Rep Jim Jordan Discusses President Trump’s Record and the Midterm Election Outlook…

Ohio Representative Jim Jordan discusses President Trump’s record with the insufferable Neil “eeyore” Cavuto.

Jim Jordan’s Ohio district is home to one of the largest U.S. manufacturing regions in the country. If there is any representative who understands how MAGAnomics is providing benefits to the heartland middle-class it’s Jim Jordan.

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123 Responses to Rep Jim Jordan Discusses President Trump’s Record and the Midterm Election Outlook…

  1. Katie says:

    That is still one of my favorite rally moments – when President Trump said Jim Jordan’s name and the whole place goes insane. President Trump noticed this and pulled Jim onto the stage where, after they hug, President Trump gives him the microphone. You could see how amazed Jim was – both at the crowd size and reception to him and the President pulling him out like that.

    I hope Jim becomes Speaker. He and the President could make a really good team.

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    • Milo says:

      Nancy Pelosi could well become the Speaker.

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      • sickconservative says:

        Please I just ate.
        Get out and vote.

        Liked by 22 people

        • George1 says:

          Like you life depends on it.

          Liked by 8 people

          • @ChicagoBri says:

            So I have a question for fellow Treepers. I live in Chicago, Illinois. My choice for House: is a D I swore I’d never vote for because of how he was first maneuvered onto the ballot by his same-named-then-Congressman father; and an R who is an actual Nazi (not simply an aspersion cast by media and Ds.) There are no third party candidates for this office, though there are Libertarians up for statewide offices. Would you vote for the D, the R, or not vote for that office?

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            • MelH says:

              ChicagoBri, I just voted for a Globalist I would usually NEVER consider, but Republican is first priority! Vote for ANY Republican. This time we don’t have the luxury of thinking any further than that.

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            • svenwg says:

              CB consider what would happen to the Congress if the Demoncraps take the House. The first thing that would happen is that people like Maxine Waters, Corrie Booker and Adam Shitforbrains would all become the Chairman of their respective Committee leading to the immediate shutdown of all investigations into Spygate.

              Secondly, Articles of Impeachment would be the first order of business and even if the Senate would not vote for it, just consider the chaos that the President’s Administration would be thrown into.

              The simple answer is to vote Red up and down the ticket ensuring that at least the Chairmen of all the Committees are Republicans and that they will work to shutdown the Mulehead witch-hunt and exonerate the President from any and all of the Lefts accusations. I hope that helps.

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            • ChiBri we can recover from your Nazi. We will never recover our liberty and prosperity if the D win and put Pelosi as House Speaker.

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            • PoCoNoMo says:

              Vote R if you like what your president has been doing for this country. Pelosi has ordered Dems not to talk about impeachment until after the midterms. And there are more Supreme Court noms to come. Since you’ve been doing your diligent research, I don’t have to tell you what the Democrats are really all about. You don’t say your R choice is a Nazi, but that somebody who acted on behalf of your choice is a Nazi – which could be true, or due to a smear. Dem history is: “smear the heck out of the poor guy from now to the election with the might of our elite-owned MSM, and if forced we’ll make the retraction in small print on page 32.”
              And for God’s sake, quit subjecting yourself to politicians and media that don’t have our country’ best interests at heart.

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            • SFJ says:

              Voting Demotard gives them control of committees, subpoena power and ability to thwart the MAGA agenda….
              Cant do it

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            • @ChicagoBri says:

              Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Friday that Chicagoans should vote for Democrats instead of Jones. “This is horrific, an avowed Nazi running for Congress,” Cruz wrote. “To the good people of Illinois, you have two reasonable choices: write in another candidate, or vote for the Democrat. This bigoted fool should receive ZERO votes.”

              FYI, GOP is not truly a national party any longer, as it is dead in the once great state of Illinois. Far left Ds about to rule state, and. far left D will run Chicago. We are doomed.

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            • yy4u says:

              I would write in a candidate’s name as I do all the time in my city when council members run unopposed. I fully intended to write in Donald Trump’s name in 2016 had he lost the nomination to an ersatz Republican like Jeb! or Marco. I’m stuck voting with ersatz establishment Republicans while POTUS is in office, but that ends when he’s out of office unless they are gone (not likely with Romney now taking up McCain’s place as the Democrats’ mole in the Senate).

