Dems Dropping Millions into What Should Be Safe Seats – IOTW Report

Dems Dropping Millions into What Should Be Safe Seats


While most media watercarriers for Democrats have been claiming the races will be tight, close and control over both the Senate and House are narrow margins, the Democrat party apparatus is sending emergency funds to support deep blue candidates in races where they previously claimed their victory margins were too big to fail.

If the deep blue seats are vulnerable, their seats in districts of marginal support must be considerably more vulnerable. More

It’s like watching someone trying to nail closed the cellar door after the tornado has taken the house. Watch

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  2. Don’t be fooled again. This is not desperation. It’s part of the plan. They may be spending on GOTV and candidate ads, but the bulk of the money will be spent on lawyers, judges secretaries of state and assorted lawfare. They are dumping money in for after-election legal maneuvering and payments for the fraud squads, just like they did in 2020. There’s a reason why President Trump was “0 for 60 in the courts”, and a reason why we are still digging up the truth two years later.

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