House Democrats Are Running Out Of Funds

The midterm elections are quickly shaping up to be a referendum on the Biden administration and the Democrat Party’s control of Congress. It is for this reason that things aren’t looking too good for the left.

Policies put through under a left-wing Congress and White House are exactly why inflation is through the rooftop. These policies are also the culprit of rising drug trafficking at the southern border, a disturbing overhaul of children’s education, and surging interest rates.

Polls show that Republicans are in the strongest position to win back control of the House of Representatives. At the same time, news also shows the Democrat Party is losing funds to seriously compete in House elections.

Game Over For House Democrats?
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) is not only low on support, but donors are apparently making it their business to help Republicans.

Per the DCCC, Republicans are getting “big checks” from large corporations and billionaires. Meanwhile, Democrats lack this financial backing and are seeing their competition outspend them.

This situation is so dire for Democrats that they’re having to stand down from House seats they believe they could win. On top of this, as Republicans make other seats in the lower chamber more competitive, Democrats are having to essentially cede ground, rather than go all in.

In light of this, various House Democrats in key districts are without the means to fully campaign and reach voters in the ways their GOP rivals can.

What’s most ironic about this news from the DCCC is it comes after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) claims during interviews that Democrats will keep the chamber.

Payback From the People
Since holding the House of Representatives, Democrats have consistently worked with Joe Biden to pass bills that advance their partisan interests, even to the detriment of Americans.

At the same time, Democrats used their current majority to ignore legitimate concerns brought forward by Republican lawmakers. House Democrats chose this course of action with the American Rescue Plan and the Inflation Reduction Act.

Judging from this, voters and donors can see that if given the change, Democrats would continue to put the Biden agenda above the interests of Americans. All things considered, the people are saying “no deal” and “no more” to House Democrats.

Senate Democrats may soon find themselves in a similar predicament as well.