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      • peace says:

        Why do you think this? Cite the data.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Where? In Venezuela?

        Go back under the bridge and whine on GP or BB. And don’t forget your 25 pieces of Satan Soros tin…

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      • mimbler says:

        The polls are so bad, it is hard for me to predict, but I’m feeling fairly comfortable we will gain in the Senate and narrowly hold the house.

        Early voting records are not supporting the very pessimistic polls.

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        • Paqul Killinger says:

          Aren’t those the same pollsters who “elected” President Hillary?

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          • mimbler says:

            Yes, they are.
            And when I said “bad” I meant unreliable, and unbelievable.
            I probably wasn’t very clear about that.

            So my problem in predicting is trying to guess “how bad” they are! 🙂

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        • yy4u says:

          Past behavior is the only indicator we can go on of present behavior. In 2004, around 5pm the media got giddy. (Exit polls were showing a Kerry victory). Bush won. In 2014, KY and GA were supposed to be nailbiters. McConnell was supposed to be in the fight of his life against Grimes. In GA Sam Nunn’s daughter was in a dead heat with Perdue. At least that’s what the media’s polls showed. Meanwhile in VA, Mark Warner was a shoo in, leading Gillespie by double digits. I turned on Fox News (I watched them then) at 7:00 and by 7:05 they’d called KY for McConnell (he won by 15 points) and GA for Perdue. VA was “too close to call” and didn’t get called until late that night with Warner barely squeaking by.
          Then in 2016, we all tuned in to see our magnificent lion loose to the harridan because the polls told us she had a 90% chance of defeating him. We know how that turned out.

          So the only poll we can count on is the final tally and nobody can know what that is. We lie to exit pollsters or refuse to answer them. We don’t answer our phones when a political number comes up. So how can anybody know. Polls today are in my opinion just another tool in the media’s toolbox of how they try to fix elections. The Dems might well win, but no way to know that until the last vote is tallied.

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          • yy4u says:

            I forgot to add that in 2016, the Repubs were supposed to lose the House AND the Senate. That’s what the Democrat polls were telling us. They were shocked when Johnson beat Feingold. NOBODY saw that coming. Hillary was supposed to have carte blanche — House, Senate and HERSELF as president. A Globalist Socialist dream come true. America was done for except as a piggy bank until we ran out of money. But it didn’t happen. NOt only did Hillary not win, the Repubs held the House and the Senate. Kelly Ayote lost but she had turned against Trump big time. (Ticked me off that he forgave her and gave her a job. She could have held her seat had she supported him).

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      • Hun Driver Widow says:

        Pelosi? Speaker of what mental hospital? I guess you’ve missed all the Trump rallies.

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      • tomf says:

        Why are you here?
        The Huffington Post is calling.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        Milo: Don’t see that happening as the democrats are tired of Hillary and Pelosi and hopefully Maxipad as well. They are causing more democrats to leave the party and all three are shall we say somewhat insane!

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      • LKAinLA says:

        She could….but we will make sure that does not happen at the ballot box. Imo, she is too old to be there. Talk about a person who does not know when to leave the stage. If she and Feinstein continue to stay, due to their age, the world will witness their eventual decline. The signs are already there yet they seem to be the last to know.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          Nasty and Find swine will never retire unless voted out. They are like Fat Ted and Sheets Byrd, they think they are entitled to there positions because they are so much “better” than we little folks are.

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      • Tripp Fields says:

        I still want to make sure everyone goes to vote and not get complacent but there’s not a chance in hell that the Republicans lose the the house or Senate. There’s nothing that the Democrat party has to offer than Russian conspiracy theories, simpathy for illegal immigrant invaders and violent lunatic leftist mobs. The swing voter segment will run away from them like the plague and the conservative base is fired up like never before. The economy is roaring better than any time even under Reagan. The polls are nothing but fake gaslighting to desperately try to depress Republican turnout in hopes of a “blue wave” to retake the congress as their last chance to try to help Meuller impeach Trump.

        Let me stress again that the Democrats have nothing to offer the electorate except simpathy for marching hordes of illegals, Russian conspiracy theories about Trump, and violent mobs of trust fund babies dressed up like ninjas (Antifa). And remember, conservative outnumber leftists nearly two to one in this country. Sundance was correct during the election when he pointed out the fact that since you know that the media’s news is fake and you don’t believe it; why would you believe their polls? And of course we found out that that was true because Trump didn’t just beat Hillary he slaughtered her.

