If Democrats are going to survive in the future, they need more than Portland and Chicago to support them. They need to maintain a hold on swing states if they hope to make it through 2022. But they don’t seem to be doing what it takes to win over folks in these areas.
Moderate House Democrats see the writing on the wall. Idiots like AOC keep shooting their mouths off, upsetting millions of Americans. If the party keeps bowing to the far-left, many voters will turn their backs.
And it looks like it’s already happening in places Democrats desperately need.
From The Hill:
The latest voter registration numbers out of Florida show Democrats’ long-held voter registration advantage over Republicans shrinking to less than 24,000, down from about 100,000 at the beginning of the year.
The state Democratic Party is also facing a yawning fundraising gap with the Florida GOP. Some national donors are taking a wait-and-see approach to political giving in the Sunshine State after a disappointing 2020 cycle for Democrats that saw the party’s 2018 gains virtually wiped out.
And there’s more bad news coming from a mid-West state.
From Daily Caller:
A Tuesday poll revealed that former Detroit Police Chief and Michigan gubernatorial candidate James Craig holds a six point lead over Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for the upcoming 2022 election.
Republican candidate for Michigan governor, former Detroit Police Chief James Craig, is leading current governor by 50.4% to 44.4%. Gretchen Whitmer, the incumbent, has been rocked by numerous scandals going all the way back to the lockdowns. She has gone out of her way to outrage residents with her hypocritical actions.
At the same time, Democrats are rapidly losing ground in the once-swing state of Florida. In recent elections, the state has gone increasingly to the right. New reports show the Democrat voter registrations are plummeting, as Republicans gain more ground.
On top of that, the Republican-controlled state legislation will be able to redraw congressional districts, wiping out Democrat advantages.
Michigan and Florida were once considered political toss-ups. But these days, Democrats are frequently losing support from blue-collar Americans and Southerners. As they embrace radical views like open borders, higher taxes, environmental “justice,” and more, Americans are saying no thanks.
If they don’t make serious changes soon, 2022 could be a runaway train.
- Democrats are losing ground in the crucial states they need.
- Florida is becoming increasingly red, as Democrat voters disappear.
- The liberal governor of Michigan is losing in the poll to a Republican candidate.