If you were to believe the MSM, Republicans are fading from the national conservation. They need to start paying attention!
Republicans made major gains in 2020. And many predict they will sweep the midterms next year.
But we don’t have to wait to see a red wave forming, even in the most unlikely of places.
There was a special election in Alabama you probably didn’t hear about. That’s because not only did a Republican win, but he made history.
History was made Tuesday night in the Alabama legislature as Republican Kenneth Paschal won the special general election for House District 73.
By filling the seat vacated by former representative Matt Fridy, Paschal became the first Black Republican to be elected to the state legislature since the Reconstruction period, which was about 145 years ago. He defeated Democrat Sheridan Black.
Well, what do you know! Not only did a Republican secure an additional seat in the Alabama state legislature, but it was a black man named Kenneth Paschal.
He is the first black Republican elected to the state legislatures since the Reconstruction period, over 145 years ago.
Democrats should be sweating in their boots, right about now.
According to reports, Paschal is a retired soldier who served in the Army for 21 years. It’s not a big surprise patriotic voters elected him.
What should be worrying liberals is who Republicans continue to make gains among black Americans.
A record number of black Americans are defecting to the Republican Party. What started with the Trump campaign is continuing throughout the GOP.
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And it’s not just black Republicans winning big. In order for that to happen, you need more and more black citizens joining the party.
This, of course, shatters the tired MSM narrative that Republicans are old white men who hate non-whites.