        But all the same if you haven’t voted yet make sure you do. The more nails we put in their coffin the better.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          early voting shiws the GOP up in 24 of 41 states that have early voting, including states like Pennsylvania which has several closely contested house races. RATS need 23 seats to take over the House, the reason I think they WONT get the hosue is the assumption pollsters are making that all blacks and Hispanics are automatically going to vote as they did in 2012. Trump made small inroads in 2016 in both communities, and appears to be making even more this year.

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      • Thomas Berwick says:

        Milo, please consider the following proposition very carefully. Here it is:

        The Democrats will control the house by exactly two votes.

        Now, do you believe this to be possible?

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      • littlequilterkitty says:

        Milo, lets hope and pray not. America deserves much better than the anti-American, communist Pelosi.

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      • dbobway says:

        Nancy Pelosi ‘was once’ speaker of the House.

        After losing Tuesday ‘bad’ she is expecting to persue a role in ‘The house of thrones”
        They were going giving her a big role, but she can’t remember her lines. So they’re going to star Nancy as a mute ‘eye juggler’ for the royalties amusement.

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      • canadacan says:

        No negativity please

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    • huecowacko says:

      The GOP will retain control of the House, and Jordan must be Speaker; McCarthy is not trustworthy; McCarthy is running as an immigration hawk(where has he been?), but he’s a Ryan associate and is afraid to lead, Jordan isn’t.

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  2. agentcommonsense says:

    Neil Wah-wah Cavuto . The economy is on fire Neil ” Wah-wah yeah but can it last ? ”
    Neil everyone and their mother has a job ” Wah-wah yeah but

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    • Landslide says:

      He’s droopy the dog. Gloom, despair, and agony on me. 😩😩😩🤢🤢🤢 Can.not.watch.

      However, it was pretty sweet watching him blubbering and saying, “This was totally unexpected. This was not supposed to happen.” On Election night 2016! He didn’t smile once. Waa waa waa!

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      • gman-reloaded says:

        I can’t stand Cavuto so I won’t even watch the clip. No kidding, I feel like somehow getting to the Fox news set and giving Cavuto a beat down down on National TV. The kind of beat down that will completely erase all smugness.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Can’t understand why anyone would vote for the Democrats.

      Liked by 9 people

  3. TeaForAll says:

    The next SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE

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    • 4sure says:

      We hope. However, the GOPe will never allow it.

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      • Landslide says:

        I remember seeing a tweet by Don Jr. that supported McCarthy (just in general). PDJT has surely praised him also. If they end up supporting him, they must have a darn good reason…..easier to manipulate?????

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        • MelH says:

          McCarthy fully intends to be Speaker. He is in every WH photo, watch him jockey for position! “Looks aren’t everything”, but McCarthy always wears a jacket and looks like he must be someone important. Jim Jordan is proud of the fact that he doesn’t wear a jacket and won’t ever wear a jacket, he has said himself. I think McCarthy wants to be President and certainly he would fit the bill, for all those despicables who Yammer for POTUS to act “more presidential”.

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      • oldschool says:

        Agree with you 4sure. POTUS and family are all in with McCarthy. Had hoped POTUS would have heard the deplorables at that rally.

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        • mimbler says:

          Certainly appears that a GOPe advisor(s) is still in PDJT’s confidence.

          Maybe he has good reasons this time, but he has been burnt over and over with GOPe appointments.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        TeaForAll, the RINOS and GOPe better wake up and smell the coffee. We the People are the Government and they were hired to represent us and they better get their act together and do what we want or we will do what we want – fire them!

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  4. sundance says:

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  5. Medicine Bow says:

    Invite your neighbors to the polls. Get them out the polls like never before.

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  6. fleporeblog says:

    The data is staggering folks! This chart truly explains it all:

    Of the 13 states, we have flipped the Early Voting advantage from 2016 in 8 of them (NE, WV, CA, FL, AZ, NV, MD & OR). The 5 that Democrats have flipped (NC, IA, ME, LA & CO) all don’t have a Senate Seat up for grabs except LA which we will absolutely win.

