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Will the ‘Trump Effect’ Keep the GOP House Secure from Democrats?

If Democrats are waiting to see what will happen if the Make-Believe media is going to push conservatives and Christians into not showing up for the mid-term elections, put your funny cigarettes away. Here is the reality: the GOP voter is not only fired up but this is election is only a prelude to the knockdown smackdown Trump 2020 is prepared to lay on the RESIST Demo-Nazis.

Let’s take a trip back to another time, 1894 to be exact, to help set the stage for what 2020 may have in store for these morally challenged and politically unhinged Democrat congressional officeholders. Savor the following historical offering and then get ready for the 2020 version. As the 1894 November midterms neared, the Democrats and Democratic President Grover Cleveland, elected just two years earlier, had put the nation through a crippling railroad strike and the catastrophic Panic of 1893 recession, according to History.

What followed on November 6, one hundred and twenty-four years ago in 1894 was a biblical-sized political hurricane. Democrats lost more than 100 seats in Congress in the largest single crushing defeat and exchange of power in American history. On November 6, 2018, the nation may not see the Democrats stripped of power at that level, but the Trumpian Effect will have its impact!

Why was this literal back breaking loss so important to the Trump midterm elections now? Its simple. Congressional midterms serve as a referendum on a president’s performance. Trump has not only delivered on his own campaign promises to create a Make America Great Again formula that works, he has exceeded those expectations.

While the Resisters on the left have been savaging President Trump with their handmaidens the liberal mainstream media muckrakers, Trump has been slashing taxes, creating an economy that stimulates millions of jobs and protecting the life of the unborn while nominating two successful Supreme Court justices to the bench. But there is so much more, and The Trump rally machine is in full force on social media educating the nation about it!

The Trump Effect is more a vehicle to showcase his accomplishments but it is an effective tool for galvanizing the formerly forgotten Americans. They were factory workers, miners, farmers, service employees, mothers in the home, dads working two jobs and minority families kept politically enslaved by the Democrats. In each category, the Trump Effect was more than a “magic wand” as Obama had laughingly referred to Trump’s vision. It was real, it was powerful and it changed the life of each and every solitary American. Real change for real people.

That is why when the Trump supporters showed up at stadiums, yes, stadiums, and not just large rooms, there were so many they could not get inside, according to Real Clear Politics. The president recently held a rally in Houston where 100,000 people requested tickets even though the Toyota Center there could only accommodate 18,000. In contrast, Former President Obama was in Nevada and only 2,000 people attended the event at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas’s 18,000-seat arena. Numbers matter.

Want more? There’s more. Former Vice President Joe Biden campaigned for Democratic Senate candidate Jackie Rosen in Las Vegas — before an audience of only 500 resisters. So much for the Nevada blue wave, right?

In the end, the Trumpian Effect will close the deal on Midterm Tuesday. Even the smart money is siding with a Trump/GOP House win on November 6, according to USA TODAY. The odds on My Bookie favor Republicans maintaining hold of their majority. As of Sunday, the odds of the GOP keeping the House are at -140. It means you would need to wager $140 on the GOP to win $100 if they stay in the majority.

Don’t bet against the house or the Trump Effect on November 6th!

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Kevin Fobbs

Kevin Fobbs has more than 35 years of wide-ranging experience as a community and tenant organizer, Legal Services outreach program director, public relations consultant, business executive, gubernatorial and presidential appointee, political advisor, widely published writer, and national lecturer. Kevin is co-chair and co-founder of AC-3 (American-Canadian Conservative Coalition) that focuses on issues on both sides of the border between the two countries.