The liberal media has tried to spin the results of the 2022 Midterms as a loss for Republicans. They are doing this for a reason: they are terrified. Democrats lost the House and might lose the Senate. The “red wave” might not have happened, but Biden’s agenda is toast.
And there is another big detail the MSM is overlooking. One that was, in fact, a massive red wave. For the first time ever, Republicans won the national popular vote. This fact has rocked the Democratic establishment. And they are very worried.
Republicans have won nearly six million more votes nationwide in races for the House of Representatives…
According to the Cook Political Report, as of Thursday morning, November 10, Republicans have won 50,113,534 votes, or 52.3% of the vote, compared to 44,251,768, or 46.2% of the vote.
The 2022 @CookPolitical House Vote Tracker is now live! The craziest thing: Republicans are winning the House popular vote by 6.4% so far but just scraping by in the race for control. https://t.co/YOAzUtsM9F pic.twitter.com/pGICoSCNv9
— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) November 9, 2022
This is huge. Republicans won nearly SIX MILLION more votes in the 2022 race for the House than Democrats. Despite winning fewer seats than expected, that’s a massive achievement. Remember, Democrats often whine after elections that they won more votes, despite losing races.
But now, the situation has flipped. Republicans brought out many more voters, signaling a red wave did happen, despite numerous factors. It appears Republicans lost critical races, not due to Americans not supporting the party, but because of poor candidates and the polarization of some states.
Mehmet Oz lost his race, not because Fetterman was a great candidate (he was a moron), but because the rich, celebrity doctor failed to connect with the millions of blue-collar Pennsylvanians. Similar factors affected other races Republicans should have won easily.
But there is more than should have Democrats panicking.
Massive. GOP made huge inroads in deep blue territory with Hispanic voters, especially on immigration, adding immensely to its popular vote tally. Don’t let Democrats’ mastery of mail harvesting obscure the realignment. GOP has a clear path to dominance should it wish to take it. https://t.co/pq7TcTmSDm
— Stephen Miller (@StephenM) November 10, 2022
Oh, no red wave? Republicans made gains in blue regions by capturing more of the Hispanic vote. Democrats’ failure on immigration is outraging Hispanic Americans. And Republicans captured their attention and won many of them to their side.
If Republicans continue to fight to connect with Hispanic voters (along with women and other traditionally conservative groups), they will have a path to “dominance” Democrats won’t be able to overcome.
There is plenty for the GOP to learn from this election cycle. If they are smart, they can crush Democrats in the 2024 Election, polling and the MSM be damned.
- Republicans won more votes in House races than Democrats, scoring the popular vote.
- GOP candidates won 6 million more votes than liberals, despite picking up fear seats than expected.
- Republicans made major inroads in blue states by winning over Hispanic voters, a massive loss for Democrats.