Sean Hannity delivered some bad news to soon-to-be-replaced Democratic Party leadership Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).
Hannity warned the Democrats that the tide has turned and the momentum heading into the critical midterms is on the side of the Republicans.
With inflation sinking average Americans into poverty, Democrat President Joe Biden and Kamala Harris look doomed heading into the midterm elections.
Democrats had hoped their pro-abortion rhetoric would save them.
However, respected Democrat strategist James Carville said they are making a mistake.
Carville said: “A lot of these consultants think if all we do is run abortion spots that will win for us.
“I don’t think so. It’s a good issue, the former Clinton adviser continued.
“But if you just sit there and they’re pummeling you on crime and pummeling you on the cost of living, you’ve got to be more aggressive than just yelling abortion every other word.”
“This ‘Defund the Police’ lunacy, this ‘take Abraham Lincoln’s name off the schools’ – I mean, that – people see that,” he said earlier.
“It just really has a suppressive effect all across the country.
“The Democrats, some of these people need to go to a woke detox center or something.
“They’re expressing the language that people just don’t use and there’s a backlash and a frustration at that.”
Hannity weighed in and suggested that it seems unlike for the Democrats to turn the ship around at this point.
“We are 29 days away from this inflection point in our country, a tipping point election if there ever was one, our midterms.
“Republicans now are surging all across the country.
“It seems the momentum has clearly shifted towards Republicans.
“In just a moment, we’re going to hear from Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.
“What do you hear about her opponent and New York gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin?
“He is now down by less than two points to Democrat Kathy Hochul in the liberal state of New York,” he said.
Dems predicted abortion would be Cortez Masto’s saving grace. But within Nevada’s union halls, its sun-scorched desert towns and buzzing casinos, there are signs that the abortion backlash may not be enough to overcome intense economic concerns. My story: https://t.co/xdgu4k2nUL
— Steve Peoples (@sppeoples) October 10, 2022
Don’t let them lie to you- Inflation isn’t your fault for having a job, it’s Pelosi’s fault for not doing hers. pic.twitter.com/Oq4lXwQulY
— Jason “Storm Chaser” Nelson (Shadow-Banned) (@Storm4Congress) October 9, 2022