Early polls point toward a decisive end to Donald Trump’s grotesque cartoon show.
The most vulnerable incumbent is Senator Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), who trails former governor John Hickenlooper by 18 points in a new Keating-Onsight-Melanson poll, up from 11 points in October.
Senator Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), appointed to serve out the remainder of late Sen. John McCain’s term after losing the election for Arizona’s other seat in 2018, trails astronaut Mark Kelly by 10 points in a new poll from Highground Consultants.
One normally safe incumbent facing a surprisingly strong opponent is Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who has abandoned a moderate legacy and embraced Trump, and who is tied with former South Carolina Democratic Party Chair Jaime Harrison in a new Civiqs poll.
There is a major shift underway when Lindsey Graham is in danger.
Good. November’s electoral goal should be the annihilation of the GOP. Senators are not blameless for the disgrace of Donald Trump, Congressmen are not blameless for the disgrace of Donald Trump, your county sheriff who didn’t say a word is not blameless for the disgrace of Donald Trump — and all should be removed from office for the reason that they failed to do their plain duty to defend the country.
Seriously: 2020 must be the end of the GOP; it must go out of business because the Republican label means certain death.