Posted BY: Rajan Laad

If the polls and the mood of the nation are any indicators, Democrats seem on track to receive an emphatic drubbing in the midterms come November.

Biden has presided over myriad unmitigated disasters that have caused great hardship for citizens. Yet the Democrats are not even uttering perfunctory words of acknowledgment of the people’s suffering, nor are they making obligatory promises to fix problems.

They are instead resorting to petty ploys.

A recent audio clip released by Project Veritas Action revealed that South Carolina candidate for U.S. Senate Krystle Matthews had a plan to get Democrats run as Republicans so they could implement the left’s agenda upon being elected.

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The Democrats are also meddling in other Republican primaries.

Both NPR  and Politico reported that Democrats are generously funding ads supporting Republican candidates across states.

The first stop was Colorado.

The Democratic Colorado Super PAC spent at least $2.5 million on ads promoting GOP primary candidate Ron Hanks’s conservative credentials. Hanks ran against a moderate Republican, Joe O’Dea, whom experts believed, had a chance at winning the midterms because he could persuade disillusioned Democratic voters to take a second look at Republicans. Despite their spending, when primary day came, the Democrats failed, and O’Dea won that contest.

In Colorado’s 8th District House GOP primary race, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi had a PAC that ran $46,000 worth of T.V. ads highlighting former state Rep. Lori Saine’s anti-abortion and pro-gun rights stances. Once again, despite the splurging, state Sen. Barbara Kirkmeyer won that contest with Saine receiving only received 19.6% of the votes.

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