Press "Enter" to skip to content

This Is A Simple Path For Republicans To Retake House & CONTROL OF AMERICA

We all can sit around and complain about our current President of the United States but that just won’t get us anywhere. What we can do, is figure how to let our puppet of a President sit back and do nothing while Republicans can gain control where legislation actually happens.

With upcoming Mid-terms, there is much optimism and opportunity for the Republican Party. Republicans have an opportunity to regain total control of the House and Senate which will ultimately change policy in America for the better.

More from MotherJones.com

Republicans could pick up anywhere from six to 13 seats in the House of Representatives—enough to retake the House in 2022—through its control of the redistricting process in Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and Texas alone, according to a new analysis by the Democratic data firm TargetSmart that was shared exclusively with Mother Jones. Republicans need to gain just five seats to regain control of the House.

The Republican redistricting advantage goes far beyond those four states: They’ll be able to draw 187 congressional districts, compared to 75 for Democrats. (The rest will be drawn by independent commissions or divided state governments.) But those states are at the highest risk of extreme gerrymandering, according to the Brennan Center for Justice, and they have 94 seats, roughly a fifth of the House. Republicans could draw as many as five new GOP congressional districts in Florida alone, giving them control of the House by redrawing maps in just one state. They’re also likely to gain two to three seats through new maps in Texas, one to three in Georgia, and one to two in North Carolina, according to TargetSmart.

A GOP takeover of the House will not only derail Biden’s agenda; it raises the prospect that a GOP-controlled House would not accept the results of a contested 2024 presidential election, given that 65 percent of House Republicans refused to certify the election results in 2020. A party that took power through anti-democratic means could then dramatically escalate its effort to subvert American democracy.

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Daily Allegiant