Dems keep avoiding 'Flyover Country'

The Republicans have had the advantage over the Democrats for years in 'Flyover Country.'

And history says it was different years ago. Chris Talgo with the Heartland Institute says those areas used to go solidly Democrat. So what happened?

"The Democrat has abandoned most of the principles that the country was founded on, and by default, a lot of those states have just moved to the GOP," Talgo explained.

And Talgo says the Democrats seem just fine with keeping it that way.

"They have been extremely hellbent on identity politics. They are catering to these groups," Talgo stated.

And to those areas, even though it cost them, and Hillary Clinton, in 2016 - when she completely ignored Wisconsin, the state that wound up putting President Trump over the top electorally.

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