Pelosi Tries To Very Quietly Admit Dem Narrative Is Fake News
Actions speak louder than words.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi supports the claim that Texas could turn blue however her actions show they are losing Democrat strongholds in south Texas.
Thanks to Joe Biden’s atrocious domestic policies the country is going downhill and inflation is crushing hispanic communities. Additionally, the violence at the border has communities in south Texas that are traditionally Democrats at a breaking point.
As a result, Nancy Pelosi’s super PAC is buying millions of dollars worth of TV commercials hoping to control the bleeding.
House Democrats’ main super PAC announced a second round of fall ad buys on Monday morning, bringing their total TV spending for the cycle to over $69 million.
The latest reservation by House Majority PAC, which is closely aligned with Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is worth $18 million of broadcast, cable and radio ads and is spread across 20 markets, with sizable buys in Los Angeles and New York. It will also provide cover to some of the party’s most vulnerable incumbents in Oklahoma, South Carolina, New Mexico and Utah who were left out of the group’s initial buy last month.
Pelosi is getting ready to spend over a half-million dollars in south Texas areas that are traditionally blue strongholds. Texas isn’t going blue it’s moving redder.
Another sign the Democrats are in trouble is that Pelosi is spending money in traditionally blue strongholds not toss-up elections in purple districts. Politico found that one of the largest buys of $3.1 million is in the New York City market to help Rep. Antonio Delgado and Max Rose. Another $3.2 million is not being dumped in purple Arizona but in Los Angeles to support left-wing congressmen.
Democrats know their goose is cooked and are trying to shore up areas they have traditionally won.
Pelosi can spend all the money she wants, if Biden removed Title 42 in May southern Texas is going to turn redder than the sun.
The top 10 areas in the spending breakdown by market are all traditional Democrat areas:
Los Angeles: $3.25 million
New York City: $3.1 million
Las Vegas: $1 million
Binghamton, N.Y: $930,000
Albuquerque, N.M.: $920,000
Salt Lake City: $900,000
Syracuse, N.Y: $730,000
Oklahoma City: $725,000
Fresno, Calif.: $675,000
Charleston, S.C.: $630,000
Champaign, Ill.: $510,000
Savannah, Ga.: $480,000
Bakersfield, Calif.: $410,000
El Paso, Texas: $350,000
Utica, N.Y.: $310,000
Odessa, Texas: $200,000
St. Louis: $165,000
La Crosse, Wis.: $120,000
Lansing, Mich.: $115,000
Portland, Maine: $70,000
Bangor, Maine: $50,000
Presque Isle, Maine: $17,000