A collapse in Democratic concern over the issue of abortion just means a more likely win for the Republican Party in the upcoming midterm elections.
Inflation remains the nation’s top concern, regardless of party affiliation.
"Democrat Senate candidate Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) tried to sidestep inflation in an interview with the Associated Press on Monday, preferring to focus on abortion," according to Breitbart.
"I know our families, the issues that are important to them are the kitchen-table issues," she said, citing inflation that has been fueled by massive Democrat spending in the last two years.
"But I also know, talking with our families, the repeal of Roe v. Wade is having an impact," she said in an effort to continue the abortion conversation, knowing families are more concerned about Biden's failing economy. "We’re a pro-choice state, proudly. That’s why so many are outraged by the repeal."
"In Nevada, gas prices have remained above $5.40 a gallon. The state’s unemployment rate is also higher than the national average. The economy has been impacted by Cortez Masto’s 'anti-energy policies,' which have caused the state’s electrical grid to be reliant on expanded large-scale battery storage technology instead of traditional energy forms, such as natural gas-powered generating stations," according to Breitbart.
"In Arizona, the issue of abortion is also less significant. Democrat Senate candidate Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) is a co-sponsor of a pro-abortion bill that would force every state to adopt a new federal abortion standard that would permit abortions without limits. But according to polling, Kelly’s abortion position is perceived as too radical by voters," according to Breitbart.
"The Democrat economy is greatly impacting Americans. Seventy-one percent of employees are poorer under the weight of Biden’s inflation, up from 58 percent in February," a Bank of America-sponsored survey revealed.
"Experts project inflation will cost American families $5,520 in 2022. Moreover, a Heritage Foundation study showed Americans have already lost $4,200 in annual income since Biden assumed office," Breitbart reported.
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