Democrats Caught Lying About Their Chances in 2018
The Democrats have been touting their chances in the 2018 election. They claim a “blue wave” that will sweep the nation with new Democratic leadership.
The Democratic turnout in the Texas primary Tuesday night was to be the test of their claims.
Did any evidence of an impending Democratic wave materialize? It depends how you want to interpret Tuesday’s primary, the first of the 2018 congressional midterm elections.
One interpretation is that Democrats are putting themselves in place to unseat Republicans in one or two Texas congressional districts for the first time in several election cycles. Turnout in the Democratic primaries was nearly double that of the 2014 midterms.
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While Ted Cruz won the Texas primary on Tuesday night he issued a warning to conservatives about the higher turn out of Democrats than usual in Texas:
“We could end up with a Speaker [Nancy] Pelosi [D-Calif.] and a [Senate] Majority Leader Chuck Schumer [D-N.Y.]. In Texas, if conservatives stay home, if we rest on our laurels, we could see Texas turn blue,” the senator said.
Good advice. But Cruz knows that Conservatives are not staying home. In fact, the “blue wave” was engulfed by the “red wave”, as more record numbers of Republicans voted in the primaries.
I’d like to offer a few indicators as to why the “blue wave” surge is a complete bust. Perhaps the best place to start is during the 2016 presidential campaign trail.
Obama campaigned hard for Hillary Clinton he told Americans that if they didn’t vote for her they’d be rejecting his legacy.
“My name may not be on the ballot, but our progress is on the ballot,” President Obama said Saturday night. “And there is one candidate who will advance those things. And there is another candidate who’s defining principal, the central theme of his candidacy is opposition to all that we have done.”
“There’s no such thing as a vote that doesn’t matter,” Obama said. “It all matters. And after we have achieved historic turnout in 2008 and 2012, especially in the African-American community, I will consider it a personal insult, an insult to my legacy, if this community lets down it’s guard and fails to activate itself in this election. You want to give me a good send off? Go vote!”
Yet the Democrats couldn’t motivate the average American to go out and vote for Obama’s legacy, let alone motivate the black community. So, America quickly jumped at the opportunity to get rid of the incompetent-in-chief Obama and voted for Trump.
And with Obama now gone and his legacy slowly crumbling in front of our very eyes the left continues to create the illusion Trump falsely won the presidency. But the truth is Hillary was a horrible candidate and her relevancy was falsely portrayed throughout the media. We documented Clinton’s popularity during the campaign, but the Left ignored us.
Hillary Clinton is not popular. Look at this graphic and you can see how Hillary’s hype is manipulated by the media.
Remember when she began her “listening tour,” and stopped at a restaurant. Nobody knew her or cared. I quipped at the time that Kim Kardashian could beat Hillary Clinton, if Kardashian ran.
The only hype over Hillary Clinton is with politicos, and they just fear for their lives, as nobody crosses the Clintons politically and lives to tell about it.
The Left know they must fabricate a Hillary Clinton narrative, and the ONLY way Hillary Clinton can win an election is to cheat, pure and simple.
Shortly after her “listening tour,” Clinton relaunched her campaign, and they have the overflow area for her announcement. The site was empty, and so was much of the “flow” area.
Given all that Obama did to stack the deck against Trump yet Hillary Clinton still lost, I’d say Obama’s legacy was soundly rejected.
And if that’s not enough proof consider Clintons shopping spree in New York after the election.
Hillary Clinton strolls through New York City — and no one notices her. pic.twitter.com/epjeizk9p3
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) August 9, 2017
No one notices or cares. A senator from New York doesn’t even get a glance. A former presidential candidate doesn’t even get a glance. In fact, most Democrats wish that Hillary Clinton would just go away.
Another sign the blue wave isn’t as prominent as the left claims is the downfall of Hollywood.
Traditionally in the past, Hollyweird would sometimes be able to dictate policy and public opinion. If the wildly successful celebrities had a strong opinion about something it must be must be correct, right? After all they tried to lead us to believe their fame and fortune meant they knew what’s best for the country.
But that failed miserably as they too rallied hard for Clinton yet their influence didn’t seem to matter one bit. Americans have caught on to the fact that these people, although they deserve to have an opinion, do not live the average lives of everyday Americans. Why should we listen to what they have to say about OUR lives when they live in their bubbles sheltered from reality?
Look at the most recent Oscar’s ratings.
The once most anticipated award show only brought in 26.5 million television viewers, a decline of 20% over last year’s show and the ceremony’s worst viewership ever.
And who was the host of the ill-fated Oscars? None other than anti-Trump comedic hack Jimmy Kimmel. Our team predicts that Kimmel won’t last another two years on late-night.
Meanwhile the ratings for president Trump and the GOP is growing in optimism. As Breitbart reported:
The Real Clear Politics Average of Polls, for instance, currently shows the generic Congressional ballot advantage for Democrats has dipped to 6.2 percent, the lowest it has been since May 30 of last year, and down seven points from the 13-point advantage they had as recently as a month and a half ago.
President Trump’s job approval rating has increased to 42.3 percent in the Real Clear Politics Average of Polls, his highest since May 13 of last year.
The Daily Presidential Tracking poll on Rasmussen Reports also indicates President Trump’s approval rating has been on the rise the past week. Trump’s approval rating was 43 percent on Jan. 30, and is 48 percent as of Thursday, Feb. 8.
The blue wave appears more like a black bog, as President Trump continues to drain the swamp. After all these indicators do the Democrats really expect us to buy into the fact that a so-called “blue wave” will hit the nation come November? Clearly the Democrats still suffer from their pre-presidential election delusion.