"The Nuclear Option: Socialists’ Blue Wave Wipeout
These damned meteorologists keep getting it wrong. Well, at least it is safe to come back out on the beach again.
Skateboarding socialist Robert Francis O’Rourke did not make history in Texas Tuesday night. Neither did Andrew Gillum in Florida . They were supposed to be the Second Coming of Barack Obama.
Despite the massive media hype, each will have to be content as asterisks sloshing around in a rolling blue puddle for now.
Taylor Swift, meanwhile, is packing up her country boots and band equipment and headed back to Hollywood. Her man in Tennessee lost by more than ten points.
If anything, these people made history by halting what should have been a lights-out devastating night for President Trump. It wasn’t.
A dead pimp running as a Trump Republican in Nevada won.
Mr. Trump’s Republicans lost control of the House, but that was to be expected in his first midterm face-off. And it was not the bloodbath former presidents Obama and Bill Clinton suffered in their first midterms.
Amazingly, the president’s party will actually expand their majority in the U.S. Senate.
In a direct proxy war over Trump and his agenda, Republican Ron DeSantis narrowly defeated Democrat Andrew Gillum for governor of Florida, the fiercest of battleground states.
It was a race decided by issues, Mr. Trump’s strong suit.
Robert Francis O’Rourke — “Beto” for political purposes — narrowly lost to Senate incumbent Ted Cruz in Texas, a state Mr. Cruz should have carried by double digits.
But races have a habit of narrowing when the national political media step in and dump millions and millions of dollars in free, glowing advertising for the socialist on a skateboard.
Now come the endless investigations, hearings and impeachment circus in the House under Speaker Nancy Pelosi. My question is this: If that strategy did not work very well in a midterm when the Democratic base was super energized, why would it work in two years?
Anyway, for nearly two decades, Republicans all across the country have been running campaigns against Nancy Pelosi and winning bigly. That strategy will certainly work again in 2020 after two years of Ms. Pelosi back with the gavel.
President Trump, meanwhile, can turn to the Senate, where Republicans expanded their majority, perhaps by as many as four seats.
As Mr. Trump has already demonstrated, nothing thrills conservative Republican voters more than putting highly qualified constitutionalists onto the federal courts. Tuesday’s election just made that a whole lot easier."
That’s all you got?
Two years of non-stop campaigning, denouncing and doxing — and all the Resistance has to show for it is a House majority smaller than the one Republicans currently have and a net loss of three Senate seats? (Thank you, Justice Brett Kavanaugh!)
Democratic leaders may try saying, “THIS IS JUST WHAT WE WANTED! We wanted to be down by three Senate seats.” But I think their voters are saying, We were hoping for more of a rebuke.
The media exhausted itself on this election! Can they go back to that level of hysteria today?
President Clinton lost 54 House seats and eight Senate seats in his first midterm, as voters responded to Hillary’s attempt to socialize health care. President Obama lost 63 House seats and six Senate seats in his first midterm, as voters responded to the Democrats’ successful party-line vote to socialize health care.
America’s response to Trump’s first two years? Republicans lost fewer than 40 House seats and gained Senate seats. (Again: Thank you, Justice Kavanaugh.)
And that was with more than 40 House Republicans being spooked into retiring rather than go down to certain defeat in what the media convinced them would be a big blue wave.
It’s always a bad idea to give Democrats control of any part of government. You don’t want those guys running a lemonade stand.
But — wow — are there silver linings!
First, all the worst Republican House members were defeated, such as cheap labor advocate Kevin Yoder of Kansas and Florida’s Rep. Carlos Curbelo, a second-generation immigrant who goes around calling his fellow Republicans white supremacists. (Alleged white supremacist Steve King won and Curbelo lost — hahahahaha!)
As the movie character Ninotchka said of Stalin’s reign of terror: “The last mass trials were a great success! There are going to be fewer but better Russians.”
Second, the main accomplishment of the Resistance in the first midterm was to help Trump win his re-election bid.
