How Democrats Could Steal The Midterms


With the countdown already on to next years midterms, a lot of experts, both Republican and Democrat, are predicting a big red wave in 2022. This is not really a surprise because traditionally the party that is in power (in this case the Democrats) end up suffering significant losses to the opposing party during the first elections.

But with that said, and with the Democrats in complete control, there are some who have wondered to what lengths will they go to keep their power? As 2020 election audits continue around the country, the Democrats led by Nancy Pelosi continue to bang the drum for two major narratives. The first is that election integrity is racist, and the second is that conservatives and Trump supporters are out of control terrorists.

"Democrats are holding on to power with a death grip" said Republican strategist Vlad Davidiuk, "They're doing everything they possibly can to maintain their hold on power When it comes to power, when it comes to control the left stops at nothing, and so we have to be prepared for that."

So what does that have to do with this story? In a recent piece posted on American Thinker, it was pointed out a little known clause in the constitution that basically says Congress has the authority to postpone House and Senate elections for what they deem as terrorism, calamitous events, or a national emergency. Your first reaction might be to laugh, or say "here we go with a crazy right wing theory" but as noted in the article, would it really be crazy if ANTIFA got together in the big blue cities to do their usual rioting and looting like we saw all of last summer? The media would call them Trump supporters, and the election would be put on hold. Or we could have another national covid lockdown that would keep everyone home.

"It would not be a surprise to me at all" Davidiuk told KTRH, "It really begs the question as to what could potentially happen. The left has historically used violence, intimidation, and mayhem as tools to advance their political agenda."

We spoke with election expert Logan Churchwell who said a postponement is highly unlikely. But considering the Dems big voting bills are struggling mightily because the majority of Americans believe there should be voter ID, desperate times could lead to desperate measures.


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