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Are the Republicans In Trouble In 2018? Not Like The Democrats During the Obama Years, But We Will See Losses If The Right Doesn’t Hit The Ballot Box Like It’s 2016  
by | OUR POLITICS AND CULTURE
Since Trump became president, there have been 7 special elections in the United States Congress. Six republican seats were up for grabs and one democratic seat. Republicans lost one seat and the democrats retained theirs.

Out of the seven special elections, two are of note. The first is the partisan switch in deep red Alabama to democrat Doug Jones, which had some pointing their fingers at Trump and others at Bannon. In reality, any republican not being accused of making sexual advances to a 14 year-old would have won that race.

The second election of note is Georgia’s 6th, where the democrats spent record amounts of money and pulled in money from all over the country only to lose to Republican Karen Handel. You would have thought the democrats learned from the 2016 election that money can’t buy you an election.

Alone, what these special elections tell us thus far is that the status quo in Congress – which is republican control – will be tested and it will prevail unless something deeply unsettling occurs like in the case of Roy Moore and the Alabama election. However, there are other trends to observe that should motivate you to get out and vote if you are Pro-MAGA.

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The GOP Establishment—They Haven’t Learned a Thing  by | Chris Salcedo 
When Reagan said of the United States, “Here the people rule. We build no
walls to keep them in, nor organize any system of police to keep them
mute,” he spoke to a fundamental truth that patriotic Americans have come
to know and embrace. The message has never gotten through to
progressive, liberal Democrats. What’s troubling is that a growing number
of the alleged opposition party seems to have developed that same
affliction of ignorance. Recent speeches or utterances by prominent
Republicans– Senators John McCain, Jeff Flake, Bob Corker and
President George W. Bush— illustrate not only how the GOP has lost its
way from its foundational underpinnings, but also how it refuses to hear the
message from the 2016 election.

As a conservative, I’ve always respected—but not always agreed
with—former President Bush; I always felt his heart was in the right place.
He was a stalwart defender of America’s national security as it pertained to
radicalized Islamic terrorism. But he worked tirelessly to undermine the
fiscal security of America with a push to import the world’s impoverished
into the U.S. Human capital is much needed in an America with a
government that embraces, FULLY, the free enterprise system. But he did
little work to remove government’s boot from the throat of our nation’s
entrepreneurs and did even less to insist the imports he was championing
assimilated into our worthy and beautiful culture.

The election of President Donald Trump put a monkey-wrench into the
globalist agenda embraced by Bush.

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