Kamala Harris Says VA Election Will Impact Next Two Elections

Vice President Kamala Harris is regretting her words against after her last minute campaign speech for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe after the left was swept in GOP wipeout.

Harris told the crowd that what happens at the 2021 election in Virginia would impact 2022, 2024 and beyond.

The fact is, she’s right. But the truth is, the impact is more likely to hurt Democrats, including her own future in the White House, as Virginia’s red wave kicks in and spreads nationwide.

What will happen in 2022? The likelihood of a GOP return to power in the House is strong. Control of the Senate may also tip just by Herschel Walker winning in Georgia.

With governors, we’re now at 28 Republicans. By 2022, the number could go up to 30 or more.

But that’s only if the red wave continues. Which depends somewhat on Harris continuing her backfiring talks. And Biden’s gaffes. So far so good in those departments.

If the Brandon administration keeps this up, we’ll find plenty of new Republicans in office in the next year, and hopefully in the White House.

Just think about it. Biden is unlikely to be able to run by 2024. Harris has shown to be an unpopular candidate. That leaves room for a MAGA comeback, or at least a conservative leader with an America first perspective.


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