Landmark GOP Victory Foreshadows Likely Red Wave

Democrats beware.

Every possible indication points to massive defeats for Democrats. Whether it be gubernatorial races, congressional races, or the presidential election, the increasingly radical Democrats are in for total smackdown.

According to every poll released in the past four months, Democrats are losing headway with large swaths of their voter base. Black Americans, the Latino population, women, etc, are slowly-but-surely waking up to the incessant lies and pandering coming from their supposed liberal friends.

Regardless, the proof is in the pudding.

Iowa Republicans flipped a seat in the state House held by Democrats for decades.

GOP candidate Jon Dunwell defeated his Democratic opponent Steve Mullan in Tuesday’s special election. Dunwell was ahead with nearly 60% of the vote, a 930-vote difference, according to unofficial results posted by the Jasper County Elections Office.

The victory gives Republicans a 60-40 majority in the Iowa House, the largest in decades.

Republican Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced on Sept. 14 that a special election would be held for District 29 in the Iowa House of Representatives following the resignation of Democratic Rep. Wes Breckenridge.

Dunwell — a 55-year-old former pastor and financial services representative from Orlando, Florida — announced he would run as a candidate last month.

“Thank you, Jasper County, for putting your faith in me to be your voice in the Iowa Statehouse,” Dunwell said after securing a victory.

Mullen is an 82-year-old retired teacher who serves on the Newton City Council. Sounds like a perfect time for retirement. Maybe Joe Biden should take note.

After five years in office, former Rep. Breckenridge announced his resignation with an op-ed in a local paper. He revealed an offer was accepted to be assistant director with the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. Previously, Breckenridge served as a lieutenant with the Newton Police Department from 1992 until 2017.

His retirement allowed for Dunwell to swoop in with a historic victory.

While Iowa does tend to go Red in most national elections, this GOP victory is merely a foreshadow as to the massive Red Wave headed for Washington come 2022 and 2024.

Author: Asa McCue