Money TALKS & BS Walks! Republicans Are Going To Do Very Well In November…

I wrote this yesterday and found more evidence today why I believe this Blue Wave is all an MSM made up talking point. That doesn’t mean for one second we take anything for granted.

Remember that MONEY talks and BS walks!

From the article linked above:

The Republican National Committee (RNC) raised a record-breaking $12.8 million in February, while a near-bankrupt Democratic National Committee (DNC) took out a $1.7 million loan to keep the lights on. The monthly haul brings the RNC fundraising total in the 2017-2018 cycle to $157.7 million, juxtaposed to just $79 million for the DNC.

Democrats have high hopes to wrest back control of the U.S. House of Representatives from the Republican Party in the 2018 midterm elections in November. However, even as they score special election upsets amid GOP voter complacency, they are struggling to pay their bills let alone fund their candidates.

With the nearly $2 million loan recently disclosed, total debt under DNC Chairman Tom Perez has now accumulated to over $6 million. According to the Federal Elections Commission, all personal property including revenues, income, accounts receivable, deposit accounts, general intangibles and goods” were used as collateral to secure the loan.

When they do a REAL poll, reality is clear as day! Republicans are going to be fine in November.

From the article linked above:

Despite recent evidence that Republican voters feel bummed out by Washington inaction and chaos, a second consecutive poll shows that they are more motivated and enthusiastic than Democrats heading into the 2018 election season.

The latest Morning Consult/Politico poll found that voters are getting revved up in advance of the midterm elections and that Republicans have the motivation edge. From the survey analysis:

Voter enthusiasm grows ahead of 2018 midterms: In this week’s poll, 79% of voters said they are motivated to vote in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections, compared to 11% who said they are not motivated. In late December, 72% said they were motivated, and 13% said they were not motivated

Motivation high across party lines: 89% of Republicans, 83% of Democrats, and 68% of Independents said they were motivated to vote in the upcoming midterms. In late December, 80% of Republicans, 75% of Democrats, and 62% said the same.

Republicans attribute their advantage to the recently-passed tax reform package that put more cash in their wallets.

“Republicans voters are responding favorably to the tremendous results that have come from the historic tax reform bill,” said one official.

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