Debbie Wasserman Schultz introduces Biden in Florida:— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) November 1, 2022
“C’mon people, let’s wake up! We got the President of the United States in the house! C’mon now! […] Just wanted to make sure you’re still here.”
BIDEN: “Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in March sent gas prices soaring, literally, around the world. Not just here, but around the world. Because of the action we’ve taken since then, gas prices have actually come down.”— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) November 1, 2022
NEW – Biden: “Inflation is a worldwide problem right now because of a war in Iraq… excuse me, the war in Ukraine. I’m thinking about Iraq because that’s where my son died.” pic.twitter.com/G2QeYUqdHN— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 1, 2022
? NEW HAMPSHIRE SENATE POLING TRENDS By @SaintAnselmPoll— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) November 1, 2022
Maggie Hassan (D-inc): 49% (+6)
Don Bolduc (R): 43%
Don Bolduc (R): 48% (+1)
Maggie Hassan (D-inc): 47%
? That’s a ?-????? towards Bolduc https://t.co/cobdBRcGIo pic.twitter.com/0LThDXHEJB
NBC NEWS: “Republicans hold MASSIVE advantage on 3 of 5 most Important issues according to New Gallup poll”— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) November 1, 2022
Which party do you trust to handle:
? Immigration: GOP +33
? The Economy: GOP +31
? Crime: GOP +28
? Gun policy: GOP +5
? Abortion: Dem +14pic.twitter.com/5qx5Wq7MSS
NEW: For the first time in Morning Consult tracking among likely voters, Democrats do not lead Republicans on the generic ballot— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) November 1, 2022
Democrats 49% (D+5)
Republicans 46% (=)
Democrats 46%https://t.co/yK3xtyw6On pic.twitter.com/3y4i5SO4Qs
New @trafalgar_group #NYGov #Poll (10/27-10/31) is turning out to be one to watch with #Zeldin holding a razor thin lead in a statistical tie. #nypol— Robert C. Cahaly (@RobertCahaly) November 1, 2022
See Report: https://t.co/sh7bW4h83Z pic.twitter.com/1qNbtvuqNd
Arizona Governor:— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) November 1, 2022
Kari Lake (R) 53% (+11)
Katie Hobbs (D) 42%
Mark Kelly (D-inc) 47%
Blake Masters (R) 47%
Phillips Academy @andoverpoll, 10/29-30
WSJ: Generic Congressional Ballot among Latino voters and white suburban women: GOP +15— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) November 1, 2022
That group, which the pollsters said makes up 20% of the electorate, ??????? ?? ?????? ??????? ??? ??? ???? ??????https://t.co/GP8l5maNOE pic.twitter.com/bNoOWAE6th
? Cook Political House rating changes— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) November 1, 2022
? 10 blue state districts move in Republicans’ direction pic.twitter.com/YOLedL3AiE
2022 Generic Congressional Ballot Polling Changes— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) November 1, 2022
? Cygnal: Tie —> GOP +3
? WSJ: Dem +3 —> GOP +2
? Emerson: Tie —> GOP +5
? NYT: Dem +2 —> GOP +4
? Monmouth: GOP +2 —> GOP +6
? DFP (D): GOP +3 —> GOP +4
? Suffolk: Dem +4 —> GOP +4 pic.twitter.com/QHx6CmjR1z
Joe Rogan: “The Red Wave that’s coming is going to be like the elevator doors opening up in ‘The Shining’”— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 31, 2022
If you knew nothing else except the fact that inflation is at a 40 year high and gas prices have shattered records under Joe Biden, you could have predicted how the midterms were going to go. There are dozens of issues swirling together though which are going to shape the outcome.
“Top Democratic officials, lawmakers and strategists are openly second-guessing their party’s campaign pitch and tactics, reflecting a growing sense that Democrats have failed to coalesce around one effective message with enough time to stave off major losses in the House and possibly decisive defeats in the tightly contested Senate.
The criticisms by Democrats in the final days of the midterm elections signal mounting anxiety as Republicans hammer away with attacks over the economy and public safety. For weeks, Democrats have offered a scattershot case of their own, accusing their opponents of wanting to gut abortion rights, shred the social safety net and shake the foundations of American democracy.
Yet as the country struggles with high gas prices, record inflation and economic uncertainty, some Democrats now acknowledge that their kitchen-sink approach may be lacking. …”
Gas prices … breaking records.
Inflation … 40 year high.
Police state … out of control.
Civil liberties … abused.
Violent crime … out of control in cities like Portland and Seattle
Homelessness … absolutely out of control.
Censorship … out of control.
Abortion … biggest culture war victory for the Right in 50 years.
Affirmative action … on the verge of death.
Gun rights … under siege.
Historic monuments … toppled.
Voting rights … Voting Rights Act likely to go down at the Supreme Court.
“Trans” … surpassing Weimar Republic levels of cultural degeneracy.
Stock market … way down.
Wokeism … major backlash incoming.
Immigration … shattering all records as millions of illegal aliens have crossed the border.
COVID craziness … hasn’t been forgotten.
War in Ukraine … literally at war with Russia and have spent $80 billion on it
The midterms always go against the president’s party and each of these issues are bad enough alone, but this time all of these issues are on the table.