Key Stat Shows Spells Doom For Biden, He’s Overplayed His Hand
Firm blue states might be getting bluer but a key statistic shows that the Democrats have overplayed their hand in most of the country. For the very first time in the lead up to 2022 Republicans now led on the generic ballot which is a huge metric leading up to the midterms.
NEW NRCC POLL: For the first time this cycle, Republicans now lead on the generic ballot.
Across the 85 battleground Congressional districts, Republicans lead on the generic ballot 43%-40%.
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— NRCC (@NRCC) October 26, 2021
Another bell weather is how tight the Virginia governors race is. The race between Republican Glenn Youngkin and Democrat Terry McAulliffe was never supposed to be close. The Democrat’s were supposed to crush their opposition however, woke school boards and mandates have tightened the race.
The allure of Biden is over, he didn’t maintain the status quo or return America to normal like the Democrats promised (shocker).
Another sign is the amount of Democrats in the House announcing they will be retiring in 2022.
As we previously reported:
A little over a month ago, Rep. Ron Kind (D-Wash) announced that he would be stepping down in 2022. President Trump won Kind’s district twice and he anticipated he would not be re-elected in 2022.
Rep. John Yarmuth (D-KY), chairman of the House Budget Committee announced he was going to retire. The announcement was significant because Democrats don’t have chairmen term limits like the Republicans do. Yarmuth could have served as chairman as long as he wanted but, instead he’s going to retire.
We didn’t even mention Biden’s absolutely terrible approval numbers or the fact that thanks to Joe Thanksgiving is going to cost more than ever.
Mika on MSNBC: Thanksgiving this year “is shaping up to be the most expensive meal in the history of the holiday.”
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 26, 2021
What will be interesting to see is what the Democrats do after the race in Virginia. If McAuliffe loses do they back off to avoid a bloodbath in 2022? Or, if McAuliffe squeaks out a win do they crack down like Stalin further alienating themselves going into 2022?