Democrats’ media echo chamber has gotten so bad Nancy Pelosi is insisting Democrats will pick up seats in the midterms.
But Pelosi got shocked back to reality.
Because Nancy Pelosi just received one piece of news that gave her a bad case of the shakes.
Democrats have managed to do immeasurable damage to the United States of America.
Despite that Nancy Pelosi recently insisted Democrats will pick up seats in the midterms, adding that “I don’t have any intention of the Democrats losing the Congress in November,” in an interview with Time magazine.
But all signs are pointing to a potential Red Wave in the 2022 midterms this November.
And one new poll result has Nancy Pelosi shaking next to her ice cream freezer.
According to the most recent NBC News poll, Republican voters are far more eager to get to the polls and cast their midterm ballots than Democrats are.
The new survey shows the GOP keeps expanding its enthusiasm gap advantage over the Democrats as the November midterms creep closer.
According to the NBC News poll, Republicans now have a 17-point enthusiasm gap advantage over the Democrats.
67% of Republican voters report having a high level of interest in the midterms, compared with just 50% for Democrat voters.
And momentum is swelling.
The Republican enthusiasm gap advantage is currently up 3-points from January, and 6-points in just about 6-months.
That means President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address and his nomination of the first black female for Supreme Court justice provided no bump – and may have made things even worse for Biden.
It also means the Biden administration’s gameplan to blame inflation and record-high gas prices on Russian Premiere Vladimir Putin isn’t working.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer were counting on those tactics working to keep their leadership positions in the new Congress.
Speaker Pelosi should be especially nervous, as the last time the enthusiasm gap was this wide was the 2010 midterms – when Democrats lost more than 60-seats in the House of Representatives.
“Things could change,” Obama advisor David Axelrod told POLITICO of the Democrats’ polling nightmare. “But with only a quarter of the country believing things are headed in the right direction, the president sitting at a 40 or 42%…approval and inflation at a 40-year high, the atmosphere clearly is not promising for Democrats to buck historical trends,” Axelrod added.
40-42% approval for Biden is being generous as numerous polls as the President still in the mid to upper 30’s.
The GOP only needs to flip just five House seats and secure merely a single net pickup in the Senate to take control of both houses of the Legislature.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.