The left has been throwing their weight behind two radical candidates who seem incapable of winning anything – and midterms may have been the proverbial nail in the coffin for their failed political careers.
Democrat gubernatorial candidates Stacey Abrams and Robert Francis (Beto) O’Rourke have been trying to outduel Republicans in Georgia and Texas respectively for years now, but no matter how much money Democrats throw at them, they just can’t manage to edge out the competition.
Abrams raised more than $105 million dollars in her effort to defeat Republican Brian Kemp, and failed once again, proving to her donors that they shouldn’t even bother funding another one of her campaigns again.
Meanwhile, Abrams still refuses to accept her 2018 loss and became the very ‘election denying extremist threat’ the left has been warning about.
O’Rourke, for his part, suffered a similar fate in the state of Texas after wasting more than $75 million during his campaign to unseat Governor Greg Abbott and it’s not the first time.
In 2018, O’Rourke blew through $80 million in a bid to take down Republican Senator Ted Cruz, and another $13 million in the Democrat presidential primary.
These two extreme leftists have proven themselves to be perpetual failures and their policies are clearly too radical for the states they’re trying to compete in.
To see why this is most likely the end of the road for both Abrams and O’Rourke, watch the video here.