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With fewer than two weeks before the midterm elections, the GOP is roaring back to take control of the U.S. House and the Senate.
Church Militant's Martina Moyski explains how the Dems' recent noise about narrowing the gap is just that.
Newt Gingrich, former US House Speaker: "I have a hunch we're gonna win a huge victory in a few weeks, and I think it's gonna come as a great shock to the Democrats, but it will be really good for America."
Numerous polls show that Republicans and Democrats — across the states — are statistically tied when it comes to which party voters prefer to control the House.
Most polls show around 49% of voters would vote for the Democratic candidate, and 51% say they would vote Republican if the election were held today.
But according to a poll of likely voters from the Penn Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies, Republicans have a six-point lead in key battleground states, including Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Recent polls are also showing the GOP is roaring back to take control of the now-50/50 Senate.
GOP candidates are pulling away in races that had appeared neck and neck for months.
And in stubbornly-tied red states, Republican candidates are pulling ahead of their Democratic opponents.
GOP candidate Ted Budd is moving ahead in North Carolina, and J.D. Vance, a Catholic, is advancing in Ohio.
J.D. Vance: "We've got to get back to bringing prices down for families so they can go to the grocery store without breaking the bank."
It seems the Democrats' strategy to rally their voters around the abortion issue — and their lust for killing babies — isn't working with the economy and inflation looming large for ordinary Americans.
Joe Biden: "There's a lot in here that lowers the everyday cost for middle-class families."
In another recent poll, a whopping 65% of registered voters think the U.S. economy is getting worse, and 68% believe Biden is not doing enough to help Americans.
Gingrich: "When Joe Biden bought his most recent ice cream cone, it turned out that in the last 10 months, ice cream has gone up 20%."
God drowned the Egyptians in the Red Sea. But based on recent polling, the GOP is poised to drown the Dems in a red wave.
Even the Dems are expecting a red wave come November.
A New York Times poll shows the Dems' advantage with women is shrinking, especially with their messaging on abortion.
Independent women voters are also walking over to the GOP camp, according to the poll.