As I sit and write this post on Wednesday afternoon, the election is still in doubt. There are 41 seats left to be decided in the House, with 14 looking like they are leaning Republican- but 5 of the ones leaning Republican are in California and three are in New York. The Democrats have a slight edge in 25 of those races. The Republicans need 14 more seats to control the House and the Democrats need 27. In other words, control of the House can go either way, especially since only about a third of CA precincts have reported yet. Too close to call, but the left is too good at cheating for this not to go their way.
In the Senate, the vote is split at 48 apiece, but Alaska, Arizona, and Nevada are still waiting results while Georgia will have a runoff. Arizona was one of the states that had “problems.” I expect that the Dems will end up with 51 seats and will also own the Senate.
There is every possibility that the Democrats come away controlling both houses of Congress and the Whitehouse. The left even openly bragged about this a week ago: they said that results would take days, and that the Republicans wouldn’t like it. I’m calling it now- this is open shenanigan territory. It isn’t as blatant and in your face as 2020, but the fix was still in.
Say that I am black pilled if you will, but as I said two years ago, we have already had our last free and fair election in this country.
So what comes next? There will be some base pandering- codifying Roe, some stuff like that. There will be a laundry list of new laws passed. I predict that:
- SCOTUS will get term limits. Expect Thomas and Roberts to go first.
- Gun control is coming. Expect a new AWB to be the first law.
- Moves will be made to solidify the Democrat power base. Expect a “voting rights act” to be passed that makes it far easier for the Dems to stay in power.
- There will be some sort of law passed that allows them to censor social media and/or take control of Twitter from Elon Musk.
What other priorities do you see?