Red Wave? Out of 27 “Toss-Up” Congress Seats, Republicans Won 27

It’s no wonder that Trump voters have their suspicions about the outcome of the presidential election. As the votes are tallied and the results certified, it’s becoming clearer by the day that the 2020 election was a boon for the GOP. Rare (to the point of unprecedented) are elections in which one party wins the top of the ticket while the other one wins the downballot. But that’s exactly what appears to have happened this time around. We’re not really holding out any hope that Sidney Powell and the rest of them are going to overturn this election, but like we said: In the fact of a Red Wave like this one, you can’t blame people for being awfully suspicious.

From the Daily Wire:

Ahead of the 2020 election, Cook Political Report listed 27 races as “toss-ups,” meaning they were too close to predict one way or the other. Republicans won all 27.

That’s not a typo. Despite being assured by that conservatism was about to drown beneath an impending “blue wave,” Republicans won every single close race.

Republicans also won all 26 races deemed “leaning or likely Republican,” and even picked up 7 of the 36 seats listed as “leaning or likely Democrat.”

Despite nearly unanimous predictions that Democrats would further cement control of the House, they now hold just a 218-204 advantage, with Republicans poised to pick up more seats, as they lead in 8 of the remaining 13 races.

In addition to lending credence to complaints of a rigged election, these results reveal in crystal clarity the broken polls that the media is relying on to “predict” our political outcomes. Pollsters were not only certain that Joe Biden would prevail in the presidential election, they were confident that the House would expand its Democratic majority and even, in all likelihood, that the Senate would be flipped blue. There is still a small chance that the latter may come to pass, but in all other respects, the 2020 polling was even worse than it was in 2016. Yes, Biden won and yes, Dems held onto the House, but it was all much, much closer than any mainstream polling company predicted.

The House wins of Republicans (to say nothing of the historic vote that Trump received) are not only things to be pondered when considering the validity of the election, they prove conclusively that Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden have nothing that could be termed as a “mandate.” This goes double for the Socialist Left, whose calls for defunding police probably delivered Democrats a worse election than they would have otherwise had. If the Dems refuse to see this reality and try to push through a radical agenda over the next two years, they will pay for it dearly in 2022.

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