2018 Elections: Yes, WaPo, The Kavanaugh Fight Reminded The GOP About One Thing…We Need To Stop The Democrats
TownHall Says- https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa
The 2018 midterms are here. It’s close. It was never that way heading into October. The Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh was vicious. It was nasty. It was the weaponization of the #MeToo movement in an attempt to clip a qualified judge from taking his spot on the court; Kavanaugh was besieged at the last minute with baseless and unsubstantiated allegations of sexual misconduct. It was a slog, but Kavanaugh was confirmed earlier this month. It also lit a fire under the GOP base, which was at long last energized, infuriated, and ready to vote, especially GOP women. While Democrats saw credible accusers being mocked (they weren’t)—only a crack head could see them as credible—everyone with rational cognitive function saw a witch-hunt and basic unfairness being displayed before them. Due process was tossed out the window. The women who hurled these trash allegations didn’t have any evidence or corroborating witnesses—and belief is not evidence.
This is how far Democrats are willing to go to win. Imagine if they’re in control. Right now, U.S. salaries have reached their highest levels in ten years, second-quarter growth was four percent, third-quarter was a solid 3.5 percent, unemployment is at 3.7 percent, over three million jobs have been created, and consumer and small business confidence levels reached their highest marks in decades. And all of this was due to the Trump tax cuts.
This is what’s at stake next week. The Democrats aim to kill this economic boom by suffocating it with a pillow. They’re willing to cater to far left whackos who have an agenda that will cost us trillions and have no idea how to pay for it. They’re willing to use gossip to destroy their enemies. No matter what the cost, stopping the Democrats is what’s key—and the Kavanaugh fight reminded the rank-and-file about that (via WaPo):
This is an accurate description of where we are at Nov 06, 2018. If dems get in what happens in 2020?