Schumer reportedly told his Senate colleagues — who included Chris Coons of Delaware, Mark Kelly of Arizona, Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, Tom Carper of Delaware, John Hickenlooper of Colorado and Dick Durbin of Illinois — that if the midterm elections were held today, there would be only a "40% chance" that Democrats hold the House.
Such comments fly in the face of recent remarks from Pelosi, who said Wednesday that Democrats will not only hold the House but may even expand their tiny majority.
pb's been saying that this Commitment to America, that the GOPs will announce next week, will change the conversation.
GOPs have been silent until now, principally because the Dems have a huuuuuuuuuge money advantage.
What the GOPs have is "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap" who has become Hater-in-Chief...
...and the issues.
Gas prices are still up, what?, 25%?, since Joe sacrificed US energy independence. Inflation and mortgage rates are their highest since Reagan fixed the Jimmy Carter mess. Grocery prices are waaaaaaaaaay up and shelves are empty. Murder and violent crime are waaaaaaaaaay up. Teachers' Unions are still teaching white American children that they're born bigots...and, they're grooming them with drag shows and LGBT propaganda. Millions have crossed our southern border illegally , and the fentanyl crisis is out of control.
And, again...the Dems' best answer is to have the Flatulent Fool who keeps telling stories about his days as a truck driver, calling people names and spew hate against them.
Schumer's right. The House is going to the GOPs, what?, 230-205?, and don't count GOPs out in the Senate. Herschel Walker is already pulling ahead in Georgia. Ron Johnson, suddenly, is looking good in Wisconsin. Washington may go GOP. And Ohio. Nevada. New Hampshire. Even Pennsylvania.
Schumer says that Dems are 60% in the Senate. pb's still calling it 50-50. And, pb's not been wrong yet.