Democrats are $3.3 million in debt. Republicans have zero
97 percent of women who strongly supported Trump in 2016 are satisfied with job performance
In April an ABC News/Washington Post poll revealed that 48 percent of Americans believe there is a “Deep State” operating within the federal government. Thirty-five percent said it was only a conspiracy theory. But more air has been let out of the false, failing and losing narratives of the left and liberal media since then.
A more recent Harvard/Harris poll confirms the count has grown to 54 percent. Specifically the poll asked if “…Deep State–the collection of intelligence agencies and holdover government workers from the Obama administration — is trying to unseat President Trump using leaks of classified information?”
Many voters don’t have much faith in polls or mainstream since most indicated Hillary Clinton would be President of the United States right now. The usual suspects, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Newsweek, CNN, MSNBC, CBS News and others continue the fake narratives despite their help from Obama holdovers embedded in Washington D.C. bureaucracies. But there is a better way to know what is in the hearts and minds of Americans: Follow the Money!
A look at the fund raising contributions coming into both major political parties reveals more than pollsters can tell us. In 2017 so far, the Republican National Committee has raised over $80 million as opposed to the Democratic National Committee totaling over $39 million. In May, the RNC broke a record with over $10 million flowing in a month after a post presidential election. To strengthen the case for President Donald J. Trump’s impact on the GOP, the June amount increased to $13.5 million. The DNC raised $.5 million. The big hint comes from the amount of small donors versus big lobbying groups, special interests and businesses. The RNC is clobbering the Dems in small citizen (the voters) donations.
The GOP began 2017 with $25.3 million in cash on hand. Now it has $44.7 million. The DNC started the year with $10.5 in cash on hand. Now, that has decreased to $7.5 million. The latest account revealed that the RNC reported $0 in debt. The DNC reported $3.3 million in debt.
The Democrats and mainstream media repeatedly reported the Republicans would lose special election for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District in June. It was a sure thing—a referendum against President Trump they told us. After all, they broke the all-time U.S. historical record by spending over $50 million to place their Democrat Ossoff against Republican Karen Handel. Handel won by almost five percentage points despite spending one-sixth of what her opponent did.
An analysis of these special elections and the November 2016 presidential race exposes more torment for the mainstream media and Washington ‘Swamp’:
—Of 34 senators on the ballot in the next elections, only nine are Republicans. Out of the seven considered most vulnerable, only two are Republicans.
—The ability of Democrats to attract dissident Republican voters is diminishing. Even if they could get every Republican who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 to return and vote for Democrats again, that would not be enough to turn the mid-term elections around.
—Today there are 26 Republican trifecta states with a GOP governor and control of legislature.
—There are 206 “Pivot Counties” in the United States that voted for President Obama in 2008 and 2012, and for President Trump in 2016. States of most significance include Iowa with 31 Pivot Counties, Wisconsin with 23, Michigan has 12, Ohio 9, Maine 8, Indiana 5, and Pennsylvania has 3.
—There are 2,226 solid Republican counties won by McCain, Romney, and Trump. However there are only 449 solid Democratic counties won by Obama twice and by Clinton. Clinton had a smaller share of the votes.
—In June, 97 percent of women who strongly supported President Trump in 2016 were satisfied with his job performance.
—33 states now have voter ID requirements.