2017 was Democrats’ no-good, very bad year

The prognosticators had it incorrect from the beginning.

First, democrats and the mainstream media forecasted Donald Trump wouldn’t win the presidency. The well known Haley: Trump isn’t deciding who controls east Jerusalem Emergency situation UN Security Council conference called after Trump’s Jerusalem announcement: report MORE, an unlikelyand consentaneous coalition of nations versus North Korea. The union for a consentaneous resolution versus North Korea included China and Russia, which experts stated would never happen.In the last days of 2017, President Trump won the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act– the biggest tax cut in American history. And like a cherry on top of Trump’s trademark 2 scoops of ice cream, the president handled to also repeal the private healthcare required– efficiently the start of completion of Obamacare as we understand it. The President is #winning, just as he forecasted he would.With the exception of Doug Jones’ win in Alabama, democrats were the huge losers of 2017.

The only individuals who had a worse year than democrats were Harvey Weinstein’s publicists.

By overlooking Trump, Democrats ended up resting on the sidelines throughout the greatest stock exchange

rally in American history, the largest tax cut in American history, and the most significant union against nuclear proliferation in the 21 st century.Sadly for democrats, they appear to be careening into the brand-new year doubling down on their technique of functioning as “the resistance.”Democrats are relying on the tax cut strategy to backfire, specifically in swing districts. Simply as the above polling and forecasts did not ring real, neither will this one. Instead, democrats will face a midterm election in which the economy will be growing and constituents will have more alter in their pockets.When project mail pieces begin to strike mailboxes ahead of November 2018, democrats will not have the ability to boast that they were part of any considerable”development” in recent American history– in fact, their GOP

opponents will more than delighted to explain that they voted against all it.With no message, no fundraising success, no party unity, no viable candidates for 2020 on the horizon, and nothing delegated resist besides their own economic prosperity, the resistance will prove to be devastating for democrats in 2018. Jen Kerns has worked as a GOP strategist and author for the U.S. presidential disputes for FOX News. She formerly worked as communications director and spokeswoman for the California Republican Politician Party, the Colorado Recalls over gun control, and the Prop. 8 battle over marriage which went all the method to the U.S. Supreme Court.


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