    The most important states that will determine the House and our majority in the Senate are WV (+4.4%), NV (+3.1%), FL (+3.0%), AZ (+1.9%) and CA (4.0%). We have some of our greatest percentage changes compared to 2016.

    When we look at all 13 states combined, we currently sit at 1.7%! I cannot overstate the importance of this come Tuesday night!

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    • Katie says:

      Has there been on any word on how Indiana is looking?

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Braun will win by 3 to 5 points!

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        • MAGAbear says:

          Me and Flep are on the same page with this election. 🙂

          It’s important to note that pollsters base their samples on what they think will be the partisan breakdown of voters (or, to be honest, what they want the partisan breakdown to be). They got it wrong in 2014 and 2016 (as well as other years) and I think they’re blowing it again, intentionally or not. There’s no cult of personality type like Obozo to lead them to big turnouts, I just don’t see them getting the turnout that they are wishing for. On the other hand, we have PDJT. 🙂

          Made my finacial contrubution to Barletta and the NRSC today (5x match, why not. Hope it helps. 🙂

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    • Little Pink Houses says:

      The American Family Association is asking for Christians to Pray & Fast November 5th & Vote November 6th.
      Specifically for:
      * Christians would continue to love the lost and share the gospel with them.
      * Christians would be emboldened to hold & defend a biblical worldview.
      * All candidates & our country itself would be protected from attacks from within and without during this election season.
      * The electorate would be granted God’s wisdom to choose candidates of godly character, discernment & judgement.

      We know how the story ends just have faith that this particular battle will be won and more peeps will awake.

      MAGA

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    • Gina says:

      Flep, does this mean we win??? Praying so! Can’t bear the thought of what will happen if we don’t.

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      • MelH says:

        I’m worried about safety if we win everything. I mean truly! Worried that I should turn into a Prepper fast. What do unhinged people do, beyond huddling in groups and crying? Are the banks safe? Stay far away from Berkeley California, that’s for sure. What are you doing? Buying champagne to celebrate?

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Gina not only will we win between 56 to 60 Senate Seats, we will absolutely keep the House.

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        • michaelhamblin says:

          No one else I know is nearly as optimistic as this. I’m biting my nails but the data says we’re going to have a massive R sweep!

          All I can say now is: GO BOLD AND GO FOR THE GOLD! 60 SENATE SEATS NOVEMBER 6TH!!!

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  7. 335blues says:

    I am suffering through many ads with Kevin McCarthy touting the ‘build the wall’ bill where he starts and finishes proclaiming he is a monster ‘conservative’.
    I remember not too long ago McCarthy licking McConnell’s boots and being a Tom Donahue spokesman for the globalist/marxist position, because he hopes to get the Speaker position.
    I hope not. For me, it is Jim Jordan all the way!
    JIM JORDAN FOR SPEAKER!!!!!!!!!!

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  8. Sherri Young says:

    There have been a ton of new voters registered in Texas for this election. The adjoining county added another 10% to the rolls. The young ones have come to the polls in force. The Texas turnout in early voting already exceeds total voter turnout for 2014.

    Ted may be polling well in Texas but a statistically blue wave has already been to vote.

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    • jrapdx says:

      Hard to say exactly what early vote totals in TX mean. TX doesn’t report by party like FL or AZ. So far about 36% of total vote has been returned in TX, so seems plenty of room for doubt about outcomes. Perhaps someone more familiar with TX trends would chime in, but doubt overall blue wave in TX.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      All I see are turnout numbers. We don’t know Democrat or Republican, we don’t know age group or any other group. Doubt that exit polls, IF they’re being taken, have any credibility. What may seem like a lot of “young people” usually isn’t. Not in comparison to other age groups.

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    • Red Tsunami! says:

      And here are the stats Schweikart bring forward:

      https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1058190565592858624.html

      Go figure.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Here’s the raw data for the close of business yesterday. Today’s numbers are not posted yet.

        https://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/earlyvoting/2018/nov1.shtml

        Here is the data for the 2016 presidential election.

        https://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/earlyvoting/2016/nov4.shtml

        The totals lines cannot be compared except for percentages because 2016 included fewer counties. What should be highlighted in the growth in the number of registered voters in the individual counties. Some is from population growth of course. However, the Dimms made a serious push to register voters this year.

