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Last week it appeared that Republicans were not voting early in the midterm elections, leaving the field to the Democrats.
In June of this year, when the Supreme Court handed down the Dobbs decision, a shudder ran through the country as the fifty-year precedent of Roe v. Wade was dramatically reversed.
After Republican Dr. Oz’ dramatic and total victory in his Pennsylvania Senate race against Democrat John Fetterman, we must not forget the crucial importance of winning the governorship in the Keystone State as well.
The Republicans may have basically clinched a majority in the Senate in the aftermath of Dr. Mehmet Oz’s total wipeout of John Fetterman in this week’s Pennsylvania Senate debate.
On every side we see evidence that Biden is preparing for something between a graceful exit and a swift kick in the butt.
All three of the most hotly contested Senate races are deadlocked — more or less — within the margin of error with rather little movement either way.
Is the Republican Party, in its own inimitable fashion about to blow this election? With the House in their pockets and the Senate within reach, the GOP may have figured out a way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
Even as fears have mounted among Republicans that the storied “red wave” they had anticipated is ebbing, October brings good news: The Red Wave is back!
It’s time to MOW the Democrats down by winning in Arizona (Blake Masters), Pennsylvania (Dr. Oz), and Georgia (Hershel Walker). MOW ’em down!
It all comes down to these three crucial races.