A change is coming, and you can hear it in the Democrat’s voice. For example, in the clip below, the Democrats are resorting to claiming that if Republicans are elected, democracy will end as we know it.
They have no plans just crazy rhetoric.
.@cornellbelcher: “I think in 2022, we’re gonna find out whether or not Ben Franklin’s refrain, we’re gonna answer Ben Franklin’s refrain whether or not we can keep this republic and if Republicans do win this election to Dowd’s point in 2024, we’re gonna lose democracy.” pic.twitter.com/AvZhdeCuQK
— Kevin Tober (@KevinTober94) June 15, 2022
That’s the best argument the Democrats have, and it’s a weak one.
It should be no surprise that another purple state is starting to turn hard right.
Political forecasters in Nevada have noticed a significant shift in a state where the elections are close but usually are won by Democrats.
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, up for re-election, has been labeled “one of the Democrats’ most endangered incumbents.”
Her anticipated opponent Adam Laxait, former state attorney general, has a significant lead in the GOP primary and is already polling ahead of Masto.
The Cook Political Report also delivered some bad news for Nevada Democrats, three House seats have moved from “lean Democrat” to “tossup.”
Democrats like Rep. Susie Lee seat is in danger after she barely won in 2020. Thanks to the terrible leadership of the Democrats, Lee is more than likely going to lose her seat.
Another Democrat Congressman is facing some serious political drama.
Representative Steven Horsford, whose district stretches from northern Las Vegas to the middle of the state, could also be in trouble. In March, his wife, Sonya Douglass, popped up on Twitter to say she would “not be silent” about the decade-long affair he has admitted to having with Gabriela Linder, a former intern for Senator Harry Reid.
Douglass criticized his choice to “file for re-election and force us to endure yet another season of living through the sordid details of the #horsfordaffair with #mistressforcongress rather than granting us the time and space to heal as a family.”
Linder hosted an “audio memoir” of the affair under a pseudonym, Love Jones, called “Mistress for Congress.”
After Horsford responded to her first series of tweets, Douglass wrote: “This statement is worse than the first from May 2020. The lies never end. Let’s pray @stevenhorsford comes to grips with reality and gets the help he needs.”
Just like Florida, another purple state is moving right.