Why Democrats are DESTINED to LOSE the Senate

and these two formerly Blue states

Democrats win when they cheat. Because that’s the only way Democrats CAN win.

I have seen the data from the 2020 Presidential Election and only the most braindead idiot believes Biden won fairly. And after seeing all that Democrats did around this country, and particularly in battleground states, I know why the handful of Biden supporters were so comfortable when I left the building.

Democrats have claimed for decades that voter fraud is anecdotal at best. But I assure you, cheating is pervasive and sophisticated. It’s also run from all levels of government.

Thus, Democrats cheat. They MUST cheat, because nobody would follow their nonsense otherwise. What diabolical people run the one-party system most Americans think is fair.

Still we fight. Conservatives make things difficult on these corrupt scam artists. And that’s why Democrats went nuclear in 2020. But they made the mistake of cheating on multiple fronts, and now they are in big trouble.

As Politico writes,

Washington’s Democratic Sen. Patty Murray, meanwhile, has spent more than $1 million on television ads in recent weeks, including two attacking her Republican opponent, Tiffany Smiley, in a state President Joe Biden won by nearly 20 points.

The reason Democrats must spend this money in Colorado is that Biden didn’t win the state. Not even by one point. And now that the public knows how The Big Cheat occurred, citizens will monitor both Democrats and their RINO partners.

So while Democrats shoe-horned Biden into office and got a few down-ticket people elected, they were penny-wise and pound-foolish. Because it will be much more difficult to cheat from now on.

Politico continues,

If the far-right Senate candidate wins, the state is likely a lost cause to flip to Republicans this year and won’t warrant spending money. But if a Republican who is palatable to the state’s large swath of unaffiliated voters is on the ballot, GOP leaders believe they could ride a red wave to defeat Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, who recently admitted that he could find himself in a “tough race” this fall.

Nonsense. A palatable Republican is a Republican who can fog a mirror or has a pulse. That’s how bad Team Biden has performed.

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As Politico notes:

The majority of Colorado voters have an unfavorable view of Biden, 56 percent, while just 42 percent approve of the job he’s doing as president, according to polling this month by Global Strategy Group for ProgressNow, a liberal advocacy group in Colorado.

In just the last few weeks, a Democratic super PAC has poured $3.9 million into television ads in the Republican primary race to help Ron Hanks, a state legislator who has declared that Donald Trump won the 2020 election and that all abortion should be outlawed.

You read that right. A Democrat super PAC is helping a Republican.

Politico explains,

Joe O’Dea, a businessman and first-time candidate, is trying to run as a moderate Republican, tempering his answers on abortion to say women should have access to the procedure early on in pregnancy.

The liberal group’s staggering TV ad buy in the GOP primary is on top of other misleading mailers being sent to voters — falsely claiming Hanks was endorsed by the Colorado Republican Party — that are now the subject of lawsuits by the National Republican Senatorial Committee, the state GOP and O’Dea’s campaign. The NRSC has not publicly taken a position on the primary. O’Dea’s campaign estimates Democratic spending to meddle in the primary could total as much as $10 million, given the barrage of high-quality mailers that have been sent out across the state.

Recent internal polling has shown the primary race to be close, according to multiple operatives in Colorado.

Conservatives need to remain vigilant against the “bait and switch”. And we must examine all areas in which the Democrats (and RINOs) cheated, and ensure this never happens again.

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