President Joe Biden still can push through some of his Marxist policies, having only razor-thin advantages.
The problem that the left has is Americans. Once they saw the outcome of open borders, tax increases, inflation, murders spikes, and crime in daylight, Americans realized they needed a change in 2022.
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Most of the people have lost their jobs, and Dems House members announce they won’t run for re-election in the upcoming November elections.
Now, the republicans need only five seats to get back the majority of the House. Until now, 18 Democrats announced they won’t run for re-election in the 2022 midterms.
The most vulnerable Democrats will face a tougher re-election battle this campaign cycle party because of redistricting. Also, they would have to find a way to defend their votes, which helped Biden pass many partisan legislation and deal with Biden’s approval numbers with a complete fiasco.
Combining the unpopular Biden and the departure of the House members, Pelosi’s ambitions of keeping the Dems majority in the House of Representatives are drowning like Titanic.
This week, Democrat Rep. Tom Suozzi is the 18th House Democrat who announced his departure from the House to join the crowded race for NY Governor. Representative Suozzi will be leaving behind a largely suburban district, which will be hard for the Dems to hold without a strong incumbent.
Suozzi is among the democrats who announced that they will retire from public office after this term, which expires in January 2023. Representative Filemon Vela and Ann Kirkpatrick announced their retirement even in March; Rep. Cheri Bustos, the former DCCC Chairwoman, shared her retirement in April.
Others who shared their retirements are John Yarmuth, David Price, Mike Doyle, Jacki Speier, G.K. Butterfield, Eddie Bernice Johnson, and many more will follow.