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Never-Trump Republicans May Have MAJOR Impact on 2018 Mid-Terms

With the midterms approaching, those on the right are taking the step that they refused to take in 2016.

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If the majority of American voters were rational and actually thought about where America is today compared to 2 years ago, this year’s midterm elections would be a lock for Republicans. However, no one ever said that American voters were rational or actually think things through.

Whether President Donald Trump is able to continue to improve America and make it strong again depends on the outcome of the midterms.

A growing number of younger Democrats are growing disillusioned with their party leadership, consequently, some of them are leaving the Democratic Party. While this is a good thing, there could be more Republicans refusing to vote for anyone who supports Trump and these anti-Trump Republicans could be just what Democrats need to win control of the Senate and/or House.

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During the campaign, many loudly proclaimed that they could never vote for Trump. But they said they didn’t want Hillary Clinton to win either. So some opted for fringe candidates or third-party candidates or write-in candidates or told people to make up their own minds.

This was something of a charade. Either Trump or Clinton was going to be the next president. So by refusing to back Trump, they were increasing the chances that Hillary would win.

Now, with the midterms approaching, some of those on the right are taking the step that they refused to take in 2016: They are openly rooting for the Democrats.

This is how topsy-turvy our politics have become…

I don’t know about politics being topsy-turvy, but it is certainly a fickle thing that is NOT driven by what’s best for the country and the people, but by a socialist ideology that has been beaten into the minds of millions of young adults by the public education system. What’s really scary is that they are tomorrow’s leaders.

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Bloomberg Buys Last-Minute Political Ads On Behalf Of Joe Biden In Texas And Ohio

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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who just so happened to run the country’s most expensive failed presidential campaign in history, is now apparently blowing through a wad of cash in a last-minute attempt to buy some political ads on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. The ads have been purchased in key states that are known strongholds for Republicans, Ohio and Texas. Via Daily Wire: The last-minute advertising amounts to $15 million – a fraction of what Bloomberg is spending in Florida to support Biden – and represents internal polling suggesting President Donald Trump is vulnerable in the two states, The New York Times reported. “Howard Wolfson, one of Mr. Bloomberg’s closest aides, said the former mayor had recently asked his team to run a round of polls to see whether Mr. Trump had unexpected vulnerabilities that could be exploited in the campaign’s closing weeks. Up to this point, Mr. Bloomberg’s general-election activities have focused on Florida, where he has pledged to spend $100 million supporting Mr. Biden,” the outlet reported. “The Bloomberg team conducted polling in a number of states over the weekend and came away convinced that Texas and Ohio represented its best targets — narrowly divided electoral prizes where the war for television airtime is not already cluttered with heavy advertising on either side. The team presented Mr. Bloomberg with the numbers on Monday morning and he gave the go-ahead.” “We believe that Florida will go down to the wire, and we were looking for additional opportunities to expand the map,” Wolfson told the outlet. “Texas and Ohio present the best opportunities to do that, in our view.” The big focus of the campaign ads being put out by Bloomberg will be the president’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ads running in Texas will…

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