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Pelosi, Schumer-Led Congress Will Fuel Another 2010 Tea Party-Style Red Wave Election

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09.01.2021

The midterm elections of 2022 are already shaping up to be something like the nation experienced twice in relatively recent history: the Republican Revolution of 1994 and the Tea Party movement of 2010.

In both instances, a massive red wave swept the Republican Party back into control of the House of Representatives, and the Senate as well in 1994.

The GOP is much closer now to a majority than it was in either of those instances, making a takeover seem all the more likely: an even split in the Senate and down just 10 seats or so in the House.

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What was the common denominator in both instances? An emboldened Democratic Party in control of the presidency and both chambers of Congress and charged up to pass a radical agenda.

After Bill Clinton became president in 1993, his administration’s top priority was to implement universal, government-controlled health care along with other items on the liberal........

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