Despite all the calamity that has ensued since Biden’s ascension to the Oval Office, one clear benefit has emerged: Record numbers of Republicans have turned out to vote in the primary elections, sending a clear message to the ailing White House.
In remarks to Newsmax, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel crowed about the “huge influx of registrations” for the Republican Party, with many voters indicating that skyrocketing inflation, as evidenced by brutally high gas prices, constitute one of the largest motivators for supporting conservatives.
“They know we have the ability to be energy independent, but Joe Biden is not tapping those resources,” McDaniel remarked, in a clear reference to the Biden administration’s infamous killing of the Keystone XL Pipeline shortly after Biden stormed into office.
Aside from out of control inflation, Americans are also deeply disheartened by the results of he growing supply chain crisis, one of the many crises in which Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has proven to be completely inept.
Not to mention the White House’s shocking attacks on conservative parents, which reached a head after militant teachers organizations demanded for parents who question school curriculum to be lambasted as “domestic terrorists.”
“They see the baby formula shortage,” McDaniel added, “they see this administration calling parents domestic terrorists as they were on the front lines during the pandemic in getting their kids.”
Outside of assailing parents via baby formula shortages and militant public schools, the Biden administration has also grown notorious for its frightening foreign policy, which has endangered global security in a number of different ways.
“Let’s not forget the border, the drug crisis, the failure to withdraw effectively from Afghanistan,” McDaniel continued, highlighting foreign policy fiascos that have undoubtedly empowered dictators such as Russian President Vladimir Putin to embark on egregious acts of war, knowing that the White House will do next to nothing to stop him.
“[Biden’s policies are] moving voters to the Republican Party because they know that this midterm will be our best chance to put a check on Joe Biden when Republicans take back the House and the Senate,” McDaniel observed wryly.
In even more bad news for the Democrats, Republican voter registrations are skyrocketing in states that liberals can’t afford to lose.
“We’ve seen huge gains in states like Pennsylvania and North Carolina,” McDaniel declared, adding that Florida, which now has as many electoral votes as New York, has witnessed “more [Republicans] registered than Democrats.”
In essence, Biden provides perhaps the greatest, albeit inadvertent, marketing for the Republicans, all but ensuring a massive red wave in November’s midterm elections.