We don’t have to tell you that House Democrats are facing a bloodbath this November. Over thirty representatives have announced retirements. Pelosi is all but assured to lose her gavel, as voters get more and more frustrated with the left’s leadership. Meanwhile, the GOP is gearing up for a strong push to get new congressmen into office.
But that’s only a part of the story. For Republicans to properly check Biden’s failed presidency, they need to control the Senate as well. A GOP majority in both chambers would stall Biden’s agenda and force Democrats to cooperate (they probably won’t, but that’s on them). And now, it looks like Republicans are so confident in this year’s red wave, they are eyeing some unexpected Senate seats.
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From The Hill:
Republicans are eyeing Senate races in a handful of blue states they believe have the potential to come into play ahead of the 2022 midterm elections…
“I think we’re going to have some sleepers, where people are going to say, boy, we didn’t anticipate that one,” [Sen. Rick] Scott told The Hill…
Asked which states he believes could become competitive in the coming months, he pointed to Colorado, Washington and Vermont.
Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Rick Scott, believes Republicans will have a shot at “sleeper” seats in blue states. He mentioned that Republicans will make plays for seats that are considered safe for Democrats. Some of the states he included were Colorado, Washington, and Vermont.
While those names might sound like blue strongholds, they have strong conservative roots. And, outside the big cities, have plenty of folks ready to reject the Democrats. These states also have strained under particularly far-left policies in recent years. Colorado residents, for instance, have expressed discontent ever since the legalization of marijuana.
Washington, while home to far-left Seattle, is mostly made up of small towns with working-class Americans. And we’ve seen blue-collar voters break for Republicans again and again, as the liberal elite bow to China and other globalists. It’s not hard to imagine that the right GOP candidate can win over voters in these states.
As Democrats’ civil war between socialists and moderates gets worse, they will have a hard time fending off challenges from the GOP. Voters are getting increasingly tired of being lectured to by numbskulls like AOC. And they will find a sensible, American-First Republican a breath of fresh air.