Apparently, ‘Morning Joe’ Scarborough has figured out that the Democratic Party has shot itself in the political foot just before the midterm elections. The treatment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh by the Democratic Senators at the confirmation hearings violated many Americans’ sense of fair play. The assumption of innocence was destroyed by the Senate Democrats and their mainstream media minions. Here is what Mr. Scarborough thinks of the Kavanaugh effect.
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Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and an ardent critic of President Trump, has been on a roll lately, making a number of statements that aren’t likely to sit well with his Democrat co-workers at the network. However, they are brimming with common sense that the Democratic Party would do well to listen to.
Well, Scarborough actually went even further on Thursday by publicly admitting that Democrats’ disgraceful and unfair treatment of Kavanaugh is turning out to be a “disaster” for the party.
While Scarborough noted that, as Donald Trump’s election demonstrated, polling data four weeks out from the vote doesn’t mean a candidate’s a lock, he stressed that anyone honestly looking at the numbers after the shameless smear campaign against Kavanaugh must acknowledge that it’s turned out to be a political “disaster” for Senate Democrats, who need to win all seven of the true toss up seats in November to gain the 51-seat majority. As of right now, the chances of that happening are very, very slim, with polls trending toward Republicans in key states, including Tennessee and Arizona.
As Scarborough and his guests note, the polling data for key Senate seats is not looking good for Democrats. As The Daily Wire reported Thursday, the so-called “Kavanaugh Effect” appears to be having a major impact in the red and purple states. If the Democrats fail to win any of the “toss ups” seats, according to Real Clear Politics’ pollsters (who give Democrats 44 safe seats and Republicans 49), they will not win the Senate. Two of those seats are open seats in Tennessee and Arizona, both of which have moved dramatically in Republicans’ direction post-Kavanaugh……
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