Whilst the media kept saying that Trump hurt Republicans down ticket, the truth is Republicans will keep the House by a large margin and will win a majority of the 34 the Senate seats up for grabs this year.
Final @RRHElections Senate Ratings:— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) November 7, 2016
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If true, if the Senate goes 50-50, that means Republicans will have beaten Democrats 20-14 in the 34 Senate races. That is a huge story.
Real Clear Politics has it 21-13 in favor of Republicans. This follows a 24-12 win for Republicans two years ago.
By contrast, Barack Obama's election in 2008 gave Democrats a 20-15 win in the Senate. His re-election in 2012 gave Democrats a 23-8 win.
Once again, rather than report the news, the political press sits on the truth because it makes Hillary look bad. Like a pedophile, she has spent years grooming reporters and editors to serve in her ministry of misinformation.
But she failed in courting voters. A clear majority dislike her despite 90 percent of the coverage of her being favorable and 90 percent of her opponent's coverage being unfavorable.
Of course, Senate candidates are responsible for their own outcome. However, she has been no help at all down ticket. T]he poor faring by Democrats in the Senate races also reflects a party running on its vapors.
Any other Democratic nominee would have at least tied Republicans in the 34 Senate races, which would have led to an easy 53-47 majority for Democrats in that body. But Democrats rigged their system to nominate her.
You reap what you rig.
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