Even voters skeptical about Trump will embrace him after two minutes, let alone two years, of watching Speaker Nancy Pelosi run the House, Rep. Maxine Waters chair the House Financial Services Committee, Rep. Jerry Nadler head the Judiciary Committee — and Rep. Adam Schiff run around issuing subpoenas all over town.
How about Rep. Alcee Hastings, an impeached and convicted bribe-taker? His seniority surely requires giving him a committee chairmanship! Is Pelosi going to discriminate against Hastings just because he’s a proud black man? Right now, Pelosi is trying to determine which committee chairmanship requires no honesty whatsoever.
If you were hoping the Democrats would seize this opportunity to make utter fools of themselves — impeachment hearings, resurrecting the Kavanaugh gang rape claims, and Russia, Russia, Russia — I’ve got good news! That’s exactly what their base is demanding. I promise you, Maxine Waters is not going to say, “Don’t worry, guys. I’ll be keeping a very low profile.”
Voters will be pleading, Couldn’t we get an infrastructure bill? Will you please do something about all these criminal aliens in my sanctuary city? And the Democrats will be carrying on about Trump’s taxes.
The Senate math was on Republicans’ side, but countering that were several GOP retirements. Republicans not only held the Senate with a bigger margin … but now with no Jeff Flake, John McCain or Bob Corker!
The only GOP senator to lose his re-election was Dean Heller of Nevada. That makes him the fourth Republican who supported Marco Rubio’s 2013 amnesty bill to lose his seat. Inasmuch as about 85 percent of incumbent senators win re-election, at least for the past quarter-century, this is quite an accomplishment!
Mercifully, of the 14 GOP traitors who voted for Rubio’s amnesty, only six remain in office. Four were beaten, three retired one step ahead of the guillotine and one took the easy way out by dying.
Which raises the question: What exactly was Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plan for victory? Hope a Supreme Court justice retired and that the Democrats would make vicious and false claims against our nominee?
The Republicans’ stunning Senate victories resulted from nothing they did. These are the guys who ran like little girls from Trump’s campaign promises on immigration. Republicans didn’t even bother forcing Democrats to cast wildly unpopular votes on the wall, sanctuary cities or anchor babies. In fact, Republicans did very little of interest to any voters.
The one and only reason Republicans picked up Senate seats in a midterm election is the utter derangement of the Resistance, which — by complete happenstance — was recently put on display when Democrats got the bright idea to falsely accuse a sweet nerd like Brett Kavanaugh of gang rape.
As Trump is accused of the foulest treason over the next two years, he might want to remember Kavanaugh.
You think having MSNBC gloat over your tax returns and Robert Mueller accusing you of collusion with Russia is outrageous? I imagine it was also unpleasant to be accused from every media outlet of gang rape. But Justice Kavanaugh and his family soldiered on, winning the nomination — and winning three Senate seats for the GOP.
Just remember, Mr. President, every time Adam Schiff appears on TV, the RNC should be sending a receipt to the Democrats.
2) Winning The House is obviously big but I like the governor wins even more. This is going to eat into Republican gerrymandering across the country.
3) One of the biggest victories yesterday is the fact that Democrats will control the House Science Committee now. This means that people who believe in science will control the committee on science for the first time in 8 years!
4) Trump never has had to answer to anyone; his first two years in office were easy. Now, he has to deal with real oversight beginning in January. He is showing his disdain for the rules. He believes he is infallible. He is deranged.
Well then you must be really proud of the outcome of the CT election. 49th out of 50 states in fiscal stability, companies packing up and leaving as fast as they can and the idiots voted in more of the same...Outstanding!!!
House, with the thinnest of majorities...... will huff and puff and..... have an aneurysm. They can't do jack. If they try I don't think Trump will sign off on ANYTHING they do and they're not CLOSE to an override. They mess with him and he'll have a Veto stamp made that's rechargeable LI so as not to get carpel tunnel. And he'll do it mostly just to see you pull your skirt over your head and run around in circles crying.....
But if both the Senate and the POTUS don't agree, it's meaningless.
What does that tell you ass party????
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