Rahm Emanuel Rains on the Democrats 2018 Parade

Former President Obama’s good buddy, Rahm Emanuel, has taken a shot at the Democrat dreams for the 2018 midterm elections. The alt-left progressive Democrats are assuring themselves that they are a certain bet to sweep aside the Republican-controlled Congress. Mr. Emanuel has told them to not be so hasty in their assumption of victory. Rohm does not think they will see anything of the sort. All you have to do is look at all the “moral victories” (aka losses) that they have had in the replacement elections so far. 

As Written By Kahthryn Blackhurst for Polizette: 

Chicago mayor dampens Democrats’ midterm election enthusiasm, insists party has significant ground to reclaim locally first.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said on CNN on Sunday that Democrats who believe their party will retake both the House and the Senate in the 2018 midterm elections are “not having the right perspective”

“State of the Union” anchor Dana Bash pointed to comments Emanuel recently made during an appearance at Stanford University in which he addressed Democrats’ frenzied hopes of winning back control of Congress in the wake of President Donald Trump’s Election Day victory. Emanuel, who helped lead a Democratic takeover of Congress in 2006, told those at Stanford that “it took us a long time to get this low. It ain’t gonna happen in 2018. Take a chill pill, man. This is — you’ve got to be in this for the long haul.”

When Bash asked Emanuel about his gloomy 2018 prediction, Emanuel stood by what he’d said.

“What I disagree with is an approach that assumes it’s only about one election,” Emanuel said, noting that many Democrats are focused entirely on national races.

“We’re down over the last eight years about 1,100 Democrats. You’re not gonna solve it in 2018,” Emanuel said. “The Republicans didn’t do what they…….

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