        The results should be interesting.

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        • Red Tsunami! says:

          Schweikart’s point was since TX does not report ballot returns by party, he reports by largest red and blue counties. Red county returns up; blue county returns down.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Your point? To push that Dems have Texas? PsyOps?

          Most of the analysts are using 2016 as the comparison model, not 2014. It was noted yesterday, that 2016 has been discussed as a percentage of voting vs the actual real votes – ie GOP turned out in an historic high for voting in 2016. Dems highwater mark was in 2008. Media and pundits used percentages to describe 2016 to decrease the significance of Donald Trump’s win. This means that Democrats have to get a higher percentage of the votes to win races.

          “The young have come to the polls in force” – unless you’re visibly going to all the precincts, that’s an unknown.

          Analysis of the early voter models indicate that GOP voting is up across the board, and Dems down. Neither do we know the number of crossover votes with Dems going to GOP, and that would be a logical expectation considering the President’s coalition.

          2/3 of Texas hasn’t voted yet. At this point, best to see what happens on Election Day. If you care, then you can help turn out the vote wherever you are.

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          • Sherri Young says:

            Not a psyop by any means. Just a more Texocentric peek at what may be in play.

            My point is to highlight that the composition of the registered voters in Texas has recently changed but to an unknown extent. I chose to use the 2016 numbers for comparison because —
            1) it was a higher turnout year than 2014,
            2) it was more relevant for showing the abrupt increase in the number of registered voters,
            3) PDJT has nationalized the senatorial elections quite a bit.

            From what I can tell, the Dimms in Texas have made a much greater push toward registering voters, the Republicans have not. That is probably because like-minded citizens who would vote a conservative ballot are already registered. The Republicans in Texas understand this and worry a bit about the red demographic cliff. Complacency among the young has been our friend on election nights. This is a GOTV election. Beto is perceived as the “cool” choice. Smart marketing. Young ones purchase “cool”.

            Where would you go if you were a Dimm working to register new blue voters? The college campuses and high school civics classes would be fertile ground. As it happens, there have been numerous school construction bonds on the ballots over the last decade. The schools are said to have been rather successful in getting the high school seniors registered and to the polls to pass those bonds.

            There is a registered public charity named Pastors for Texas Children that has been gaining ground. From what I can tell, they are a political advocacy group that should not have been granted 50% tax deductions for their donors. They came out in opposition to the electioneering warning letters sent to various school boards in response to districts using taxpayer funded resources to transport students and employees to the polls.

            I happily voted for Ted Cruz again. However, I do not think he has this election in the bag. This is no time to sit at home and assume that Texas is a bright red state that will bury the Dimms at the polls.

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            • ladypenquin says:

              No, I don’t expect any burying of Dems anywhere – they have a way of rising from the dead. Every state is facing this push by Blue over Red. I’m in Virginia, and it’s hopeless. The only thing separating us from the radical socialism of Europe and the impoverished socialism of South America, Latin America and other places in the world, is our free, independent spirit. The power of the people in this country is still great – we’re not giving our 2nd Amendment, and maybe we get a second chance to take back the country.

              It’s all we have to go on. The GOPe, part of the Uniparty has been more destructive than the Dems, since they betrayed our side.

              Every state has to fight. POTUS has done more than his fair share. We can hope, pray and vote.

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          • Sherri Young says:

            Hmm. For some reason, this link to a video on the Pastors for Texas Children FB page did not post. Trying again.

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  9. motreehouse says:

    Jim Jordan is going to be on Lou Dobbs in a few minutes so I’ll skip the eyore Cavuto I like Him less than sheppard smith on most occasions.

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  10. Petrel says:

    Another way to look at US employment growth between September 2017 — 2018

    Manufacturing — 296,000 new jobs ( that were “never returning without a magic wand” ) .
    Construction — 330,000 — new jobs.
    Transportation & Warehouse — 184,000 new jobs.
    Professional & Business — 516,000 new jobs.
    Healthcare — 323,000 — new jobs.

    TOTAL NEW JOBS — 2,571,000 !
    Average yearly wage growth — $ 1,716 — and then factor in the tax cuts !

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  11. MaineCoon says:

    Sure hope Jordan is the next speaker.

