The party that launched raids against journalists, the party that tried to cheat their way into a 2016 presidential win, the party of authoritarian socialism, is now claiming Republicans are “dangerous” and a “threat” to our system of government. Wow. That’s rich.
What brought this on? The Democrats are sinking fast in the polls and they can’t keep up with Republican fundraising. They are under water in next year’s midterms by the biggest polling margin in 40 years. And the poll that number was from was taken after the passage of the infrastructure bill. So here we go again. Democrats screeching their way into defeat.
if the midterms were today, 51% of reg voters say they’d support the GOP candidate in their district, 41% say the Democrat. That’s the biggest lead for Republicans in the 110 ABC/Post polls that have asked this question going back 40 years. https://t.co/5LBObq0f7W
— Rick Klein (@rickklein) November 14, 2021
FNC: “With one year left until the 2022 midterm elections, Democrats are warning voters that Republicans are ‘too dangerous’ to control Congress and are a ‘threat to the health of democracy.’
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) on Monday issued a memo that slammed House Republicans’ ‘reckless and dangerous vision for America,’ saying they demonstrate every single day how ‘unserious, cynical, and dangerous their return to power would be.’ ”
“The stakes are clear – House Republicans are too dangerous for American families,” the memo stated. “The moment Washington Republicans felt their grip on power loosen, they unleashed a full assault on American democracy, culminating in a murderous assault on the Capitol and the introduction of anti-voter legislation across the country.”
The memo also said Republicans are a “threat to public health” and “hellbent on making COVID-19 longer and more disastrous.” The DCCC insisted without proof that House Republicans “face an uphill battle convincing battleground voters to support them” in the midterms. Meanwhile, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) reported last month it raised $105 million from the start of the year through the end of September, “a massive 74% increase over the first nine months of 2019.”
Republicans justifiably scoffed at Democrat claims. “The DCCC releasing a one-year out memo a week late embodies their incompetence,” NRCC Spokesman Mike Berg told press in a statement Monday. “They have no coherent strategy or message, and their memo isn’t worth the paper it’s written on.” Berg is known to be a sharp player and his counsel is usually spot on.
Democrat hopes of keeping Congress has been made considerably darker by the aforementioned polling data. The walls are closing in on these Bolsheviks. An ABC survey taken after the infrastructure bill shows 51% of registered voters saying they’d support the Republican candidate in their congressional district and only 41% saying they’d support the Democrat. “That’s the biggest lead for Republicans in the 110 ABC/Post polls that have asked this question since November 1981,” ABC News reported Sunday. And ABC is no fan of Republicans. Expect Democrat hysteria to reach fever pitch soon and stay that way ad nauseum until, well, forever.