It seems the time of the Democratic Party controlling the U.S. Congress might be up. Their radical member’s agenda has become increasingly out of touch with regards to the concerns of American voters, who will likely vote for Republicans instead. From a spending budget estimated at almost $5 trillion to an obsession with investigating the Jan. 6 riot, these issues indicate an extremist agenda that will soon get a huge rebuke.
COVID-19 is still a problem as well. President Joe Biden previously vowed that he would solve the pandemic. However, the country approaches two years of having politicized pandemic policies and it has become obvious tha Democrats have no plan on giving them up. Their relentless and baseless push for universal vaccination despite the risk or despite natural immunity has let to a still-unofficial vaccine “mandate” that might cause to put millions of Americans out of work.
Economic hardships are also evident today. Around 4.3 million Americans have quit their jobs in September. Add to this increasing inflation, disruptions in the supply chain, increasing gas prices that are all wreaking havoc. On the other hand, Democrats plan to release the IRS to monitor every American’s bank accounts with transactions above $600 a year in the guise of cracking down on billionaire tax evasion.
Amid all these, it has become obvious that the president and his administration are incapable of running the country. Apart from all the issues presented, the southern border issue still persists today, along with the chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal following 20 years of war. All of these will likely lead to a mid-term election debacle.
One of the signs that the Republican Party is poised for a “tea party”-like election wave can be seen in their fundraising. GOP candidates are breaking records as its 2022 election coffer grows.
According to the AP, the GOP’s fundraising committee said on Thursday that it raised more than $105 million this year until September. This record haul marks a 74% increase over the previous cycle’s caul in the same period. It also includes $25.8 million raised in the third quarter of 2021. The group then revealed that it now has $65 million cash on hand, which is three times what it had four years ago.
In a statement, National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Emmer said, “House Democrats are sprinting toward the exits because they know their days in the majority are numbered and we look forward to keeping up the pressure.”
The AP report also added that the NRCC managed to outraise the Democratic House committee $45.4 million to $36.5 million through the second quarter of the year, which ended on June 30.
Recently, a special election in the state of Iowa has signaled that the political retribution against Democrats has already started. A Republican managed to flip the seat that Democrats have held for almost 20 years.
— Melissa Tate (@TheRightMelissa) October 14, 2021
Following the 2020 election, which has brought about massive gains for Republicans in the House, the midterms seem to be shaping up as a massive repudiation of the radical agenda brought about by the Democratic Party.