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The Blue Wave Continues

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1 The Blue Wave Continues on 11/26/2018, 10:01 pm

It continues tonight with NBC reversing a call of a district in California that they had given to the Republican representative. He is now behind in the actual vote count, and if and when the Democrat finally wins, it will give the Dems a 40 vote gain in house seats overall for the mid-terms. 40 is definitely a wave, no matter what happens with the Senate vote tomorrow in Mississippi.
Also, over 9 million more Americans voted for Democratic representatives in this election than voted for Republicans.
The blue wave keeps rolling in.

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2 Re: The Blue Wave Continues on 11/26/2018, 10:55 pm

It's pretty typical to see the House change hands in a midterm.  I wouldn't get too excited about it.  It was pretty much expected.

The real question is whether and how the Democrats will be able to capitalize on it for 2020?   Trump's now got the Democrat House to blame everything that goes wrong in the country upon … and don't think he won't try.

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3 Re: The Blue Wave Continues on 11/26/2018, 11:05 pm

bigdog wrote:It continues tonight with NBC reversing a call of a district in California that they had given to the Republican representative. He is now behind in the actual vote count, and if and when the Democrat finally wins, it will give the Dems a 40 vote gain in house seats overall for the mid-terms. 40 is definitely a wave, no matter what happens with the Senate vote tomorrow in Mississippi.
Also, over 9 million more Americans voted for Democratic representatives in this election than voted for Republicans.
The blue wave keeps rolling in.



It is a wave for sure. Let's hope it's big enough so that we wave our goodbyes to the king of lies in 2020.

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4 Re: The Blue Wave Continues on 11/27/2018, 7:13 pm

EmeraldGhost wrote:It's pretty typical to see the House change hands in a midterm.  I wouldn't get too excited about it.  It was pretty much expected.

The real question is whether and how the Democrats will be able to capitalize on it for 2020?   Trump's now got the Democrat House to blame everything that goes wrong in the country upon … and don't think he won't try.

Oh, he can try. But he won't be around for 2020. I'm thinking RICO at the state level. There's already a civil suit which appears to come under the statutes.

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5 Re: The Blue Wave Continues on 11/27/2018, 7:19 pm

EmeraldGhost wrote:The real question is whether and how the Democrats will be able to capitalize on it for 2020?   Trump's now got the Democrat House to blame everything that goes wrong in the country upon … and don't think he won't try.

After the Manafort reveal today, this is what the future looks like for Trump:

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6 Re: The Blue Wave Continues on 11/27/2018, 8:02 pm

Floridatexan wrote:
EmeraldGhost wrote:It's pretty typical to see the House change hands in a midterm.  I wouldn't get too excited about it.  It was pretty much expected.

The real question is whether and how the Democrats will be able to capitalize on it for 2020?   Trump's now got the Democrat House to blame everything that goes wrong in the country upon … and don't think he won't try.

Oh, he can try.  But he won't be around for 2020.  I'm thinking RICO at the state level.  There's already a civil suit which appears to come under the statutes.

#outbyseptember again?

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7 Re: The Blue Wave Continues on 11/27/2018, 8:15 pm

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8 Re: The Blue Wave Continues on 11/28/2018, 12:59 am

PkrBum wrote:
Floridatexan wrote:
EmeraldGhost wrote:It's pretty typical to see the House change hands in a midterm.  I wouldn't get too excited about it.  It was pretty much expected.

The real question is whether and how the Democrats will be able to capitalize on it for 2020?   Trump's now got the Democrat House to blame everything that goes wrong in the country upon … and don't think he won't try.

Oh, he can try.  But he won't be around for 2020.  I'm thinking RICO at the state level.  There's already a civil suit which appears to come under the statutes.

#outbyseptember again?

https://www.justia.com/criminal/docs/rico/

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