After such a difficult several years it’s thrilling to be receiving such great news for conservatives and, ergo, the country about the prospects for the midterm elections. All polls indicate a red wave is coming, and it proves that Americans have rejected the malign efforts by the left to convince us that living in a crime and economic hellscape is perfectly normal and acceptable. It is not.
Just a few weeks ago it became quite clear that voters did not like the direction of the country as poll after poll indicated the economy and crime are the deciding factors for whom Americans would vote. We can be confident this election will send a clear statement to the malevolent bullies running this country that we reject their policies and have the backbone to reject them as well.
Americans continue to get punched in the face by an establishment that eerily seems to manage to gut our financial future every generation, so it makes sense that we would like to give some fresh faces with new ideas a try. Instead, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s machine has transformed into the political version of Tonya Harding—being involved in attempts to kneecap up-and-coming stars who are on the verge of winning their races.
It is Donald Trump’s doing, in part, that we have candidates running who actually want to help the American people as opposed to using them as an ATM machine for the federal bureaucracy and its managers. So it’s very possible that Kentucky Republican McConnell may be the hardest hit by the indications that the America First candidates—those who support the Ultra Maga Supercalifragilistic Trump policies that made us energy independent and created the best economy the world had ever known (literally)– are doing especially well.
In August, McConnell took a swipe at GOP candidates whom he sneered lacked “quality,” a petty insult understood to be aimed at America First candidates. “I think there’s probably a greater likelihood the House flips than the Senate. Senate races are just different — they’re statewide, candidate quality has a lot to do with the outcome,” McConnell said. So Trump-supported GOPers who take over the House are rubes, he implied, but the Senate—those untouchables can’t get in here!
That kind of a statement not only is meant to cast doubt on the candidates themselves, but to diminish overall enthusiasm for a GOP senate takeover. Why would he do that? Because it’s all a game for people like him, and our lives are like a shadow on the wall. He hates Trump, and a good midterm election for America First candidates adds to the likelihood that Trump runs again for president. These are also candidates who would vote against him being Senate Leader. McConnell, like the rest of the establishment, seems perfectly fine to have the country in this miserable position, the economy a mess, war unfolding and teetering toward new ones, as crime obliterates the quality of life for Americans across this country. We pay the price with our peace of mind and futures so these envious swamp inhabitants can stick it to Trump, enjoy their cocktail parties, special protections, power, and of course, our money.