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THIS Is The List Of House Democrats Who Aren’t Running For Re-Election In 2022.

The approaching red wave scares the Dems, and they are leaving the House! It’s hard to say because the politicians give some wide-known reasons for leaving the office like “I want to spend more time with my family.”

NPR reported that out of 32 House members that aren’t running for re-election in the 2022 midterms, 20 are Democrats.

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They are:

  • Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona
  • Alan Lowenthal, Jackie Speier and Karen Bass of California
  • Val Demings and Charlie Crist of Florida
  • Cheri Bustos of Illinois
  • John Yarmuth of Kentucky
  • Anthony Brown of Maryland
  • G.K. Butterfield and David Price of North Carolina
  • Tom Suozzi of New York
  • Tim Ryan of Ohio
  • Peter DeFazio of Oregon
  • Conor Lamb and Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania
  • Eddie Bernice Johnson and Filemon Vela of Texas
  • Peter Welch of Vermont
  • Ron Kind of Wisconsin

Eight of these will run for other offices.

Two are retiring House Democrats, in their 60s, five are in their 70s, and three and 80+.

Of course, the retirees are feeling their age, and they don’t want to spend the last years of their lives working.

FiscalNote blog, close to a 5th of the House is over 70, which makes us question whether the Dems are bailing because they know the terrible outcome of the elections.

Joe Biden can’t help them because his poll numbers would make him lead weight. However, there are five House Republicans who aren’t running in 2022, and they don’t want another office. At the age of 58, they are Anthony Gonzales of Ohio, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, Devin Nunes of California, Tom Reed of NY, and Kevin Brady of Texas.

One Democrat, Patrick Leahy (81) of Vermont, retires from the Senate with the five Republicans. They average 70 in a Senate with an average age of 63. All are from red states.

The Senators are Pat Toomey (Pennsylvania), Richard Burr (North Carolina), Rob Portman(Ohio), Roy Blunt (Missouri), and Richard Shelby (Alabama).

“Betting markets overwhelmingly expect Republicans to retake the House next year, and that’s probably a very good bet,” The Washington Post reported.

The New York Times also quoted House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, writing, “If you’re a Democrat and President Biden won your seat by 16 points, you’re in a competitive race next year. … You are no longer safe.”

The Times’ Shane Goldmacher took him seriously, stating the “undisputed truth undergirding McCarthy’s braggadocio.”

“Democratic support has plunged nationally in recent months,” Goldmacher noted. “The party’s loss in Virginia was just the most consequential example.”

Take a look at the video below.

The Dems’ answer, according to Antjuan Seawright, is to sell the Biden plan!

“As Democrats, we have to embrace these policies because … they are very popular among the American people, and they will be transformational in their own right for a very long time.”

The Dems have problems that will result in the 2022 midterms! They will be a red tsunami.

Source
The Gateway Pundit The Washington Post The New York Times

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