Donald Trump is back in the middle of the campaign season.
And Trump dropped some brutal news on Democrats.
And every Democrat’s mind exploded when Trump made this election prediction.
Over the summer Democrats, their allies in the corporate media, and RINOs like Senator Mitch McConnell all predicted Republican doom in November claiming Donald Trump endorsed a slate of weak candidates who were all too conservative or too inexperienced to win swing state Senate races.
Election forecasters gave Democrats overwhelming odds to maintain control of the Senate and even gain as many as two seats.
But in the fall, everything changed.
The polls shifted in Republicans’ favor as undecided voters began tuning into the election.
Rampant crime, record inflation and an illegal alien invasion at the southern border pushed undecided voters in the GOP’s camp.
That led to Republican candidates taking the lead in Nevada, Wisconsin, and Georgia.
John Fetterman’s stroke and subsequent disastrous debate performance harmed Democrats’ chances in Pennsylvania as voters could see Fetterman was in a vegetative state from brain damage.
And late-breaking races where Democrats thought their incumbents were safe – Arizona and New Hampshire – moved into the toss-up columns as late polling showed conservatives Blake Masters and General Don Bolduc locked in statistical ties.
Emerson showed Masters leading Democrat Mark Kelly 48 to 47 percent and two polls from Trafalgar Group and St. Anselm College showed Bolduc clinging to one-point leads over unpopular Democrat incumbent Maggie Hassan.
In an interview with radio host Chris Stigall, Trump spoke to this newfound optimism predicting that the candidates he endorsed would win enough races to claim the Senate majority for the GOP.
“I think that we have a good chance at the Senate,” Trump told Stigall. “Good chance, we had no chance three months ago.”
“Now we have a chance of getting 51, 52 [Senate seats],″ Trump predicted before adding, “And I think the House is going to do pretty well, I think we’re going to be up by maybe a substantial number.”
Even the professional election forecasters – who all lean left and depend on subscriptions from a liberal audience – adjusted their predictions to show a greater chance of a GOP wave in the Senate.
“Our final Senate outlook shows Republicans with late momentum. Our most probable range is now D+0 to R+3 pickups. Dems’ best shot to hold the majority is to stay 50-50. Republicans could get to 52 seats, or 53 in a huge wave,” the Cook Report’s Jessica Taylor wrote.
Joe Biden – on the other hand – predicted victory.
“Folks, I’m not buying the notion that we’re in trouble,” Biden told a crowd at a campaign event in Illinois.
“I think we’re going to win. I really do,” Biden added.
Biden clung to the idea Democrats could gain seats in the House and Senate.
“I haven’t been in all the House races, but I think we’re going to keep the Senate and pick up a seat,” Biden stated. “I think we have a chance to win in the House.”
But the location of Biden’s remarks gave away the fact that Democrats are in trouble and taking on water in the final days of the campaign.
The only Democrats willing to be seen in public with Biden were in Illinois – one of the bluest states in the Union.
Democrats in swing states like Georgia, Nevada, Arizona, and New Hampshire do not want the last images voters see of them before heading to the polls to be them standing next to an unpopular and failed president.
The left knows momentum is with the GOP and that Trump’s prediction of a Republican-held Senate stands a strong chance of coming true.
Joe Biden even admitted as much during his remarks in Illinois saying if Republicans win back both houses of Congress it will be a “horrible two years” for him and the Democrat Party.
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