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2022 Elections Tag

The 2022 midterm elections are still over a year away and a lot can happen between now and then. Democrats are already sounding the alarm to each other. Naturally, they are not talking about changing anything on a policy level. They're just concerned about their messaging.

Former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is apparently considering a run for U.S. Senate in Alaska against incumbent Lisa Murkowski. Palin is still a popular figure among conservatives, but if this happens, it will trigger an avalanche of hate from the left not seen in years.

Democrats are beginning to worry that Vice President Kamala Harris could hurt their chances to retain power in the 2022 midterm elections. This was entirely foreseeable. Harris was so unpopular in her party that she dropped out of the 2020 Democratic primary before anyone voted.

In a little over six months, the Biden administration has allowed hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to flow across America's southern border. Many conservatives have suggested that this is nothing more than a cynical attempt to change America's electorate by creating more Democrat voters. A writer for the New York Times just seemed to confirm that this was the endgame all along.

The 2022 midterms are still over a year away, Democrats and some media outlets are already making excuses for Dem losses. To them, it is impossible for Democrats to lose because voters are rejecting their policies. It must be based on something nefarious. Something Republicans did.

Texas Republicans are trying to pass a measure to make it easier for people to vote and harder for anyone to cheat. Democrat lawmakers have decided to fight it by leaving the state and heading to Washington, DC. You may recall Democrats using this same tactic in Wisconsin under Governor Scott Walker back in 2011.