Fox News host Jesse Watters has slammed the Democrats for making excuses for why they will probably lose big in the midterms rather than just “admit their policies are failing.”
Watters is calling out the latest excuse coming from the Democrats after the Left claimed that Russia is planning to interfere in the next election to help Republicans.
However, intelligence officials have admitted there’s no evidence to support the claims.
Watters said: “The Democrats – I know, because I know Democrats – they want power.
“That’s the most important thing.
“So this poll acknowledges it.
“The Democrats don’t think that Joe Biden can win re-election.
“They think his presidency is so far costing them power in the House.
“Democrats obviously want their agenda enacted and so far Joe Biden has not really been effective in enacting their agenda.
“Some people own up to it, recognize their error, and improve.
“Others make excuses. Show up to work late, there is traffic.
“Miss a pop fly, the sun was in my eyes.
“Forget to do your homework? Of course, the dog ate it.
“If you have been around long enough you probably have a pretty good b.s. detector and tell when someone is making excuses.
“So, when Democrats came out with their latest reason for why they are going to get shellacked in the midterms.
“It raised some red flags.
“Apparently, U.S. intelligence officials told the a.p. that Russia may start a new campaign to meddle in our election but they also admit that there is no evidence.
“This is actually going to happen.
“So, if there is no proof, then why is this story coming out now?
“Well, pretty soon Democrats are going to lose as they have never lost before.
“And they need an excuse.
Otherwise, they would have to admit that their policies are failing and voters hate them.
“This should sound familiar.
“Hillary Clinton got the Trump-Russia investigation started back in 2016.
“And she is already saying if Trump runs and wins in 2024, well, it’s because he cheated,” he said.
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— Jesse Watters Primetime (@jesseprimetime) April 6, 2022