Republicans Eyeing Midterm Gains – And They May Have Dems To Thank For It


It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.

Yes, for now, Democrats have control of the White House, Congress, and the Senate.

But according to a new report from The Hill, Republicans are expected to regain some that control in next years midterms, thanks to what was described as 'distasteful Democrat policies'.

"I think folks are going to overwhelmingly send Democrats packing in 2022, and that's a result of the failed policies put in place by Joe Biden during his short time in office" Republican strategist Jared Woodfill told KTRH.

Topping the list is the crisis at the border, and equally as important, the Biden administrations lack of response to it.

You can also add inflation, the looming tax hike, massive government spending bills, and keeping kids out of school, even though 'the science' says it's completely safe.

Sadly, so many Americans were so focused on ousting President Trump, they missed all of the warnings about what would happen if Biden took office.

"I think there's a lot of buyer's remorse" Woodfill says, adding that "We know that the Biden administration is being led by people other than Joe Biden. He's simply the puppet, and those liberal left policies don't work in Texas and that's going to result in sweeping success for Republicans in 2022 all across the board."

The countdown has already begun.


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