Election 2020: Signs Point to Sweeping GOP Victory

After more than three years of “resist and obstruct” Democrat policies that favor illegal immigrants and China over hard-working Americans, recent signs indicate a political storm will make landfall in November.

In Southern California, Republican Mike Garcia recently beat Democrat Christy Smith handily for a congressional seat that was held by disgraced Democrat Katie Hill. Rep Hill resigned earlier this year when it was revealed she had a sexual relationship with a staff member.

Garcia, a former Navy pilot, flipped a traditionally Democrat seat in the 25th Congressional District red. This is the first time a Republican has held this seat since 1998.

And his win wasn’t just a slight victory either, Garcia won by approximately 9 points. For comparison in the 2016 election Hillary carried the vote in this area by almost 7 points. Adding insult to injury, this was Garcia’s first campaign, and it represents a culture shift of Latino-American voters rejecting the Democratic party.

This, and other California districts, overwhelmingly trended to the left in the 2018 elections. Still, Democrats wasting time, energy, and American taxpayer money on Washington, D.C., witch hunts, and politically-based impeachment inquiries has created a significant voter backlash. Hardcore Democrat support — including an endorsement by Obama — recently went down the toilet in California.

“After seeing more results last night, it is clear that our message of lower taxes and ensuring we don’t take liberal Sacramento dysfunction to Washington prevailed,” Garcia reportedly said. “For too long, the people of our district have not had representation, and it’s time their voice is heard in Washington.”

In the battleground state of Wisconsin, Republican state Sen. Tom Tiffany trounced Democrat Tricia Zunker, perhaps in spite of her left-leaning optics. Zunker enjoys a post on the school board member and works as tribal supreme court justice for the Ho-Chunk Native American tribe. Democrats have been courting wide-reaching Native American tribes to bolster their losses among African-Americans and struggle to secure Latino-American support.

Democrats won a relatively narrow House majority in 2018 after being swept out in 2016. With the radical wing of the Democratic party controlling the message and agenda, American voters appear to have broom in hand again.

Recently polls also give President Donald Trump a commanding lead over Joe Biden in swing states, which would hand him another win via the electoral college. Of the 15 states won by 8 points or fewer in the 2016 presidential contest, President Trump holds the lead in every single one over Sleazy Joe Biden.

Although biased media outlets are pushing popular vote statistics that appear to show the presumptive Democrat ahead nationally, Pres. Trump appears to be on track to win upwards of 39 out of 50 states. If these polls remain steady, President Trump could amass more state election victories than anyone since Ronald Reagan.

“Biden’s vaunted ‘lunch bucket’ appeal with the working class doesn’t seem so great after all, especially since his allies — Democratic governors — have contracted severe cases of stay-at-home-itis, locking up their citizens with no end in sight,” Roger L. Simon writes in the Epoch Times. “With blue-collar folks losing their jobs by the millions while white-collar rich Dems continue to earn their high salaries working from home, the once people’s Democratic Party is branding itself, consciously or not, as the party of elites. Trump, not Biden, turns out to be the tribune of the working class.”

Simon’s point is well taken as Democrat governors such as Michigan’s Gretchen Whitmer force unlawful lockdowns and persecute working-class shop owners. A Real Clear Politics poll of betting odds points to Pres. Trump winning re-election. The overall spread favors the president by +9.1, with high-water marks of +14 and a low of +6. The smart money appears to be on President Trump and the GOP. That’s why Democrats are hatching “cheat-by-mail” schemes.

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