Trump’s Victory in the Midterms was Fake News
By: Cliff Kincaid
A special report from America’s Survival, Inc.
Republican National Committee Ronna McDaniel claims the forecasted Democratic Party blue wave tsunami turned into a ripple. In fact, Democrats could win 40 House seats, the most since Watergate. And another Watergate is what House Democrats have promised for President Trump. Democratic Party moneybags Tom Steyer spent more than $100 million promoting impeachment. He wants a return on investment.
The actual ripple, meaning something small or practically insignificant, best describes the Republican victories in the red states of Texas and Georgia. Republican Senator Ted Cruz barely survived, winning by three points, and Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp is claiming victory with just over 50 percent of the vote.
Nevertheless, former Fox anchor Eric Bolling, now with CRTV, claimed that “the blue wave never came” and that “It was all just fake news to try to hurt President Trump.” These deceptions must be challenged. The massive conservative defeats on November 6 are the result of “progressive” determination and conservative weakness, ignorance, and indifference. Fox News, with openly gay Shepard Smith spouting anti-conservative and anti-Trump remarks one hour a day, proved not to be the effective counter-balance to the liberal media. What’s worse, Fox became part of the problem when it banned criticism of hedge fund billionaire and Democratic Party donor George Soros.