In so many ways, and it was in the bag before Ruth Ginsburg died leaving a Supreme Court opening suddenly just a few months before the 2020 election, but this seals everything up. One thing that President Trump couldn’t do was to shape the narrative in the media before the big vote. All of 2020 has been the set-up after all, Covid-19 was all about shaping the narrative, socialized medicine is another, and of course the riots, the race war with Black Lives Matters and the corporate tie-ins—its all been pushed onto the public stage to drive the narrative until election day. Trump of course has been doing a great job responding to those issues, but this Supreme Court nomination issue is the deal sealer. The reason why is not so much about the presidency at all, but its all about the 17 seats that Republicans need to win this year in congress to take away the speakership of Nancy Pelosi. Trump can and will nominate his pick, and the Republican controlled Senate will approve the name because they know it too, what I’m saying. The new narrative, and the primary concern that Democrats will have to fight after is the holding of the Senate by Republicans, even further expanding their lead, and regaining the House. When the narrative is protecting the judicial, Americans tend to vote conservative and they will vote for congressional candidates and senate representatives who will at least protect that body of government and the Constitution as we all know it.
A couple of those congressional races that are close and are seriously threatening to nock out long time Democrats in those seats are Amanda Makki who is challenging in Florida Charlie Crist and another Florida race for the 21st District in Laura Loomer who looks very poised to knock out Lois Frankel. There are many others and they will all benefit from being on a Trump ticket with high engagement voters anyway, but now with the Supreme Court issue clear in voter’s heads, many of those close flip races for the GOP taking out Democrats will only gain more votes. So with the target being 17 seats, the GOP in this new environment could easily gain more than that due to the clarity of the Supreme Court issue which most Americans can understand and get their minds around. They understand precisely how the Supreme Court affects them and can vote accordingly.
Democrats have no choice but to make fools of themselves because now the narrative will be completely controlled by Trump and the Senate Republicans which will make them even more attractive than the previous issues of government mandated masks all across the country and race riots in the streets destroying property and harming people. That is how the Democrats have sold themselves before this nomination process and now they have to go and literally defend evil to preserve a woman’s right to choose, which many Americans are coming around to see as legalized murder. When it comes to politics, politicians come and go, but these Supreme Court nominations are for life making this the front of everyone’s minds. Trump’s pick will be confirmed just before the election taking all the oxygen out of the various races, and Trump should win re-election, and the GOP should win back the House and Senate with even better margins of victory.
So, don’t let anybody scare you, watch the Democrats flip out and cry foul for the next several months, it doesn’t matter. People become much less sympathetic when events might harm them directly, and up to this point Democrats have not made a case for themselves in any of the House or Senate races, they’ve taken them for granted. Let alone put out a wobbly old man in Biden who can barely speak. And now this. They arrived at this place in history by not talking to real people, by living in their social bubble and coastal outlook. They ignored logic and now its coming to bite at them in a bad way. Now don’t say to me any of this is new. I predicted all this back in 2016 through 2018. I specifically said that by 2021 the Democrats would be destroyed, and it pretty much is. Socialism is now the philosophy openly embraced by their party and the masks of communist insurrection are fully on display. In countries where freedom of a vote is not available, these tactics by the Democrats work, but in a society where choice is the centerpiece of the culture, it doesn’t. And now that people can clearly understand the choice, they certainly aren’t going to vote against their own self-interest.
Even Never-Trumpers and fence sitters understand the stakes. If there was anything that pushed Trump over the top in 2016 it essentially came down to Supreme Court picks for the moderates to get on the bandwagon late in October of that year. And now that Trump has a track record, the decision becomes even easier. Many people who would like other choices for the GOP will certainly want to secure nominations for the Supreme Court that won’t try to change their lives for the next two decades. Suddenly, Trump is their best option, as if he wasn’t up to this point. The Supreme Court pick is the thing that will win over many other GOP seats across the country who might of otherwise been much closer, or not quite enough to knock out a Democrat incumbent. People didn’t appreciate the first time that Congress took it upon itself to impeach President Trump. And now they are threatening to do it again which will inspire people to vote against Democrats in all races, even local regional tickets. I mean look what Democrats have given people, promises of more masks, more shutdowns, riots in the streets and more impeachments. People otherwise not activated might grumble about these things, but they won’t vote. But for a Supreme Court Justice who might personally impact their life in a direct way, you can bet they will.
Democrats were trying to shape the opposite of what I am saying to you before the weekend even broke, trying to say that the GOP will lose seats if they go along with Trump’s pick. That’s because their internal polling shows them what I have said, that if the GOP sticks with their plan, people will see it as a sign of strength, and they will be rewarded by voters who want someone to protect them from all this massive government overreach. Watching riots of mobs gather at GOP senator’s homes, like Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell to intimidate them into delaying the Supreme Court vote will only solidify people’s fears about those same Democrats coming to their homes to harass them politically against their will. And they’ll vote to put a stop to it while they still can, which is precisely what this specific timing will unlock in American culture. People are open minded when they can afford to be, but when they fear for their lives and they can protect themselves with a vote as opposed to something else, they’ll do it once the issue has been defined for them, which is what Trump’s nomination does. All the other plans Democrats had between now and the election are now over, and for the benefit of all of us.
Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior
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