Democrats Are Really Going to Have to Cheat Hard This Next Election
I’ve been saying for some time now that there is a massive red tide, nay, a red tsunami that is on the way come this next election cycle. I’ve said this for a number of reasons, but now we have one more reason that just provides a massive amount of proof of what’s to come.
People are still registering to vote as we all prepare for the elections in November in which the House and Senate will be decided. As I’ve said a number of times since the 2020 election, if the Democrats don’t cheat well enough this next go around, they’ll be blown out of the water.
People are sick and tired of this radical leftist propaganda from the Democrats. Even if they’re not Republicans, they know that they need to get rid of Joe Biden. So as long as they have a candidate that’s not President Trump, or maybe even if it is President Trump, they’ll vote for them.
So, what is this evidence that I’m talking about? Well, looking at the numbers of the new registrations, several states are seeing a massive surplus in Republican voter registrations.
Florida has seen a net difference of nearly 250,000 Republican voters. Pennsylvania has a net of 120,000. North Carolina has a net of 92,000, and still there are several other states like Iowa, Oklahoma, and Nevada that also have net gains for the GOP.
Voter Registration Net Difference since 2020 Election (Apr 2022)
✅ FLORIDA: GOP +245,777
✅ PENNSYLVANIA: GOP +120,548
✅ NORTH CAROLINA: GOP +92,656
✅ IOWA: GOP +49,633
✅ OKLAHOMA: GOP +56,500
✅ NEVADA: GOP +24,336
✅ COLORADO: DEM +12,786
✅ CALIFORNIA: DEM +193,256
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) April 17, 2022
According to Rasmussen,
The 2020 midterm elections are now 207 days away, and Republicans have an 8-point lead in their bid to recapture control of Congress.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that, if the elections for Congress were held today, 47% of Likely U.S. Voters would vote for the Republican candidate, while 39% would vote for the Democrat. Just five percent (5%) would vote for some other candidate, but another nine percent (9%) are not sure.
I honestly hope that this is what happens, but I have my doubts still given certain precedent. But an 8-point lead is good. Let’s keep it at least at that level and take back Congress to reign in Biden’s power.