Desperate people resort to desperate solutions. Democrats, even by the admission of many in their own party, have been in full-blown desperation mode leading up to tomorrow’s election. January 6, Roe v Wade hysteria, and the tried-and-true battle cry of racism all looked very promising at one time, but the Dems have managed to shoot themselves in the foot by once again overplaying their hand.
Even the Democrats’ useful idiots have tuned out their gaslighting. In today’s Internet world, as drug cartels and sex traffickers control the southern border, no one believes Alejandro Mayorkas’ declaration that the southern border is secure. Or congenital liar Jen Psaki’s cavalierly brushing aside inflation as “just a high-class problem.” Or Kathy Hochul’s attempt to convince voters that violent crime is nothing more than a figment of their imaginations. In addition, the Dems’ ace in the hole, virtue signaling, now falls on deaf ears.
But let’s give credit where credit is due and acknowledge that Democrats never give up. Thus, with the game clock winding down, they decided to try the ultimate Hail Mary: Wail like a pack of crazed hyenas with the hope of diverting voter attention from the disasters they have foisted on America. Specifically, shout to the world that Republicans are “a threat to democracy.” And if polls show that the tactic is backfiring, just suck it up and scream louder, longer, and evermore hysterically.
Is anyone actually stupid enough to ignore inflation, the border crisis, violent crime, drag-queen shows being crammed down the throats of our children, et al, when they go to the polls tomorrow? Unfortunately, yes. Leftwing perpetual haters can always be counted on to buy in to the next big Democrat gambit. This includes intellectuals who have never worked for a living, one of the best examples being historian Michael Beschloss who insanely warned that if GOP “election deniers” were successful in the midterms, “our children will be arrested and conceivably killed.”
Nevertheless, despite the wild claims of Democrats, it appears Republicans are poised to gain between 50 and 65 seats in the House and three to five seats in the Senate, provided Dem cheating can be held to a minimum. That, however, is a big proviso. Polls show that a majority of Republican voters believe Democrats will cheat tomorrow, and with good reason. Which begs the question, who are the one-third of Republican voters who don’t believe Democrats will cheat — and what planet have they been living on?
Keep in mind that Republicans need at least a 54-46 advantage to take control of the Senate. The constant drumbeat of TV pundits that Republicans need only 51 seats to gain control is a myth. Clearly, the ghost of John McCain still looms over the Senate, as Dem lovers like Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, and Lisa Murkowski have proven to be turncoats when Republicans are most in need of their votes.
If Republicans do manage to take control of both houses of Congress, two things are certain: (1) Democrat election deniers will scream to the rooftops that the midterms were rigged and (2) legalities be damned, they will resort to every dirty trick imaginable to destroy the Republican agenda. Anyone who believes Democrats will simply regroup and adopt a new strategy focused on finding out what voters actually want and coming up with an agenda to accommodate their wishes is living in La La Land.
To be sure, they will regroup, but it will be to prepare a new strategy for gaslighting voters and figuring out more and better ways to rig elections and silence dissent. Let’s stop the naiveté and face the reality that the Democrats’ ultimate goal is to bring about a totalitarian government that they control, and any Republican politician who doesn’t understand that is part of the problem.
Which means Republicans, if they are able to take control of the House and Senate, don’t have time to celebrate. They should take a cue from Democrats and start playing the long game, and the first step toward that end is to focus on ridding the party of Country Club Republicans who value their membership in the Uniparty above all else. The purge should start with the likes of Mitch McConnell, Kevin McCarthy, Mitt Romney, and, of course, Lisa Murkowski if Alaska’s ranked-choice voting system, which is designed to rig elections, hands her a victory.
Then, start positioning the up-and-coming conservative stars for future elections. In addition to Ron DeSantis, that would include prodigies like Stephen Miller, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Joe Pinion. Tucker Carlson, of course, would be the ultimate game-changer for America, but whether he would consider getting down in the mud with the political pigs is unknown at this time. Also, don’t discount Marjorie Taylor Greene and female whiz kids like Candace Owens and Kayleigh McEnany, any of whom could become the first woman president down the road.
The real threat to democracy comes not from Republicans, but from desperate Democrats who never tire of coming up with desperate solutions for retaining power. The time has come to disinfect the nation’s capital, hopefully starting tomorrow.