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Midterm Elections

Red Wave, Yes Or No? Breaking Down The Polls, Betting Odds, And More Data

We are now a little more than two months away from the all-important 2022 midterms. It may decide the future of America. Many people are expecting a “bigly” Red Wave to sweep over Congress and many Governorships across America. A month ago, we looked at some polling data, and this “bigly” Red Wave looked like a good possibility. However, we have been detecting some changes since then in the data. Is the Red Wave sputtering? We first will look at some betting odds data from PredictIt.

Dems And Their Media Are Lying About The Polls Again! An Open Letter To Mr. and Mrs. Sixpack

The Elites of the “Deep State”, DNC, “and other liberal organizations see you as the Deplorable. Ignorant. Uninformed. Lazy. You have been successfully demoralized by the ‘fake news’; the inevitable Red Wave has inexplicably become high humidity. So you’ll stay home with a tub of popcorn, watching Bret Beir play with this tumescent computer screen, popping up states and races turning blue with all the excitement of a gamer playing Grand Theft Auto XXIV.

The Democrats’ Sickening Quickening – They’re In Big Trouble, And They Know It

Most of these coming changes are beyond the control of government. They are historically emergent — the zeitgeist is in charge of them, not “Joe Biden” or Pete Buttigieg. The cheap energy age is over, and that salient fact will determine most of what happens going forward, including the inability of overgrown central governments to manage anything competently. The more grandiose their attempted work-arounds look, the more certainly they’ll fail.

Three Issues Republicans Must Hammer Home If They Want To Win And Save Our Country

The overtaking of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in three months is undoubtedly there for the Republicans’ taking, and they should be able to put Democrats back in the minority without much difficulty. But in several races in the House, and in a few key races in the Senate (i.e. Georgia and Pennsylvania), Republicans have nominated candidates that are both lacking in ability and lagging in the polls.

Counting Our Chickens? The Potential Of Going From Red Wave To November Nightmare

California also has an internet-based system that allows voters to print ballots at home.  All that is needed in most locations is a voter name and date of birth – information readily available online and through the voter registries.  With this system, tens of thousands of ballots can be created for unknowing voters, including multiple ballots for individual voters, printed, and mailed off for inclusion in official counts.