Blue States suffered a major blow after the census, they lost multiple House seats to red states however, the media has started a new Trump controversy to help save the Democrats.
Once every ten years a census is taken in the United States and it is used to decide seats in the House of Representatives. Unfortunately for the Democrats, liberal states took a beating and conservative states will get more representation.
The Census found that people were tired of living in over regulated, over taxed, crime ridden areas, and moved to greener pastures.
Below is how things broke down in the House…
2. The 7 states losing U.S. House seats based on population shifts recorded by the 2020 census are…
New York -1
West Virginia -1
— Hansi Lo Wang (@hansilowang) April 26, 2021
Knowing that the blow will more than likely result in the Republicans taking the House the media has created a new Trump controversy to save the Democrats.
Without evidence, ABC’s @GMA suggests Trump administration manipulated Census numbers by intimidating Hispanics pic.twitter.com/uBHzNsr95S
— Kyle Drennen (@kjdrennen) April 27, 2021
Democrat operatives are also claiming that Republicans “fixed” the census.
By rigging the census and applying apportion gerrymandering republicans can create enough home districts and replace enough representatives before it even comes to a vote, to take the house in 2022.
That’s what the census rigging fight was all about.
It’s the only way they win. pic.twitter.com/jyNBNJYgYf
— AltYellowstoneNatPar (@AltYelloNatPark) February 15, 2021
The question is how long will it be before we hear Pelosi announces she’s opening an investigation into how the census was conducted.
The Center for Politics showed that over time Americans have left the northeastern section of the country and moved south to get away from regulation.
House apportionment changes, 1960-today. Massive shifts from Frost Belt to Sun Belt https://t.co/COJt4CLKXC pic.twitter.com/2SCJyzf4Vh
— Kyle Kondik (@kkondik) April 27, 2021
Democrats have a very narrow majority in the House and there are projections that show (because of the census) Republicans are more than primed to take control in 2022.