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Large earthquakes off Alaska or Chile cause Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders to worry about tsunamis from thousands of miles away. People are taking precautions. They move to higher ground. Faced with a real threat, Hawaiians prepare to make major changes to survive.

Apparently, Hawaiians are more interested in survival than Democrats in Washington.

Democrats have now had three weeks of tsunami alerts, and the dictatorship of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Appears determined to impose billions of dollars in additional spending and a host of radical wake-up policies – even if the American people are screaming. , “No!”


The government’s great socialism and awakened radical policies – and incompetence on issues such as inflation, crime, border control, departure from Afghanistan and solving logistical problems – add up all to an easily repudiated mess. Fed up, Americans have a simple war cry: “It just doesn’t work.”

You might think I’m exaggerating about a tsunami-type anti-democratic wave, but consider the recent evidence.

On November 2, Glenn Youngkin led an entire team to victory in Virginia. The team included Lieutenant Governor-elect Winsome Sears, a naturalized citizen born in Jamaica who served in the US Marine Corps and loves America. It also included the elected attorney general Jason Miyares, the son of Cuban refugees who escaped the oppression of communism.

This diverse and impressive Republican team swept across Virginia and took with them a new Republican majority in the legislature. For Pelosi and the Democrats, it was Earthquake # 1.

A few miles north in New Jersey, Ed Durr Jr., a freelance truck driver, defeated New Jersey State Senate President Stephen Sweeney in one of the biggest upheavals in politics modern. Durr only spent $ 2,300. Clearly the voters were saying, “Not Sweeney. Consider that Sweeney got almost 59% of the vote four years earlier. It was earthquake # 2.

Nationally, the polls have been increasingly bad for Democrats.

And there were other earthquakes to follow.

Across the country in Seattle, a Republican won the city’s attorney race for the first time in over 30 years.

In a special legislative election in San Antonio, Texas, a Republican won in a 73% Latino district.

Days later, Texas Democrat lawmaker Ryan Guillen changed parties, saying, “After a lot of thought and prayer with my family, I think my fiscally conservative, pro-business and pro values -life are no longer in tune with the Democrat. Party today, and I’m proudly running as a Republican to represent House District 31. “

Last week in South Carolina, Republicans scored solid victories in the municipal election. In Georgetown, Carol Jayroe became the first Republican mayor ever elected. In Colombia, Republican Daniel Rickenmann was elected mayor of a county 68% for Biden.

Nationally, the polls have been increasingly bad for Democrats. A generic ballot is a question of whether you are more likely to vote for one party or the other.

On November 7, the Suffolk University / USA Today poll showed a generic 8% advantage for Republicans (46-38) in the Congressional vote and 38% approval for President Biden. On November 11, the ABC News / Washington Post poll showed a generic Republican advantage of 10% (51-41). On November 16, Rasmussen reported a generic 13-point gap (51-38).

As Rasmussen reported:

“The 13-point advantage for Republicans in the latest poll is greater than that enjoyed by Democrats at any time during the 2018 midterm campaign, due to both greater intensity GOP supporter and a wide advantage among independents. While 89% of Republican voters say they would vote for their own party’s candidate, only 77% of Democrats would vote for the Democratic candidate. none of the major parties, 48% would vote Republican and 26% would vote Democrats, with 17% undecided. “


In less than two weeks, the generic ballot has shifted against the Democrats in every ballot. But, of course, in the Pelosi dictatorship, none of those results in actual elections or polls had any impact. Democrats seem more worried about being brought to their knees by dictator Pelosi today than being kicked out by voters next year.

Additionally, the threat to all Democrats is compounded by President Biden at 38% approval and Vice President Harris at 28% approval. (And anyone who listens to her 10 Hours of Laughter will understand that she’s likely to go even lower when her followers hear how bonkers she looks.)

The power of the emerging anti-democratic tsunami that arrives so soon is creating enormous problems for the Democratic Party. The scale of the tsunami will encourage Democrats to retire (note Senator Patrick Leahy announced his retirement last week). We’ll have to see if the Senses. Joe Manchin, DW.Va., and Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., Can withstand psychological pressure from their radical members and constant harassment from left-wing activists invading surrounding bathrooms, cars, and boats. , etc.


At the same time, the wave will make Republicans run everywhere, at all levels. (If a little-known truck driver can spend $ 2,300 to beat the most powerful politician in New Jersey state, any Republican can win anywhere.) During the process, the Democratic fundraiser will become more difficult and Republican fundraising will become easier.

Yet, with the tide ebbing, Pelosi charges towards the beach – and the lemmings (replacing the donkey as a symbol of the Democratic Party) pace behind her, toward the coming tsunami.


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