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Democrats’ blame game begins before midterm massacre

The Democrats’ blame game has already started a week after the midterm elections, as the party leadership begins to point fingers as analysts predict the election could be terrible for a party’s sway. unique to Washington, DC.

As analysts predict that Republicans will end the Democrats’ one-party rule in the nation’s capital by regaining a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives and potentially the Senate, the left is already beginning to point fingers at who will take the lead. fall, several points of sale of the establishment reported.

On Wednesday morning, Punchbowl reported:

Among Democratic leaders, there has been silent preparation for the inevitable. The DCCC and other Democratic organizations have told leaders in recent days that the House’s prospects for retention continue to deteriorate.

Also, on Tuesday, the New York Times says the same:

Top Democratic officials, lawmakers and strategists are openly questioning their party’s rhetoric and campaign tactics, reflecting a growing sense that Democrats have failed to unite around an effective message with enough time to avoid major losses in the House and perhaps decisive defeats in the hotly contested Senate.

Next, Axios noted also noted on Tuesday:

With a week to go until the midterm elections, some Democratic operatives working on House races are already beginning to assign blame in case their party loses winnable seats: The culprit, they say, is blue state governors dragging out the rest of the ballot. .

National Republican Congressional Committee spokesman Mike Berg said, “Democrats are finally realizing their majority is doomed because they’ve made everything more expensive and everyone less safe.”

Jacob Bliss is a reporter for Breitbart News. Write to him at or follow him on Twitter @JacobMBliss.


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