Polls by the establishment media are telling us that the presidential race is almost over, and that Joe Biden is supposed to be Democrat nominee for the Oval Office.
According to the Wednesday Quinnipiac poll, President Donald Trump was better prepared to go for a longer holiday to Mar-a-Lago.
The survey shows that Biden has an 11-point national advantage over Trump. Biden leads the President by 50% to the 39% of Trump, less than six months to the election in November.
Well known sound? It ought to.
An October 2016 ABC News poll shows that, a couple of weeks before the elections, Hillary Clinton was 12 points ahead of Trump.
Clinton led Trump by 50% to 38% in the poll.
We all know how, but here we are, four years later, with surveys that are supposed to reveal a blue wave.
But what’s going on in the field is a very different story than voting, and the forthcoming election in 2020 might also be a preview.
Despite the devastating polling, the Republicans have won races throughout the country.
In the 2020 election, do you think President Trump will win?
Last week, several months after Katie Hill ‘s resignation in disgrace, Mike García, a Republican who was backed by Trump fled California’s 25th Congressional District.
Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District has been awarded by Tom Tifany, another candidate with Trump support, in the Democrats’ battle to take up the seat after former GOP Rep. Sean Duffy’s resignation.
We are turning now to Northern Virginia where voters in two communities took to the polls this week, and in an obvious referendum on the far-left Ruler Ralph Northam, as well as other State and local Democrats sent incumbent Democrats packages.
There were large numbers of republicans and now, according to the Daily Caller, three democratic incumbents in the city council are out of work.
Democrats Erik Curren, Ophie Kier and James Harrington were expelled from the community that voted twice for former President Barack Obama.
According to the WHSV the Democrats in the council will be replaced by Republicans Mark Robertson, Amy Darby and Steve Claffey and Republican Andrea Oakes won the re election – allowing conservative candidates to sweep up electoral competition on the municipal council and giving the Republicans a majority on the council.
Elector of Lana Williams and Bruce Allen, the two Republicans who gave the city council a Republican majority, have been elected in the next city of Waynesboro, too.
In Staunton, where the three incumbent Democratic leaders had almost doubled their overall votes from 2016, Chris Graham, the Augusta Free Press, noted surprising results of the polls, but still succeeded in losing them all.
Graham claimed that there were unusually large numbers of Democrats, but the Republicans waged a tide.
‘Those are all more than their overall votes for 2016, Ophie Kier, James Harrington and Erik Curren in their re-elections in 2020’ he wrote.
“Democrats have better out their voters in years than in the May cycle,” Graham said. “The Republicans are more like the turnout, not just a presidential year, but moving closer to the establishment.”
“We are now run by the Republicans,” said Graham, “The town that has twice voted on Barack Obama, voted on Hillary Clinton, voted on Terry McAuliffe and Northam, and even given Jennifer Lewis a strong majority in its 2018 congreen contest against Ben Cline,”
“What happens in politics seldom shocks me, but I must admit I didn’t see this happening.”
Since law-makers in Virginia were threatening civil freedoms, voters in a democratic stronghold sent a strong message first with proposals for arms collection, and now with prolonged draconian lockdowns in the coronavirus.
“Conservative slates were regulated as groups in both cities and stressed in their campaigns the Second Amendment,” Graham wrote.
“In fact, tactics have succeeded and both D and R have improved, but Staunton ‘s change is incredible almost beyond expression.”
Those in Virginia join in sending a similar message to Democrats and to the Wisconsinites in the same month.
Women voters stood up for their rights in the sense of Democrats telling us that such freedoms can be fragile.
It is time for national polls to start writing a Republican Party eulogy.
Republicans appear to be energised from coast to coast, ready to stand up to the Democrats and resist liberal funding from a tyrannical big government.