Disregard the 24/7 avalanche of anti-Trump hysteria that will be on all the major news media outlets. They are working hard to depress the pro-Trump vote.
The battle for Congress is much closer than they would have you believe. (Remember all the pro-Hillary polling data in 2016 that was proven wrong?)
Historically, the party that doesn’t hold the White House receives a thumping during the Midterms. In 2018 THAT ISN’T HAPPENING.
It is also true that historically the Democrats usually have a +5 or better advantage in the Generic Ballot. Once again, THAT ISN’T HAPPENING.
The Democrat Party has devolved into a screaming mess of anti-Americanism. Should they win Congress they have promised to push the country into war with itself via the attempted impeachment of President Trump, a push for open borders, higher taxes, and even more power to the government.
Your vote gives you the power to help stop that from happening.
Make that vote count.
Help to save the American Dream from turning into the Democrat Nightmare.
Six weeks ago Austin, Texas was abuzz with thoughts of seeing a Democrat defeat Senator Ted Cruz. Austin is an anomaly in the Lone Star state, a place dominated by left-leaning state government workers and anti-American propaganda. With nearly a million residents, it can exert considerable influence upon the rest of the state but normally not nearly enough to sway statewide elections. Still, the Beto O’Rourke campaign, which lives and dies primarily on Austin-centered support, thought that maybe, just maybe, this time would be different.
It won’t. Texas voters are now preparing to hand Mr. O’Rourke an old-school Texas ass whooping in November.
O’Rourke, a native of El Paso which sits nearly on top of the U.S. Mexico border, is a product of open-borders ideology. He became close to the state government power brokers in Austin following his becoming a member of the El Paso city council. O’Rourke’s primary political platform at that time was open borders and an end to the War on Drugs, positions which won him considerable support among the large Latino El Paso population and the wealthy white liberals who dominate Austin.
In 2012 O’Rourke ran for and won a seat in the U.S. Congress. He won re-election in 2014. In 2016 he endorsed Hillary Clinton for president and was made a super-delegate, a position which made him among those who many feel ultimately stole the nomination from Bernie Sanders. It wasn’t long before the Clinton Machine was urging Mr. O’Rourke to take on Ted Cruz and deliver Democrats a stunning anti-Trump victory in Texas.
That victory does not appear to be forthcoming. As of this writing, Senator Cruz enjoys near double-digit leads in multiple pre-election polls with the winds of momentum clearly at his back. And while some of this success is due to Mr. Cruz’s strong debate performances against the visibly ill-informed and too often awkward O’Rourke the more likely reason for O’Rourke’s falling poll numbers is the full-throated endorsement of Cruz by President Donald Trump which in turn has mobilized the 4.7 million Trump supporters in Texas to push Mr. Cruz across the finish line first.
If current trends hold, and there appears to be no reason why they wouldn’t, Ted Cruz is likely to defeat O’Rourke by as much as a million votes even after tens of millions of out-of-state dollars have poured into the O’Rourke campaign in recent weeks.
Democrats continue to dream of ‘turning Texas blue.’ That is nowhere close to happening in 2018 thanks in great part to the continued loyalty Texas voters have for Donald Trump.
Show anyone who says Facebook was not working hand-in-hand with the Obama campaigns in 2008 and 2012 (and the Clinton campaign in 2016) this video.
This week’s Senate and House hearings on Facebook are a hoax meant not to restrict Facebook, but rather to restrict free speech. The Deep State wants more control over all social media platforms – not less. Watch for even more crackdowns against non-Establishment media sources to follow.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Part II? As outlandish as that might have seemed just a year ago there are growing whispers throughout D.C. that such a scenario is far more likely now as the 2018 Midterm Election cycle looms. Chief among those who are working to make that happen is billionaire financier and political buyer of all things globalist, George Soros.
The money-game is a two-edged sword for the GOP Establishment who is now starting to complain about fundraising woes. Soros and his deep-pocket globalist cohorts are set to push hundreds of millions of dollars into the 2018 Midterms while millions of Trump supporters have grown disenchanted with a Republican-controlled Congress that has repeatedly blocked the Trump agenda. It is a condition that has led to the rise of the term “Trumplicans” – voters who remain firmly on the side of the President while casting an increasingly wary eye toward both political parties.
Here are two headlines that further highlight this ongoing political development:
House GOP Fears Wave in 2018 as Money Woes Grow
George Soros transfers $18 billion to his liberal philanthropic foundation
The Soros story is particularly telling. $18 billion is a LOT of payola. Rumors are rampant the 87-year-old Mr. Soros is eyeing 2018 as possibly his final big push to personally help to shift the world’s international leanings to the far left. The 2018 Midterms would here in America are now target #1 to make that happen.
With disenchanted Trump supporters unwilling to continue supporting the GOP Establishment and a Democrat Machine more motivated than ever to take back Congress Speaker Pelosi Version II just might happen…