Democrats Beware: Americans Already Voting With Their Dollar

If fundraising numbers are any indication of what’s to come in the 2022 midterm and 2024 presidential elections, then Democrats have a serious cause for concern.

While the radical party of evil fear mongers, lies, cheats and steals, the Republicans are laughing all the way to the bank.

American voters are at their wits end with the chaotic clown world Democrats have forced on us — and they’re proving just that by handing over their hard-earned dollars.

On Wednesday, The National Republican Senatorial Committee announced a record-breaking fundraising haul of $104.8 million in 2021.

”The American people are rejecting the Democrats’ reckless agenda, and come November, they will reject them at the ballot box,’‘ he said, linking an official statement by the NRSC.

The year-end total includes $28.6 million raised in the fourth quarter of 2021 and $11.2 million raised in December alone.

In addition, the committee saw 169,444 first-time donors and roughly 443,000 unique donors for over $2 million in donations in 2021.

”Senate Democrats are focused on abolishing the filibuster, eliminating voter ID requirements, and reckless spending sprees instead of securing the border, fixing the supply chain, and lowering the cost of everyday goods for American families,” Scott continued.

It’s simple: voters are rejecting the Democrats’ extreme agenda and are turning to Republicans because they’re the only party willing to come up with solutions to America’s increasingly horrendous problems.

What was once a bustling nation just a short time ago has devolved into a shell of monstrous leftism, insidious wokeness, soviet censorship, and blatant authoritarianism.

As a matter of fact the American reality has become so bleak, a reported 57% of the population claims to feel we are on a serious path of destruction, according to a recent Gallup poll.

It’s not only a desire, it’s become imperative that Republicans take back both houses of Congress to prevent a worsening Democrat-enabled disaster.

Author: Nolan Sheridan