There’s a backlash brewing… There are small (and large) traces of it all over the place.
According to a new Rasmussen poll, the majority of Americans (51%) believe there was some type of “cheating” in the 2020 election.
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This is astonishing, especially given how hard the propaganda media and Democrats have worked to persuade everyone that the 2020 election was a model of justice and integrity…
Not to mention the bogus surveys claiming Biden has a 776 percent approval rating.
Allow me to take a breather.
Not to mention, Joe Biden’s health is rapidly deteriorating. His G7 visit to England was arguably one of the most disastrous political events in history.
His evident “dementia” was on full show for all to observe. It was impossible to conceal. It was all over the place, and it was horrifying.
The recent mayoral election in McAllen, Texas, was one of the clearest signals that a backlash is building. In a blue border town, a Republican recently won the election. It was a momentous win… Javier Villalobos, the winner, has a message for Democrats… ”Latinos are becoming more aware.”
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According to the Daily Wire, McAllen mayor-elect Javier Villalobos, the former chairman of the Hidalgo County Republican Party in south Texas, told Fox News on Saturday that Latino voters are changing their minds after years of voting Democrat.
“Well, it’s incredible what happened here in South Texas during the last election,” Villalobos added. “I believe the Hispanic community is legitimately conservative, but they have traditionally supported Democratic. It’s incredible what happened in the last election. In terms of conservative voters, I believe our numbers were far higher. In South Texas, we’ve finally got some competition. As a result, I believe it will open many doors for many people.”
Villalobos subsequently remarked, “Down in south Texas, it’s a little bit different.” “Like I said, they are usually Democrat, but a lot of people, particularly older people who have always been Democrat, are opening up their minds and accepting alternative concepts, both social and economic. And that’s incredible. We’ll have some, and as I always say, competition is good. Traditional Democrats in South Texas have been mostly overlooked in the past, but that will no longer be the case. We anticipate the same kinds of outcome in the next election.
We now have candidates running for Congress, while it used to be quite impossible to field a candidate down here, particularly in municipal elections. I believe that is changing.”
This is what happens when you base your so-called “victories” on a flood of mail-in ballots rather than strong programs and new ideas.
It catches up with you swiftly, and the Democrats will soon reap what they’ve sown.