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Big earthquakes offshore in Alaska or Chile lead Hawaiians and different Pacific Islanders to fear about tsunamis coming from hundreds of miles away. People take precautions. They transfer to greater floor. Faced with an actual risk, Hawaiians put together to make main modifications to survive.

Apparently, Hawaiians are extra focused on survival than Washington Democrats.

Democrats have now had three weeks of tsunami warnings, and the dictatorship of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., appears decided to drive by means of trillions of {dollars} of extra spending and a bunch of radical woke insurance policies – despite the fact that the American individuals are screaming, “No!”


Big authorities socialism and woke radical insurance policies – and incompetence on points resembling inflation, crime, controlling the border, leaving Afghanistan, and fixing logistics issues – are all including up to an simply repudiated mess. Fed up Americans have a easy battle cry: “It just doesn’t work.”

You might imagine I’m exaggerating a few tsunami-like anti-Democrat wave, however take into account latest proof.

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On Nov. 2 Glenn Youngkin led a whole staff to victory in Virginia. The staff included Lt. Gov.-elect Winsome Sears, a Jamaica-born naturalized citizen who served within the U.S. Marine Corps and loves America. It additionally included Attorney General-elect Jason Miyares, the son of Cuban refugees who escaped the oppression of communism. 

This various, spectacular Republican staff swept Virginia and carried with it a brand new Republican majority within the legislature. For Pelosi and the Democrats, this was earthquake No. 1.

Just a few miles north, in New Jersey, Ed Durr Jr., an impartial truck driver, defeated New Jersey State Senate President Stephen Sweeney in one of many largest upsets in fashionable politics. Durr spent solely $2,300. Clearly, the voters have been saying: “Not Sweeney.” Consider that Sweeney obtained virtually 59% of the vote 4 years earlier. This was earthquake No. 2.

Nationally, the polling has been more and more unhealthy for Democrats. 

And there have been extra quakes to comply with. 

On the alternative facet of the nation, in Seattle, a Republican gained the town lawyer’s race for the primary time in additional than 30 years. 

In a state legislative particular election in San Antonio, Texas, a Republican gained in a 73% Latino district. 

Just a few days later Democratic Texas State Legislator Ryan Guillen switched events, saying: “After much consideration and prayer with my family, I feel that my fiscally conservative, pro-business, and pro-life values are no longer in-step with the Democrat Party of today, and I am proudly running as a Republican to represent House District 31.”

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Last week in South Carolina, Republicans had strong victories in municipal elections. In Georgetown, Carol Jayroe turned the primary Republican ever elected mayor. In Columbia, Republican Daniel Rickenmann was elected mayor in a county that went 68% for Biden.

Nationally, the polling has been more and more unhealthy for Democrats. A generic poll is a query of whether or not you’re extra possible to vote for one social gathering or the opposite. 

On Nov. 7, the Suffolk University/USA Today ballot confirmed an 8% generic benefit for Republicans (46-38) in congressional voting and 38% approval for President Biden. On Nov. 11, the ABC News/Washington Post ballot confirmed a ten% Republican generic benefit (51-41). On Nov. 16, Rasmussen reported a 13-point generic hole (51-38). 

As Rasmussen reported:

“The 13-point edge for Republicans in the latest poll is larger than Democrats enjoyed at any time during the 2018 midterm campaign, due both to greater GOP partisan intensity and a wide advantage among independents. While 89% of Republican voters say they would vote for their own party’s candidate, only 77% of Democrats would vote for the Democratic candidate. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, 48% would vote Republican and 26% would vote Democrats, with another 17% undecided.”

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