The Democrats are sweating bullets with all of the retirements among their members in the House. It is now up to 23 or over 10% of their total membership. With the extremely small majority they have and their approval falling faster than a lead balloon, we could be looking at a red tsunami in 2022.
Failing to hold the House, the Democrats were hoping to keep it close so that RINOs in the House could help them win votes but with a large majority, they would be helpless.
But the votes in the House are the least of their worries. After the way Adolf Pelosi weaponized the House, they need to worry about retribution. And believe me, it’s coming.
Ilhan Omar, Eric Swalwell, and Adam Schiff will all likely lose at least one committee assignment each. Joe Biden will be the subject of impeachment on multiple counts. And how about a J6 Committee that investigates Pelosi, the Capitol Police, and the DC gulag?
House Democrats are facing a growing wave of retirements as they close out 2021 and enter what’s expected to be a challenging midterm election year.
The string of retirement announcements in recent days cap off what’s already been a demoralizing end to Democrats’ first year in power of Washington since Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) declared he couldn’t support the party’s social spending and climate package.
More retirement announcements are likely in the coming days and weeks as lawmakers are home for the holidays with their families and decide they’d rather not have to keep making the regular trek to the House.
In the span of 24 hours earlier this week, three Democrats announced they wouldn’t run for reelection next year: Reps. Stephanie Murphy (Fla.), Lucille Roybal-Allard (Calif.) and Albio Sires (N.J.).
That followed Rep. Alan Lowenthal’s (D-Calif.) retirement announcement last week, as well as that of House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) earlier this month.
The Gateway Pundit reported on a poll that shows Republicans with an all-time best 10 point advantage in a House generic vote, 44 to 34. That, if it holds up could be a 40 to 50 seat swing in the Republicans favor.