Tag Archives: 2022 Midterms

New Polls Signal Major Problems For Democrats Ahead Of 2022 Midterm Elections

Ryan Saavedra
Apr 10, 2022

New polling released over the last few days shows that Democrat President Joe Biden and his party are in serious trouble as this November’s 2022 midterm elections near.

A CBS News poll found that nearly two thirds of Americans said that the “national economy” was “bad,” which they blame on skyrocketing inflation rates and gas prices:

Higher prices are leading people to say they’re making cutbacks, especially on more discretionary items like entertainment and travel. (That may, of course, have a wider impact on the economy later.) About half are cutting back on food and groceries, and this is especially the case among those with lower incomes. … Biden gets his lowest approval ratings on the economy and inflation. And on gas prices specifically, most think he could be doing more to lower them. Nearly all Republicans share this view. They believe his policies are doing “a lot” to contribute to higher gas prices.

The poll found that the top issues for voters were the economy, inflation, and crime, and that Biden gets “low marks on handling them” with more than 60% of Americans disapproving of the way that Biden has handled all three issues.

NBC polling analyst Steve Kornacki went over polling on Sunday that the network previously conducted showing that college educated men went from being +16 for the Democrats in the last midterm election to now being +10 for the Republicans, a 26-point shift.

Politico reported over the weekend that leading experts have indicated that “angry voters slammed by higher prices and scarred by two years of fighting the pandemic are poised to punish Democrats in midterm elections” and that “with inflation persisting and Russia’s war on Ukraine stoking uncertainty, there are indications that public sentiment is getting worse, not better.”

The report added:

The widely watched University of Michigan consumer confidence survey recently touched its lowest level in almost 11 years. An Associated Press/NORC survey showed that almost 70 percent of Americans think the economy is in poor shape, and 81 percent of those in a poll released by CNBC see a recession coming this year. Gallup found the share of Americans citing inflation as the top issue is now at its highest level since the 1980s.

“The big run-up in gas and food and home prices has really caused great hardship for many households,” said Richard Curtin, a veteran economist who has run the University of Michigan consumer survey since 1976. “And the Biden administration made a critical error in saying it would be transient and people should just tough it out. It wasn’t transient. A lot of people couldn’t just tough it out. And it caused a big loss of confidence in [President Joe Biden’s] policies.”

Mark Zandi, the chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, said, “Most Americans have never experienced high inflation like this, particularly on gas prices, and it has gotten everyone very upset. Behavioral economics reveals that people hate inflation more than they love a low unemployment rate. And the pandemic still colors everything. People have been through the wringer.”

REPORT: George Soros Is Funding Over A Dozen Democrats Running In 2022

Mike LaChance
April 9, 2022

The far-left billionaire George Soros is reportedly funding multiple Democrat candidates who are running for office this year.

This is especially important for voters to be aware of this year.

In recent elections, multiple district attorneys were elected with help from Soros and it has had an awful effect on crime and law enforcement in the country.

Breitbart News reports:

Report: George Soros Funds 13 Radical Democrats Running for Congress in 2022

Billionaire Democrat megadonor George Soros and his daughter are reportedly funding 13 radical Democrats running for Congress in 2022.

Soros and his daughter, Andrea Soros Colombel, are funding candidates that are in favor of defunding the police, such as Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO), according to Fox News.

Some Democrats have attempted to distance themselves from defunding police, but radical Democrats backed by Soros continue to push the Democrat issue.

“We should all agree the answer is not to defund the police; it’s to fund the police,” President Biden controversially stated during the State of the Union…

The following are some of the 13 candidates funded by Soros through a joint fundraising venture called Lead the Way 2022, including the Way to Lead PAC, according to Fox News:

– Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) – $40,000
– Candidate Rana Abdelhamid (New York’s 12th) – $28,000
– Candidate Kina Collins (Illinois’s 7th) – $28,000
– Candidate Odessa Kelly (Tennessee’s 7th) – $41,000
– Candidate Aramis Ayala (Florida’s 10th) – $1.4 million

The money represents a small amount of the funding Soros has dedicated toward the 2022 midterms.

Soros has reportedly fueled Democrats with $125 million through a super PAC heading into the November midterms.

Any candidate associated with Soros should be automatically rejected. Instantly.

Candidates associated with him are part of the major problems we’re having as a country right now.

Cross posted from American Lookout.

Liberal Megadonor Soros Pumps $125 Million into Super Pac to Help Democrats in 2022 Midterms

Sophie Mann
January 28th, 2022

Billionaire megadonor George Soros has poured $125 million into a super PAC this election cycle, with the money already being distributed to political action committees backing Democrat candidates and causes.

Soros has used the super PAC, known as Democracy PAC, since 2019 to support political campaigns.

He says the group’s money will support “causes and candidates, regardless of political party” committed to “strengthening the infrastructure of American democracy: voting rights and civic participation, civil rights and liberties and the rule of law,” Politico reports.

However, the money is so far going to Democrat-leaning groups, including $2.5 million to Senate Majority PAC, $1 million to the House Majority PAC, and $1 million to the Democratic Association of Secretaries of State, a group fighting to elect Democrats to the formerly obscure posts that became a well-known and heavily politicized after the 2020 election, according to Politico. 

Soros calls his $125 million a “long-term investment” to continue supporting politicians and campaigns past 2022. 

Soros’ son, Alexander Soros, will serve as the president of the PAC. He has cited the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot as an example of the “ongoing efforts to discredit and undermine our electoral process.” He also argues such threats “cannot be addressed in just one or two election cycles.”

Following its filing with the Federal Elections Commission, Democracy PAC’s spending will be posted publicly in the coming days.