If social media posts are any measure of how furious people are they will be out in force to vote this November.
In 2016 remember how Hillary was winning in every state until Republicans got off work and voted? We need to all get out and vote like it’s November 8th, 2016 and pound the Democrats and their Leftist agenda into the sand one more time.
Their desperation will turn into our red wave. I’m not tired of winning and I want to see more MSM personalities and liberals weeping like little kids on the election night November 6th.
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) October 4, 2018
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The historic partisan rancor surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could wind up helping Republicans keep control of the Senate in November, new polls and on-the-ground data suggest, as the controversy appears to galvanize conservative voters.
Political headwinds normally work against the party of incumbent presidents in their first midterm elections. According to an analysis by former George W. Bush administration official Bruce Mehlman, in the past 11 such midterm seasons, new presidents saw their party make net gains only once in the House, four times in the Senate and zero times in state gubernatorial contests.
But a new round of Fox News battleground polls, released Wednesday, suggests the 2018 midterms might buck that trend — at least in the Senate, where the 35 seats up for election largely are in GOP-leaning states.
The surveys show a noticable uptick in Republican enthusiasm across the board in the past several weeks, concurrent with the increasingly heated confrontation between both parties over Kavanaugh’s confirmation and the sexual misconduct allegations leveled against him. The Senate is viewing the supplemental background investigation on those claims Thursday. While Democrats have complained about that process, sources say the review did not corroborate the allegations; a confirmation vote is expected as early as this weekend.
Amid that showdown, President Trump has drawn attention to polls suggesting the GOP base is fired up.
“The harsh and unfair treatment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is having an incredible upward impact on voters,” he tweeted Thursday.
On the heels of the Fox News polls, he also tweeted: “Wow, such enthusiasm and energy for Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Look at the Energy, look at the Polls. Something very big is happening.” More
The Democrats are the masters of sleazy politics and it works for them all too often. I think this time that once they got a good look at what they were shooting it turns out to be their own foot. Dems have turned the red wave into a tsunami!
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