2022 Midterms Are Almost Here - Is A Red Wave Ahead?

2022 midterms are fast approaching and we’re ready for a red wave. Actually, come Tuesday, November 8, we are hoping for something more like a red tsunami. Conservatives will head to the polls to make their voices heard about issues that have the strongest impact on Americans. No, not about “white supremacy” and which pronouns to use, or any of the other ridiculous, New World Order issues that are being emphasized by liberals. We’re talking about inflation, gas prices, and crime. You know – the things that are strongly impacting everyday life for hardworking, average Americans across the country. The things that really matter. The underpinnings that buttress every patriot’s right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The things that make America great.

A modest transfer of only five seats in the House of Representatives would shift control to Republicans. The consensus across the spectrum of media sources and polling outlets is that Republicans will take the House come November. Republicans will likely not need to flip any districts that Biden carried in 2020 in order to reclaim the majority, and historical precedence does not favor the Democrats retaining control of the House after midterms. If Republicans win the House majority in November, Crypt Keeper Pelosi will no longer be the Speaker of the House; oh joy, oh rapture. This will be a good first step in removing 80-year-olds who struggle to speak from high-level office. Let’s just remove them all the way to the nursing home, or their home environment (the crypt in Pelosi’s case). Current House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a Republican from California, will seek the opportunity to become the next House Speaker. McCarthy believes that the American public deserves a commitment to America with a focus on curbing inflation, regaining energy independence, lowering fuel prices, securing the border, and making our streets safe again.

Republicans only need to pick up one seat this November to win control of the Senate. Mainstream media is pumping out a lot of propaganda about how subsequent to The Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade, Democrat voters are energized and that a Republican Senate takeover is much less likely than was predicted earlier in the summer. Many liberal-backing media outlets are outright predicting that Democrats will retain control in the Senate. But can we trust those news sources? It’s the same media that confidently predicted that Hillary was a shoo-in for president in 2016. Republicans need to win five of the eight Senate races that are considered to be toss-ups: Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and they have a good chance of doing so. Even the New York Times seems to think so. A recent piece that compared current polls to those from 2020 and 2016 concluded that, “Democratic Senate candidates are outrunning expectations in the same places where the polls overestimated Mr. Biden in 2020 and Mrs. Clinton in 2016.” The article went on to note that there is a “consistent link between Democratic strength today and polling errors two years ago.” The Hill notes the likelihood that if, “poll respondents in key swing states are meaningfully more liberal or Democratic than those who are not answering polls, this could suggest that Democrats’ current public polling lead in those states could be significantly overstated.” The polls weren’t accurate in 2016 and 2020, and the mainstream media is quietly admitting that this could again be the case. One thing is for sure – Dr. Oz needs to win his race in Pennsylvania and retain that seat for the Republican Party. His opponent, John Fetterman, is about four months post-stroke, and on the campaign trail he definitely looks and sounds like someone who has recently suffered and has not (and will not) recover from a major health catastrophe. Fetterman is showing clear signs of cognitive impairment, just like a certain president we know and dislike, who is currently, and unfortunately, holding office. Not only that, but Fetterman’s hoodie-chic campaign attire is really just a way for him to obscure a highly suspicious giant lump he is sporting on his neck. But the big bump on Fetterman’s neck is not the worst of it; he initially concealed that subsequent to his stroke he underwent surgery to implant a pacemaker with a defibrillator. We wish Fetterman the best with respect to his personal wellbeing, but we wish he would do the right thing, which is step aside to focus on his health. Just like Biden, he is clearly not fit to hold office.

While the mainstream media has been largely pushing the idea that the voting landscape has shifted favorably towards Democrat candidates after the Roe V. Wade Supreme Court verdict, and that the Republican base is less energized and that Republican candidates are suffering from a lack of momentum, we believe there is something else at play that is influencing current polls. Robert Cahaly of the Trafalgar Group describes the phenomenon as “submerged voters”. These are Republican voters that are completely avoiding participating in polls. Cahaly recounts that in 2016, Trump supporters were referred to as deplorables, leading to “shy Trump voters”, which most polling missed. In 2020, Trump supporters or those who espoused conservative values, found themselves ostracized or doxed by woke cancel culture. This again led to “hidden voters” that most polling undercounted. Recently, in what is referred to on social media as Biden’s “PedoHitler” moment, where the child-sniffer-in-chief was cast in an evil red glow and flanked by Marines, he angrily shouted that MAGA Republicans are a threat to democracy. This was certainly a moment that caused Republicans to feel targeted and uncomfortable. Further, as Americans became aware of FBI involvement with social media, and that the government has asked banks to track gun purchases, folks have become nervous and they don’t want their opinions or a purchases tracked or to cause them to be put on a government list. These people (MAGA Republicans and others) are avoiding being polled, much more so than in 2020 and 2016. They aren’t posting their opinions on social media, putting out signs in their yards for the candidates they support, or talking about their views, especially to pollsters. Republicans are now so suspicious that they doubt that polling requests are authentic, and are just not responding to them at all out of fear that the government will keep track of what they say in a poll. These “submerged voters” are nearly impossible to track in advance of the midterms, and the Trafalgar Groups thinks that Republican voter turnout will exceed even what they are able to predict even with factoring in votes from submerged voters who are not responding to polls. In the current social and political climate where MAGA Republicans have been vilified, they are left with no other outlet to express their views other than turning out to vote. Cahaly describes these Republicans as being anxious to vote, and says he believes that they can’t wait to vote. The Trafalgar Group’s prediction is that anyone saying that the Democrats are going to keep the Senate, and that Republicans will only win by a small number in the House is wrong. He predicts that Republicans will take the Senate and win the House by a larger margin. And thankfully, Cahaly thinks that Dr. Oz will beat Fetterman given the mass looting that occurred at the Wawa in Philadelphia combined with Fetterman’s soft on crime background.

It seems that the fake news is trying to suppress the coming red wave, but it also seems like the prevalence of submerged voters will make that incredibly difficult to do. Many of us are these MAGA Republicans who aren’t able to publicly share our views. Some of us live in blue cities or blue states and don’t want to risk losing friends or being ostracized by family over our political views. We know of a liberal, who when he found out that his best friend voted for Trump in 2016, verbally attacked his Trump voting friend, reducing him to tears. The two didn’t speak for a year (thankfully the angry liberal apologized). It’s things like this that have made us avoid expressing our views. It’s the government instigated censorship on social media that has made us afraid to share our opinions. But there is one place left that where we can fight for what we believe is best for Americans, and we will turn out in droves on November 8th to do just that. We will vote to take our country back, and to restore our American way of life. We as MAGA Republicans are submerged voters, but just because we aren’t counted in the polls doesn’t mean that our midterm votes won’t count.

Go Red Wave. Let’s MAGA the shit out of the midterms.

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  • GregorHast On

    Very well written, thanks.

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