SNL didn’t cost the Democrats the election, but they certainly didn’t help their chances.
First, they mocked Navy SEAL Dan Crenshaw.
Crenshaw was deployed in Afghanistan, when his team was hit by a bomb. In the incident, Crenshaw lost vision and now wears an eye-patch over one eye.
SNL performed a creepy sketch about Crenshaw that was both tasteless, and honestly not funny.
Clearly SNL sees the writing on the wall for Democrats. That’s the party that pretends to care about veterans. So for this group of lame Leftists to attack a Navy SEAL wounded in combat shows you their desperation.
In their helter skelter, SNL went a step further, this time to mock Democrats.
Perhaps they felt the need to do so, after jumping the shark with Crenshaw. Regardless, SNL got this one right, as they mocked the Democrats’ “confidence” in the midterms.
When you have dealt with as many people as I have, you know confidence when you see it. Apparently somebody as SNL realized that Democrats represent anything but confidence.
Nancy Pelosi exuded that “confidence” on Colbert’s show. He was having none of it.
So for the second time in less than a week, Leftist comedic hacks have said to Leftists, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice…not gonna happen!”
I Googled “Democrats confident about midterms” and got the following:
The only story of Democrats’ confidence above the fold came from Politico:
Democrats entered the final weekend before Election Day with a head of steam in the fight for the House — emboldened by a pair of long-serving Republicans in solid conservative territory scrambling to save their seats.
President Donald Trump, who planned rallies Saturday in Montana and Florida, amplified his anti-immigration rhetoric in states where Republicans could win significant Senate and gubernatorial contests. Yet the message worried House Republicans looking to stanch losses in suburban districts, and even the president acknowledged the growing likelihood that Democrats will win the chamber.
“It could happen, could happen,” Trump said at a rally Friday in West Virginia. “We’re doing very well, and we’re doing really well in the Senate, but could happen. And you know what you do? My whole life, you know what I say? ‘Don’t worry about it, I’ll just figure it out.’”
So Donald Trump will work until the last minute to shore up Republicans, then says, “I’ll just figure it out.”
That, my friends is confidence. A man who works until the job gets done. In contrast, piker Obama bugged out after the weekend, and a series of anemic rallies.
Politico further explained its optimism for Democrats:
The brightening Democratic prospects were confirmed by late moves in red districts in Alaska and Iowa, where Reps. Don Young and Steve King, respectively, faced surprising headwinds in the final days of their campaigns. The Congressional Leadership Fund, a super PAC aligned with Republican leadership, mounted a last-minute get-out-the-vote initiative for Young, the House’s longest-serving member, and Democrats rushed to seize an opportunity in Iowa against King, whose anti-immigrant rhetoric has drawn scorn from both parties.
Apparently Politico didn’t get the memo. Democrats fear for their political lives!
Without controlling some part of government, Democrats seal their fate. They have far too many scandals to not get the inside track to stop investigations. And they pulled out all the stops, including trying to hack the voting system in GA and likely elsewhere.
As SNL pointed out, it’s indeed to funny to watch the “confidence” of the Democrats. Pelosi and others put on a brave front. However, I’ve learned how to translate “Democrat”. They are the opposite of what they say or outwardly portray.
Democrats are scared, as they should be. Too bad they can’t cast their fears to the Lord.