The Great News:
Thirty-five days out from the mid-terms, Gateway Pundit has issued this call:
Election 2018TL;DR: Because Trump, bigly.
Here is our prediction for the mid-terms: Republicans will pick up at least 5 and possibly 6 or 7 or more seats in the Senate and Republicans will maintain leadership in the House. Below is our support for this prediction.
The Kavanaugh confirmation shenanigans are catalyzing this, as two senate candidates, including one sitting senator, have plummeted 10 points overnight with word they'd oppose President Trump's mud-smeared SCOTUS nominee. Not only are the Deplorables not buying the b.s., neither apparently is anyone else.
Well-played, Fineswine et al. Wiping yourselves out in the Senate would be a great way to go out.
It's just one prediction, and worth exactly what you paid for it, but it's encouraging.
We can only hope GP is as correct next month as they were in 2016.
The Bad News:
The forecast starting November 7th is for a deluge of Liberal Tears.
We're talking rain amounts closer to the Amazon rainforest than to Seattle.
Expect diaper-sagging amounts of pants-wetting, coupled with poo flinging, breath-holding, and full-on Wal-Mart toddler levels of public tantrums.
Getting another steel-toed boot right to the battery housing group is going to knock the bubbles on the Leftard bubbleheads so far out of whack they may never level out.
And two years is three lifetimes in politics, but at that point, the only thing that might stop a bigger win for Trump in 2020 would be an act of god.
So why Bad News?
These aren't adults we're working with on the other side (as they keep proving).
These are toddlers with car keys and iPhones.
They'll totally lose their shit.
In ways that are ugly, and far beyond just hilarious.
Or, they could all go to their safe rooms with a blankie, their teddy bear, and some JuicyJuice, and have a good thumb-sucking cry for a few months. No telling.
It also means the last gasp of a sea change in Congress will evaporate for the Deep State.
The worst thing to finish off is a cornered, wounded animal.
If Sessions gets eased out later this year in favor of someone who'll, y'know, actually do the gorram job of Attorney General, the next batch of subpoenas, indictments, and round-ups may go out along with the annual Christmas cards this year.
Short of setting themselves on fire on live TV, I can't imagine what more CNN and MSNBC will do if a Red Tsunami comes to pass, but I can hope. The first can of high octane body wash is my treat. Because I'm a giver. And it would be worth it to see Sarah Sanders yank Jim Acosta's press pass, and give his seat to someone from The National Enquirer, and then tell Jake Tapper to tap out.
So if this isn't a normal mid-term, keep your rain gear handy.
Along with your kevlar, and a hard hat.
This might be just wishful thinking, and we'll get exactly the sh*tshow we've been expecting all along.
Stay frosty, and plan for all contingencies.
Including streamers, balloons, and cake.
There's always room for cake.