November is already looking bleak for the Democrats. Americans are sick and tired of their fear-mongering and failed policies.
That’s why Chuck Schumer just shot this warning to the last person you’d expect.
The November elections are less than two months away, and the Democrats are already preparing for the worst.
They know their cocktail of radical socialist schemes isn’t sitting well with the average American.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is petrified of what this could mean for the Democrat majorities in Congress.
At a private dinner with fellow Democratic senators, Chuck Schumer declared that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is “in trouble” and Democrats are likely to lose the House of Representatives.
While at the Trattoria Alberto, a high-scale Italian restaurant in Washington, Schumer made it clear to his lackeys that he believes the Senate will remain in his clutches, but the House is likely to flip.
This would be a deathblow to Nancy Pelosi and the Biden administration’s agenda. As it stands, they only have a 50-50 majority in the Senate, with Vice President Kamala Harris being the tie-breaking vote.
If they lose the House, their radical plan for America will come to a screeching halt.
At the dinner, Schumer whined that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy “sucked up” to former President Donald Trump. He also opened up about his fear that Trump will run again in 2024.
This dinner came just one day after news broke that Schumer was putting $15 million of his own campaign funds toward Senate races of his political pals across the country.
As Fox News reports:
The move by Schumer, which comes with just eight weeks to go until the autumn elections, follows the ramping up of a massive spending spree by the Senate Leadership Fund, the top outside group supporting GOP incumbents and candidates.
Senate Leadership Fund, which is aligned with longtime GOP Senate Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has said it’s spending $190 million this cycle. And One Nation, the group’s sister nonprofit public advocacy organization, dished out nearly $60 million so far this year in Senate races.
Real Clear Politics is already predicting 218 seats in the House locked in for the Republicans with 33 others up for grabs.
And while projections for the Senate are more uncertain – and polls notoriously incorrect like in 2016 ¬¬¬¬¬– this November is shaping up to be a boon for the Republicans.
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