There Was a Red Wave, Just Not Republican

Remember when all the talk was about the potential red wave that was coming at the midterm elections? There was an expectation that the GOP would come out of the election with a resounding majority in both chambers of Congress. 

Most people have agreed that there was no red wave, just a little red trickle. 

But maybe most people are wrong. What if there really was a red wave, it just wasn’t with Republicans and those on the right. The truth is that the 2022 midterms did have a red wave, and it was with the socialist candidates. Socialism long ago made red one of the most important symbols of their worldwide revolution.

And in America, socialist candidates won an overwhelming majority of the state and federal elections they ran in. 

There was a new report by The Heartland Institute’s Socialism Research Center (SRC) that shows socialist candidates won a whopping 120 of the 132 races in which they competed. To put it in another way, socialist candidates won more than 90 percent of the elections they participated in last month.

Take a minute to let that sink in. 

The report was titled: “Socialist Watch 2022: An Analysis of Socialist Candidates in the 2022 Midterm Election.” It’s written in the report, “The biggest takeaway from our research is that the far-left progressive and socialist wings of the Democratic Party continue to gain significant ground at both the federal and state levels of government, following similar trends in the 2018 and 2020 elections.”

Out of the 132 socialist politicians in the report, all of them were endorsed by Our Revolution, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), and/or the Progressive Democrats of America (PDA). These are the three most influential socialist organizations in the United States.

For those of us that care about Democracy and traditional family values, this is a wave of sadness.