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Is 2018 "deja vu" of the election of 2016? Remember the "Blue Wall" (Hillary would win the most states with the greatest electoral votes), which would be a guarantee for a Hillary Clinton election victory as president, well what happened? Hillary lost the election and drove the Democrats to be in an extended sate of "funk" and a visceral hatred of the winner, Donald Trump. You'd think that after almost two years, the loser Democrats would have tampered their anguish over the electoral loss, but it seems just the opposite is happening - the whole Democrat establishment has become unhinged along with the main stream media (a/k/a fake news). They totally ignore all the accomplishments that the Trump Administration has racked up, it's almost like they have a mental block when it comes to anything the Trump Administration does. They won't give him credit for anything that he does, even if it is beneficial to the country as a whole. A good analogy I once heard is that if Trump came up with a cure for cancer, the Democrats would complain that he didn't do it soon enough. In other words, he couldn't win by winning.
During the 2016 presidential election campaign, most all the polls and pundits were in the unanimous opinion that Hillary was a "lock" in being elected president. Even up to 9 PM (EST) preliminary results, the victory party for Hillary was being planned for the expected Hillary victory celebration. As the night wore on and as Trump won state after state, some that was totally unexpected (like Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania). The giddiness about an expected Hillary victory celebration was slowly morphing into a state of abject despair and utter disbelief. The "Blue Wall" was crumbling down before the very eyes of the Hillary supporters and the biased media which predicted up to a 95% certainty that Hillary would win.
Now, the Democrats and the "Fake News" media are predicting a Democrat "Blue Wave" in the November mid-term elections. Will it be a correct prediction or just another ginned up attempt to deceive the voters into thinking that is just a forgone conclusion about the outcome and to urge voters to jump on the Democrat bandwagon? To me, I think it will be just the opposite of the "Blue Wave". I think we'll have a "Red Tide" that will sweep the G.O.P. into majorities in both the House and Senate. Do you agree with me?
Conservative commentary by Chuck Lehmann