Despite all the talk of a “blue wave” from Democrats and the mainstream media, the midterm election early voting numbers tell a very different story.
“Republican-affiliated voters have outpaced Democratic-affiliated voters in early voting in seven closely watched states, according to data provided by TargetSmart and independently analyzed by the NBC News Data Analytics Lab,” NBC News reported.
The report added, “GOP-affiliated voters have surpassed Democratic-affiliated ones in early voting in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Montana, Tennessee and Texas, the data showed.”
The only state that Democratic-affiliated voters won out was Nevada.
That’s not exactly the “blue wave” liberals were hoping for.
Keep in mind, the states where Republicans are outpacing Democrats in early voting are states that will be key to determining whether the GOP will maintain control of the U.S. Senate, which will be pivotal for President Donald Trump’s agenda.
Even left-leaning NBC admits in its report: “The latest data suggests robust enthusiasm among early Republican voters that could put a dent in Democratic hopes for a "blue wave" in next month's midterm elections.”
President Trump spoke out about the dangers of allowing Democrats to take control of Congress.
"Best Jobs Numbers in the history of our great Country! Many other things likewise," Trump tweeted. "So why wouldn’t we win the Midterms? Dems can never do even nearly as well! Think of what will happen to your now beautiful 401-k’s!"
Maybe Democrats should start panicking.