Senator Tuberville is taking no prisoners when it comes to his attack on what this years elections are really about.
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With all the progressive socialists on the ballot this year, a Republican Senator is ringing the alarm bell that the future of America is at stake.
Trending politics writes. During an interview with an Alabama radio station, Alabama’s Senator Tommy Tuberville attempted to reframe the midterm fight, casting it as a fight not between Democrats and Republicans but rather between freedom and socialism.
“You just never know. Anything can happen in the next 48-49 days, Jeff. I’m just hoping people understand this is not Democrat-Republican. This is capitalism and freedom versus socialism. That’s exactly what it is.
“And again, I’m disappointed in a lot of my Democratic colleagues up here. They don’t believe this. The people they’re representing don’t believe this. But they’re voting with these far-left goofballs that want to bring our country to our knees.”
Amid reports and polls it appears that Republicans are poised to take over the house and senate this fall.
Next News Network reported. A new Rasmussen Reports poll shows 47% percent of likely voters would cast their ballot for the Republican candidate if the elections for Congress were held today, compared to 42% who would vote for the Democrat
The figures show the Republicans are maintaining their 5-point lead from a week ago. Here’s how it breaks down.
3% said they would vote for some other candidate. Eight percent said they were uncertain.
85% of Republicans say they would vote for their own party’s congressional candidate,
compared to 80% of Democrats, who would vote for the Democrat candidate.
Even ABC admits that Biden is dragging down the democrat party.
The future of America is at stake this election cycle more so than ever before in American history. The polls show a good chance for republicans to take the majority, but that will only happen if Republicans actually get out and vote. This November it is your job to help, and to make sure that you get everyone you can to get out and vote,
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