Democrats jumped the shark.
Their tactics against Trump’s SCOTUS nominee are backfiring.
Now, liberals are facing catastrophic news heading into the midterms.
Will Outraged Republican Voters Create a Tsunami on Election Day?
Democrats thought they could do it again.
After crushing the career of Judge Roy Moore, Democrats thought they could cough up another sexual assault accusation against a conservative and defeat them.
They thought wrong.
Mitch McConnell has scheduled cloture.
That means a vote Kavanaugh is closer than.
Despite all their delay tactics, the confirmation fight boosted Republican prospects.
Democrats thought delaying the confirmation hearing would be a win-win.
They thought they could control public opinion against Kavanaugh.
Democrats knew the odds of blocking Kavanaugh were small.
But they thought they could ignite their base and pull independent voters with them.
Once again, they thought wrong.
And a new poll is proving it.
Republicans Are Fed Up and Ready to Vote
A NPR/PBS News Hour/Marist poll is shocking Democrats.
It shows 80% of Republicans deemed the midterm elections as “very important” while 82% Democrats also claim the elections are “very important.”
The poll reported a 4-point margin of error.
In other words, it’s a statistical tie.
This poll reflects a measure of what is referred to as voter enthusiasm.
The reason why this is disastrous for Democrats is simple.
They need a higher margin than that to capture control of Congress.
And the evidence this confirmation is firing up conservative voters is clear.
This poll was conducted earlier in the summer.
And it spelled out bad news for Republicans.
In July, 68% of Republicans said the midterms were “very important.”
But 78% of Democrats declared the midterm elections were very important.
This means there was a 10% gap in voter enthusiasm in July.
That was a huge margin fueling the Democrat’s blue wave.
But now, in the first poll since the Supreme Court showdown, Republicans shrunk that gap.
It’s down to just 2%.
Which Party Do Voters Want to Control Congress?
The poll revealed another key factor.
Prior to the Kavanaugh drama, voters were asked who they’d like to see control Congress.
Voters preferred a Democrat-controlled majority to Republican-controlled majority 12% in mid-September.
That dropped to just a 6% lead in the latest poll.
But will it be enough for Republicans to survive?
George Soros is pumping billions into this election cycle.
His goal is to impeach Trump.
Trump is blocking Soros and the Democrats’ socialist agenda.
If that wasn’t enough to anger Soros, Trump is sticking it to Obama.
Trump repealed a large chunk of Obama’s agenda.
Instead, Trump’s replacing it with his America First Agenda.
The economy is booming, unemployment is dropping, and salaries are increasing.
Trump’s securing our borders and is a diplomatic negotiator on foreign policy.
He’s done all this with and without the help of Congress.
Still, if Democrats take control, it could put an end to much of Trump’s progress.
We’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest news.