrated, embarrassed, and disappointed. So with Biden not pleasing anyone at this point, looking like he has no strong support anywhere- we can expect the exodus from the Democrat Party to continue.
And with the rising success the Precinct Strategy, with people like Dan Schultz on the popular War Room podcast with Steve Bannon- driving people into the Republican Party to replace RINOS- it appears that DC may be in for a perfect – once in a center storm.
Gallup reported on an early indicator of future Republican happiness:
On average, Americans’ political party preferences in 2021 looked similar to prior years, with slightly more U.S. adults identifying as Democrats or leaning Democratic (46%) than identified as Republicans or leaned Republican (43%).
However, the general stability for the full-year average obscures a dramatic shift over the course of 2021, from a nine-percentage-point Democratic advantage in the first quarter to a rare five-point Republican edge in the fourth quarter.
I’d love to see this number continue to grow. Then we may actually be able to get something done in Washington if we can put our priorities where they should be. We had the majority control of both the House and Senate during the first half of President Trump’s term, but I feel like be blew it entirely.
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