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  12. HickTick says:

    We are praying for a Red Tsunami and for Jim Jordan to be the new speaker , You get what you ask for / say

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  13. notfaded1 says:

    Jim’s a hero of mine. He’s one of the few I feel like really gets what’s going on these days.

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  14. Brant says:

    The smallest house majority ever seems to have been 1953-55 republican with 221 seats (dims 213, I think a few independents). Takes 218 to have majority.

    At current 235, I think, they have maybe a 17 seat cushion. Of course could be some RINOs in there. And a few might be convinced to flip. A majority of 4-5 would be quite sticky.

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  15. Texian says:

    Here’s my take on the midterms. As we all know, the Fake News is blabbering that traditionally the other party usually gains control of the House and/or Senate during midterms.

    But – the reason this usually happens is because whoever was elected President didn’t deliver what they had campaigned on – or was just more of the same old sht, creating voter apathy.within their party constituents.

    We are essentially in uncharted territory. We don’t have a lying politician as President – we have a smart Businessman who is delivering what he campaigned on – and doing it in spades. He is a rock star – overflowing crowds everywhere he goes.

    If he asked all able bodied fans to ammo up and go defend the border, there would be an overwhelming response. President Trump’s voters will walk through fire if he asked..

    So there ya go..

    So VOTE.. Because President Trump asked you to do it for him. The Man who is taking slings and arrows for you, wants to forge ahead.. He is our “Point Man”.. He now has asked us to do something for him.. And it’s an easy mission.. So just do it..

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    • gman-reloaded says:

      I did it. Making a very conservative call here and now:

      Senate
      (R) 58-42
      HR
      (R) 225-210

      I base this on thinking the voter fraud/cheating will be kept at at minimum. PDJT knows they cheat and must have put someone (Don Jr.?) on this right away-as in 1/21/18 right away.

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    • michaelhamblin says:

      “the reason this usually happens is because whoever was elected President didn’t deliver what they had campaigned on”

      ^^ THIS. ^^

      The slogan is “Promises Made, Promises Kept.”

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  16. JOSEPH ANGEL says:

    Neil always seemed like a nice guy, but his bread is buttered by Murdoch and Co. aka Fox News. FN is now run by Rupert Murdoch’s two 40-something libtard sons. When they tell their commentators, Cavuto and the rest, what to spew to viewers, Cavuto, et al will toe the company line. Thus, why I only watch Fox, because it is the closest thing to straight MSM that we have though it is compromised by the Murdoch’s phony ‘Fair and Balanced’ motto which was those libtard’s hedge to run a faux conservative network. Rupert Murdoch saw how successful, and lucrative Rush Limbaugh’s program was by appealing to conservative radio listeners, so he planned Fox News to appeal to conservatives, which no other TV network was doing, to get a lot of that TV lucre/profit. But, being a liberal, Murdoch wanted to stay on his libtard peers’ good side, thus the silly ‘Fair and Balanced’ motto to hedge himself. If you watch Fox News, watch it with a jaundiced eye.

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  17. Gary Lacey says:

    Why does (the insufferable)Cavuto harbor the angst for Trump, is it merely(shallow) because of the Wall Street crowd he runs with? It doesn’t make any sense?!

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  18. wodiej says:

    I am confident that conservatives will gain Senate and House seats. We will also get a great Speaker of the House in Jim Jordan. Having affordable health care is a huge undertaking. PT got the economy rolling, the military built up and is starting on the border wall. I am also confident he and his staff are working on the best ways to make affordable healthcare accessible. Keep praying!!

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  19. Pyrthroes says:

    Come this Tuesday, as two years ago, turnout is key; but also, pundits might ask themselves not “who will vote” but “who will not”. Hint: Rats have forfeited America’s white working class; both black and ethnic Hispanic cohorts are sadly frayed; employed or no, white suburban housewives reject blatantly abusive Kavanaugh-style calumnies en masse, while husbands, father, sons would sooner touch a live wire than Rats’ stir-fried geriatric panhandlers.

    From MzBill and DiFi, Pelosi, Fauxcahontas, Maxine Wigmore, Mde. Coco-Loco (Glenn Reynolds’ “Occasional Cortex”), Rats’ aggressively crooked, demagogic, unhinged feministical trope is an extraordinarily negative hen-house (where do these things come from?). Even in Rats’ bi-coastal rump venues, “walk-away” contingents are becoming noticeable… why any well-meaning majority would knowingly, purposefully, willfully reject burgeoning prosperity, resurgent national defense, an explicit return to rule-of-law first principles, is a peculiar question.

