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WashTimes: Bossie: Unhinged radicals are driving the Democrats' bus right off the cliff

The Biden administration is whistling past the graveyard trying to downplay the dire electoral straits Democrats find themselves in heading into 2022.  

With Republican Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin winning in blue Virginia and liberal New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy barely managing to hang on against underdog Republican Jack Ciattarelli, the writing is on the wall for the radicalized Democrat Party to either pivot to the middle or make their prospects far worse by continuing to push their socialist agenda.

With the U.S. House’s passage of President Biden’s irresponsible multi-trillion-dollar budget reconciliation inflation bill, it appears they’re choosing the latter option at their peril.

To that point, the opening line from an ABC News analysis of their recent survey should command everyone’s full attention: “Republican congressional candidates currently hold their largest lead in midterm election vote preferences in ABC News/Washington Post polls dating back 40 years….”

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David N. Bossie and Citizens United Political Victory Fund Endorse Chip Roy For Re-Election To U.S. House

"Along with Citizens United Political Victory Fund, I'm pleased to endorse Chip Roy for the U.S. House from Texas' 21st congressional district.  Congressman Roy is a principled constitutional conservative and the tip of the spear in Congress when it comes to fighting Joe Biden's radical socialist agenda.  When Biden abuses his authority, rips up the Constitution, or advances socialist policies that aim to fundamentally change America, I know Chip Roy will be leading the fight to stop him every time.

In just ten months in office, President Biden has created a border crisis, an inflation crisis, a crime crisis, an Afghanistan crisis, a supply chain crisis, and a vaccine mandate crisis and we need leaders like Chip Roy in Congress now more than ever to defend our God-given rights.

Chip understands what's at stake; if America is to remain a vibrant Constitutional Republic, the scourge of socialism must be defeated now. Quite simply, a vote for Chip Roy is a vote to put America first."

-Citizens United President David N. Bossie


RCP: Bossie: Biden's Misery Index Makes Carter Presidency Seem Good

Fast-forward to today and leave it to the grossly incompetent Joe Biden to bring back the misery index and inject it with steroids. 

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Fox News: Bossie: Biden's misery index makes Carter presidency seem like the good old days

Biden has ushered in another crisis of confidence, one further in reach and much more dangerous

The mood across the country is palpable. While it's a totally unfamiliar feeling to some, it's a feeling that many older Americans never wanted to have again. It's dreary and uncertain, like a system of dark clouds has parked itself over the country. 

I've been around long enough to remember the so-called misery index from the Jimmy Carter presidency during the late 1970s. At the time, the misery index was simply the rate of inflation added to the rate of unemployment. But to a country searching for its national identity and a return to peace and prosperity after the assassinations of the 1960s, Watergate and the Vietnam War, it meant much more than that.

Similar to today's gloomy headlines about the Consumer Price Index jumping 6.2% over the past year - its highest point in 30 years – and reports that a record 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in September, it's just a sliver of the entire story.

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WashTimes: Bossie: Kamala Harris finally gets something right

A red wave is coming

Vice President Kamala Harris finally got something half right when she recently said on the campaign trail in Norfolk that "what happens in Virginia will in large part determine what happens in 2022, 2024, and on." Indeed, Ms. Harris was spot on in her assessment about the importance of the elections in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the outcome was crystal clear. Republicans won the races for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General while also picking up seven seats in the House of Delegates on their way to capturing a 52 - 48 seat majority.

The brutal reality for Democrats today is that the ultimate takeaway from the 2021 elections is that throughout many regions of the country, in constituencies of all shapes, sizes and demographics, Republicans carried the day with common sense, America first, anti-critical race theory, pro-law and order, low tax, pro-competency message. Amid the Biden-caused crises and socialist insanity swirling around us, it’s no surprise that it worked like a charm.

