You’d think that with Biden in office, Democrats would be racking up the wins every day.
After all, Biden is such a great and amazing leader, voters would have no choice but to rally behind his party’s candidates.
Not quite. Instead, Democrats continue to suffer surprising and unexpected losses.
The media insists Biden won over 80 million votes, so the left should easily take over a state like Texas, right? Well, there was a special election in Texas that just showed the real condition of the Lone Star State.
A Texas Republican backed by former President Donald Trump has advanced to a runoff election to fill a U.S. House of Representatives vacancy left by the death of her husband, while Democrats appeared in danger of being shut out of the contest.
Trump’s candidate is leading the pack in a race that had over 23 contestants. And she was able to shut out both Democrats and Anti-Trump RINOs.
My name is Michael Wood. I’m a conservative Republican running for #TX06 in the special election on May 1. I’m in this race to #RestoreOurGOP and I’m asking for your vote.#MichaelWoodforCongress pic.twitter.com/zlCLkngayU
— Michael Wood for Congress (@michaelwoodtx) April 5, 2021
Guess how his race turned out?
Kinzinger-backed anti-Trump candidate placed 9th with 3%.
Outside of some donors, corporate media, and assorted legacy GOP office-holders, there is no such thing as an actual establishment Republican constituency.
It’s a political mirage seen only by Haley, Cheney, CNN etc. pic.twitter.com/L8aZsVdzjG
— Steve Cortes (@CortesSteve) May 2, 2021
Plenty of folks inside D.C. (and the media) keep claiming that President Trump is “in the past.”
Biden “won” the election, so Republicans need to get on board or go home, right?
Apparently, having an establishment-loving Democrat in office means Republican voters should give up their MAGA dreams.
There are Republicans (like Mitch McConnell, Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney, etc.) who believe that.
But the rest of the country is not on their side. In the red state of Texas, Trump’s candidate broke through a crowded field to dominate this special election.
She did so well, it will come down to a runoff between her and another Republican, boxing out the Democrats.
Anti-Trump Republicans, who called out and criticized the 45th president, also lost big time.
Geez, are these guys that stupid or are they really out of touch with Texas? Not only did it go for Trump in 2020, but Biden won the fewest number of districts for a Democrat in many years.
If the state is “changing,” it looks like it’s getting redder, not bluer.
Do you still support Trump and his endorsements, or have you moved on?
- A Trump-backed candidate is in the lead in a runoff special election in Texas.
- She outperformed many rivals, including Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans.
- This comes as some within the GOP and D.C. claim voters need to “move on” from 45.