Out Of The Gate Dems Stumble In Contested Senate Race (VIDEO)
The media doesn’t want to admit it but Republican primary winner JD Vance is the favorite in the Ohio Senate race this year. The establishment is pulling out all the stops to keep him from being elected but out of the gate they are already stumbling.
First up, the scandal-ridden Lincoln Project has decided to get involved to stop Vance from being elected and reports are that Democrat candidate Tim Ryan is not happy about it. The Lincoln Project has been crushed by scandals and their participation in the election in Virginia helped the state flip red in 2021.
When the Lincoln Project announced that they were going to get involved Tim Ryan’s communications director Izzi Levy wrote, “please no.”
pls no https://t.co/JNDqLzFOhH
— Izzi Levy (@chevytothe_levy) May 5, 2022
Tim Ryan’s campaign is endorsed by a scam pac who’s co-founder was using the organization to sexually harass, groom, and prey on young men including minors. https://t.co/gZiUldYsjY
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) May 5, 2022
Ryan also went on all of the news networks, including Fox News to virtue signal. In the video below three times, Ryan says there should be no limits on abortion.
Here’s Kamala Harris stooge Tim Ryan defending abortion through 40 weeks. This is a barbaric position anywhere in the world (even European nations typically don’t allow abortion after 12 weeks). But it’s an especially radical position in Ohio. https://t.co/ObtePxlUHH
— J.D. Vance (@JDVance1) May 5, 2022
This race hasn’t even gotten started yet and Tim Ryan is showing he is just as incompetent as Joe Biden.
Another big indicator that the Democrats are already in trouble is the turnout numbers. Republicans had a 68% turnout and only 32% of Democrats decided to cast a vote.
OHIO PRIMARIES TURNOUT
Republicans: 1,069,000 (68%)
Republicans turnout INCREASED by 13% since 2018 Midterms
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) May 4, 2022
NBC’s Steve Kornacki: In Ohio, Democrats saw “turnout DOWN 27% in their primary relative to 2018. On the Republican side, turnout UP 28%.” pic.twitter.com/wskbPeOxmd
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 4, 2022