In addition to the cataclysmic event for Democrats in Virginia, cable news banners stating that the governor's race in deep-blue New Jersey is still "too close to call" - days after the fact - is inflicting damage that will be long felt on the left. Even if incumbent Democrat Governor Phil Murphy narrowly escapes a humiliating defeat by a few thousand votes, this overarching narrative will have already taken hold: People are disgusted with what President Joe Biden and the Democrats have done over the past ten months, and these election results make clear that President Donald J. Trump was right when he declared, "America will never be a socialist country."

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Fox News: David Bossie: Virginia just says no to Biden's socialist agenda

It was a horrible, horrible night for Joe Biden and his band of socialist Democrats. That’s the only way to describe the shellacking Democrats took in every competitive race in the country last night. 

The significance of Republican Glenn Youngkin’s victory in the Virginia gubernatorial race over heavily favored Democrat Terry McAuliffe cannot be overstated. And a yet-to-be-called nail-biter at the top of the ticket in New Jersey is sending shockwaves throughout the Democrat Party.  

When the general election campaign began in Virginia five short months ago, few gave Youngkin a shot in a state that hasn’t elected a Republican chief executive since 2009.  But 12 long years later, it was all Youngkin, who finished strong with the backing of a highly energized Republican base of support that made the big turnaround in Virginia a reality with a 50.7% to 48.6% victory.  

Just four years ago, Democrat Ralph Northam defeated well-regarded Republican Ed Gillespie 54% to 45% and Virginia looked like a lost cause for the GOP.  

Furthermore, the shocking results in the governor’s race in deep blue New Jersey put an exclamation point on the Democrats’ disastrous night. Incumbent Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy and Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli are currently deadlocked in a race that’s still far too close to call in a state Joe Biden won by 16 points last November.  

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Fox News: David Bossie: Youngkin vs. McAuliffe in Virginia – governor's race will set course for Biden, 2022 midterms

All eyes are on Virginia as America awaits the results of Tuesday's gubernatorial election

All eyes are on Virginia as America awaits the results of Tuesday's highly anticipated gubernatorial election. Virginia's off-year elections are an early bellwether for a president's first-year job performance and the 2021 vote in the Old Dominion will have major implications for the 2022 midterm elections and beyond.

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with the controversial 2020 presidential election still fresh in our minds and the country more bitterly divided than ever, the contest between former Democrat Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Republican political newcomer Glenn Youngkin has all the markings of an enormously consequential election.

And over the past month, the race has tightened significantly, to the point that many polls are finding the race deadlocked. According to Real Clear Politics, the most recent average of polls has Youngkin at 48.2% and McAuliffe at 47.3%. You can't get much closer than that.

We've learned a lot over the past few months about the mood of the country as we've simultaneously observed the general election campaign unfold in Virginia while President Joe Biden rolled out his radical socialist agenda. On the eve of Election Day in Virginia, here are some major takeaways.

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WashTimes: What Democrats’ House retirements mean for 2022 election

Biden campaigned on 'unity' and 'normalcy' but has delivered just the opposite

The all-important 2022 midterm elections are just over a year away, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. Socialism and President Joe Biden’s radical left-wing agenda are on the ballot, and what kind of country we hand off to our children and grandchildren will be tested.

Radical House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds a razor-thin 222 to 213 majority in the U.S. House of Representatives, so there’s literally no room for error for the Democrats. Republicans need a net pickup of just five seats to reach the magic number of 218 seats to take back the majority in the House.

There’s no question that to maintain control of Congress next year, the radicalized Democrats in the House will have to make a dramatic move to the center, and even that may not save them. Consider the headwinds that Mrs. Pelosi and company are currently facing. First and foremost, the party in power almost always loses House seats in a president’s first midterm election. Republicans lost 26 House seats in President Ronald Reagan’s first midterm in 1982; Democrats lost 54 House seats in President Bill Clinton’s first midterm in 1994, and Democrats lost a whopping 63 House seats in 2010 in President Barack Obama’s first midterm.

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A red wave is coming

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