If the November midterm elections were held on January 7, 2021, with temperatures of 85 degrees in Minneapolis in the middle of winter and Republicans legislating “The Handmaid’s Tale” in states, the Democratic Party may have a field day.
However, that is not how it works. Kellyanne Conway, former White House adviser and campaign manager for Donald Trump, predicts that the left will be wiped out in the elections next month for this reason.
Conway joined on Fox News Radio on Friday to discuss the problems facing America and how the ruling party is ignoring them all.
Instead, they were focusing on three issues, none of which Americans cared about, she claimed.
“The Democrats want the entire election to be about abortion, climate and Jan. 6,” Conway said on “The Brian Kilmeade Show.”
“They wake up every morning and their calendar says Jan. 6, 2021,” she stated.
Conway regarded it as “a very dark day in our nation’s history, a terrible day”; but one that’s taken on undue focus.
“If somebody broke the law, arrest them, prosecute them, let them know what their fate is, and let’s get going here,” she said. “But every single day on [Democrats’] calendars is Jan. 6, 2021.”
She may also agree that every day is June 24, 2022. On that date, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Roe v. Wade’s manufactured constitutional right to an abortion was just that: fabricated.
Now, the Democrats want to enshrine the right to kill an unborn child into federal law, and they’ve made it one of their midterm priorities despite the fact that Roe v. Wade’s overturning hasn’t earned them the traction they had hoped for.
Joining abortion and January 6 in the trifecta of Democrat midterm themes is climate change spending. This is likely due to the fact that climate change spending is the Democrats’ lone big electoral victory this year, approved under the questionable name “Inflation Reduction Act.” They now desire more of it.
As Conway pointed out, none of these topics are viewed as urgent by American people. With inflation, crime, a deteriorating school system, and a drug epidemic, the nation has mostly moved on from the Capitol intrusion and has little interest in the other issues.
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“Every day on my calendar is Oct. 6, Nov. 6, Dec. 6. The rent is due, the car payment is due, the tuition payment is due, the mortgage payment is due and I can’t do it,” Conway said.
“People are white-knuckled and worried about paying their utility bills, their insurance bills,” she continued. “The gas and grocery conversation is an important one, but it’s a six-month-old example. Now people are looking at this winter with great trepidation.” CONTINUE READING…