Backfire: NPR poll suggests Dems are sabotaging their own hopes for a ‘blue wave’ with Kavanaugh circus acts

Way to go, libs!

Give ’em enough rope and they’ll hang themselves every time.

Just over a month away from critical elections across the country, the wide Democratic enthusiasm advantage that has defined the 2018 campaign up to this point has disappeared, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.

In July, there was a 10-point gap between the number of Democrats and Republicans saying the November elections were “very important.” Now, that’s down to 2 points, a statistical tie.

Look at the graph in the linked story and you’ll see that enthusiasm of Republican women has skyrocketed since the Democrats started their sick circus intended to derail the Kavanaugh nomination at any cost and no matter who gets smeared.

Author: Doug Powers

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One thought on “Backfire: NPR poll suggests Dems are sabotaging their own hopes for a ‘blue wave’ with Kavanaugh circus acts”

  1. I just mailed in mt absentee ballot application. Didn’t seem like voting in Jersey was even worth it, but looks like Hugin has a chance so I’m all in as is my wife. 2 votes in NJ could make a Hug(in)e difference

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