Former Fox News policy editor Chris Stirewalt said that if Republicans stick to their delusions about the 2020 election, they will lose again.
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) July 17, 2021
Chris Stirewalt told CNN’s Jim Acosta:
But the truth is that this is a dangerous deception for Republicans. They are sucking up your basis to try to give them the things they want. So in Texas, currently, have a law that I would do nothing. Participation has no partisan opinion. High turnout elections can favor Republicans and Democrats. Republicans are working on this legislation, doing these audits, doing these other things. Why? Because they want to suck up its base and the people in its base, who think the choice was theft. That doesn’t help Republicans with the voters they need.
TThe Pew Research Center recent and comprehensive work on what happened in 2020 election, how republicans lose the election? They were crushed in the suburbs. Joe Biden’s numbers in the suburbs rose 11 points about Hillary Clinton. It was a great defeat. How is a party going struggling to hug vaccines. How is a party going struggling with how to talk to these same voters, speaking of this thing is toxic. This is poison and reinforces the way the Republican Party lost the Senate that for this – these mischief, this nonsense in Georgia. Two seats in the Senate. They lost them. They deserve to lose them. If they can’t get over this and get over it, they will lose, again.
Trump is leading Republicans down the road to failure
By calming Donald Trump’s ego with the big lie, Republicans are preparing for future defeats in 2022 and 2024. The Republican Party is not working to win back the voters they lost in 2020.
They spend every day reminding voters why they did the right thing when they voted for Joe Biden.
The Republican Party is setting itself up for massive failure because they are still trying to win 2020 when Democrats are focused on winning 2022 and 2024.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor, who is the White House press group and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, specializing in social reform movements.
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