Alas, there is a light at the end of the Marxist tunnel. It may be small, but it’s growing, and that’s hope for the future of our great republic.
There are a number of reasons why we are seeing a wave of Democratic retirements in the House, just as Republicans are looking to take the majority back in 2022. In fact, I think if the Republicans do not take back the house in 2022 then the entire leadership needs to be thrown out.
Last month we reported that Florida and Texas are going to receive another congressional district and given that they are deep red states we can pretty much rely on the GOP in those states picking up those seats. The Republican majority legislatures in those two states will have the power to create the maps that will make already red districts even redder while driving two Democrats to fight it out for the same House seat. And the Democrats have no one but themselves to thank for all of this.
While this is going on the Democrats will have their chance to make their own blue districts bluer in the progressive states of California, Illinois, and New York, and any complaints they make about the GOP gains we can predict will be wrongly aimed at the South claiming they have voter suppression and white supremacy and systemic racism and all the other garbage they now say day in and day out.
The bottom line is unless the Democrats pass their amnesty program for up to 25 million illegal aliens prior to the 2022 midterm elections and the Biden administration intentionally sends them to red states so that the now “Unregistered Democrats” who are here illegally will show their loyalty by voting the big D, the Republicans are going to take back control of the House. At least that will stem the hemorrhaging of our society by the Marxist Democrat leadership until 2024.0
We will see a wave of retirements from Democrats in marginal districts who see that growing light at the end of the tunnel and they will scatter like rats looking for better opportunities, probably in the private sector, probably filling jobs at CNN and MSNBC. This means there will be many open seats to vie for and if the Biden administration and Congressional Democrats continue to hack away at our freedoms, the GOP stands to not only take back the House but to make solid gains in a majority.
The Republicans know this.
“House Democrats are sprinting to the exits because they know their chances of retaining the majority grow dimmer by the day,” Tom Emmer, Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, said.
Even the Amazon Paper can read the tea leaves. The Washington Post recently said, “Other Democrats — including breakout stars of recent election cycles — are eyeing opportunities to move up. Among them: Rep. Conor Lamb (Penn.), who is seriously considering making a bid for Pennsylvania’s open Senate seat, and Rep. Cindy Axne (Iowa), who is weighing whether to run for governor or Senate.
“The same is true for Florida Rep. Val Demings, who was on President Biden’s shortlist for vice president last year; at a February appearance on Washington Post Live, Demings said she is ‘keeping the door open’ to running for either governor or the Senate. Rep. Charlie Crist (D-Fla.) announced Tuesday that he is running for governor — a post he held from 2007 to 2011 as a Republican.”
“The cycle was tough enough anyway. It’s getting tougher,” says Matt Bennett of the Democratic organization Third Way. “These retirements are the added kick, and it’s scary.” Tyrants usually get scared when they’re about to lose their lordship over the suckers who elected them.
Unicorns, otherwise known as Democratic moderates, are already feeling much pressure from the crazy progressives in their party who are threatening them with primary challenges. They already have the problem of being in districts that Trump either won or lost by less than ten points. Bless their darkened hearts, I see them jumping ship rather than completely killing off their careers by joining forces with the likes of progressive – read Marxist – nut jobs like AOC (D-NY), Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), and Jerry Nadler (D-NY).
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The beauty of it is the Democratic Party’s leadership, which has lost all touch with the American people, will fight to replace the unicorns with like-minded radical progressive lunatics, and that will turn off middle America’s voters who have nothing in common with the message they give.
Rich is syndicated opinion columnist for David Harris Jr. and owner of Maga-Chat.com. He writes about politics, culture, liberty and faith.
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