Normally flipping a state Senate seat is not big news unless there are factors that make you stop and go Huh? What if that seat is flipped in Connecticut. What if the Republican is a pro-life conservative? What if Biden won that district by 25 points?
If this is a harbinger of what to expect in the 2022 midterms, it’s going to be a long night for Democrats all across the country.
It’s not just that Biden has been a disaster because Democrats have a long history of voting in disasters election after election. For example, Maxine Waters.
She has done absolutely nothing for the people in her district, but she gets reelected by large margins every election. But, if a Republican can win in a district this far left, what do you suppose could happen in swing districts across the country? This election won’t be a wave, it will be a tsunami.
Family Institute of Connecticut (FIC) is joining the celebration of the state’s Republicans for Ryan Fazio’s improbable victory as a pro-lifer in a deep deep blue district.
Not only does he oppose abortion, but he will also be a vote against assisted suicide. He is a pro-family Republican and of course, his vote won’t count for much in a state like Connecticut unless other districts follow the same course this one did.
FIC PAC stated:
Ryan Fazio’s victory may represent a turning point in more ways than one. Social conservatives have long criticized the CT GOP’s refusal to engage cultural issues. But recent events show the party may finally be changing for the better.
Fazio beat out Democrat and San Francisco transplant Alexis Gevanter who, as the Hartford Courant reported, accused Fazio of being “anti-science.”
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“Democrats say Fazio walks in lockstep with national GOP leaders who oppose abortion, pandemic-related public health and efforts to address the climate crisis,” the Courant observed.
Many Republicans in Connecticut are quick to dismiss any mention of issues such as abortion, but FIC’s political action arm declared in an email response to Fazio’s election that a “culturally conservative, traditionalist Republican” was victorious.
The pro-family organization observed Fazio’s column at the Federalist in December 2018, titled, “Now That the Supreme Court Isn’t Their Puppet, Liberals Want to Destroy It,” in which he wrote how progressive jurists’ reliance upon the concept of the “living Constitution” brought about decisions that, among other things, imposed both abortion and same-sex marriage on the nation.