    Who would fardels bear our current crop of academic bumwads, Goebbels-esque media, stunted Hollywood grotesques, a penultimately insular and ossified socio-political clerisy both in and out of office? Best to “take arms against a sea of troubles, and by opposing end them.”

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  20. jeans2nd says:

    “Jim Jordan’s Ohio district is home to one of the largest U.S. manufacturing regions in the country.”
    Sadly, Jim Jordan’s Ohio district is home to what used to be one of the largest manufacturing regions in the country.

    But most of us are Cleveland Browns fans. We know next season will be The Season. Thanks to Pres Trump, manufacturing is on the comeback, bigger and better than ever.

    As for our beloved Brownies – hey, we still have Jimmy Brown. No one has beaten Jimmy’s yards per carry yet. Jimmy Brown was last seen sitting in the Oval Office. Still the best.

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  21. TwoLaine says:

    There is NO DIFFERENCE, NO SUNLIGHT between what Wells Fargo did to their customers and what the DIMs did to the U.S. Taxpayers on the Federally Mandated Program known as the Affordable Care Act aka ObamaCare.

    They forced people to buy and pay for things they did not want and could never use, only they did it under penalty of perjury, and the non-compliance penalties were YUGE, at least compared to what Wells Fargo charged their customers for accounts they did not want or ask for.

    UNLESS, of course, yu were in a politically favored class and then The Kenyan would just get out his pen and phone and exempt you, like he did with Congress, unions, and so many others, especially those with cadillac plans and political connections.

    But he went after individuals first, and they got no exemption, no exception, no delays. And that was after they all found out they couldn’t keep their plan, or their doctor, and it sure wasn’t going to cost $2,500 less for anyone.

    And then they rolled out the worst website in the history of the world. A Complete Fiasco, A Complete Joke. Except it wasn’t, because we had to pay for it and 50+++ more at TRILLIONS of $$$ and counting. ALL so they could destroy healthcare, steal your wealth and redistribute it, penalize you for not liking being bit in the butt, track you, get your data, get your banking info, and any other data they want or request. Safety? Pshaw. We are the U.S. Government. Nothing you are forced to give us is safe with us.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      BIGGEST LIE EVER!, and they all kept it a secret, even Fox and their affiliates. For years he continued with the public lies and EVERYONE, including the UNIParty, covered for him.
      __________________________

      What provisions in Obamacare was Obama referring to that got snuck in?

      On January 29, 2010 the House Republican caucus had its winter meeting in Baltimore, and Obama came there to speak to them and answer questions.

      In the course of his discussion of the healthcare bill, he said this:

      “If you look at the package that we’ve presented — and there’s some stray cats and dogs that got in there that we were eliminating, we were in the process of eliminating. For example, we said from the start that it was going to be important for us to be consistent in saying to people if you can have your — if you want to keep the health insurance you got, you can keep it, that you’re not going to have anybody getting in between you and your doctor in your decision making. And I think that some of the provisions that got snuck in might have violated that pledge.”

      https://politics.stackexchange.com/questions/2364/what-provisions-in-obamacare-was-obama-referring-to-that-got-snuck-in

      BTW, Pence was there.

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  22. RoostyScoot says:

    Healthcare is not the #1 issue to anyone i talk to. Nobody thinks about healthcare. If we’re being honest, the number 1 issue is MAGA: are you for it or against it. Closely following that is immigration. healthcare is a meme invented by the left because 10 years ago R’s didnt have an answer.

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  23. pjb535i says:

    Cavuto. He has about as much passion as last night’s leftover pizza still sitting in the box on the kitchen counter. Wait! I take that back. I don’t want to insult pepperoni and mozzarella cheese.

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  24. pjb535i says:

    Cavuto. He has about as much passion as last night’s leftover pizza still sitting in the box on the kitchen counter. Wait! I take that back. I don’t want to insult pepperoni and mozzarella cheese.

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  25. Kristin says:

    I have been saying this for 2 years: where are the Republicans?? They do not want to support our President. They are just filling their pockets.

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