Look at the Data: Republicans Won

While the midterms weren’t exactly the ‘Red Tsunami’ we had all anticipated – the Republicans did still manage to secure more seats than the Democrats, with the data indicating it was actually a big win for the GOP.

The mainstream media has been propagating the narrative that the midterms were a colossal failure for the Republican party, and you would be justified in believing that, except it’s not exactly the truth.

MSM has been extremely selective in which races they are giving coverage to in an effort to paint a grimmer picture about the results of the election.

There has been no discussion around the rather important races that took place in state legislatures and local school boards – races where Republicans completely dominated and have been for some time now.

 

Since November of 2021 more than 100 school board seats have been flipped by Republican candidates. On Tuesday’s election, Republicans also managed to stave off supposed up-and-coming Democrats such as Stacey Abrams in Georgia and Beto O’Rourke in Texas.

The GOP also secured a Republican controlled House – albeit with a slimmer margin than they had hoped – which will be enough to shutdown President Biden’s radical agenda items that pose a serious danger to the future of America.

Don’t buy into the media narratives designed to make you feel a certain way, simply look at the facts to find out what really happened.

Watch the video here to hear them for yourself.


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