Democrats Horrified By What Just Happened in Connecticut

President Biden has witnessed his approval rating sink down like a stone after the disaster in Kabul.

In an even worse sign for Dems, and probably proof that their chances for keeping their small lead in the House and Senate in 2022 are doomed, the Republicans just flipped a state senate seat during a Connecticut special election inside a district that Biden won by 25 points in the 2020 election.

The GOP State Leadership Committee (RSLC) said through an email that: “State conservatives tonight delivered the first change of a state seat during a special election by either party this year, as the GOP’s Ryan Fazio beat liberal Dem Alex Gevanter in Connecticut’s District 36 – a district which Biden captured by over 25% in 2020.”

RSLC President Dee Duncan stated that: “After keeping the line in two Biden-won districts in this region early this year, our momentum keeps going tonight with the first flip of the 2021 election cycle.”

“Congratulations to Republican Ryan Fazio on having a strong campaign. His victory shows that the people of Connecticut are tired of the radical taxing agenda coming from the liberals in Hartford and in our nation’s capitol.”

“They are looking for leaders with common sense who will support conservative policies that will help the economy, create new jobs, lower regulations, reduce taxes, and keep our families safe.”

“With Democrats in control of Washington, it’s more crucial than ever that we support strong Republican leaders in our states.”

“Tonight’s result is more evidence that the GOP is on the offense this cycle, and the RSLC does not have any intention of slowing down when fighting the tough battle ahead of us.”

“The RSLC will keep supporting state conservatives to guarantee wins like this so we can continue growing the future of our party and prevent socialism from spreading throughout our nation,” he said.

This comes at a time when Trump is gaining support in all polls. Including in recent polls which revealed he had gained support among Black and Latino Americans. He has yet to officially announce any potential run in 2024, although he has hinted at this being his plan many times.

Author: Blake Ambrose