Gabbard apparently still considered herself a progressive Democratic politician as of Oct. 10, 2022. The more cynical among us might see this as her deeming it necessary to go out and find a way to get an interview with a Sean Hannity or a Tucker Carlson or maybe even a Laura Ingraham. It has been a few weeks since she had any meaningful traction in the right-wing world, and a fascist’s got to eat, amiright?
That’s what I said!
So true. But it’s not all bread and roses.
I need a little more analysis.
What’s next for Tulsi?
I wouldn’t be surprised to see that happen actually. Any statisticians in the audience who can crunch the numbers for us?
I’m a visual person, so I’ll need that in a graph.
Gimme some memes.
Let’s get another one in there.
And because it made me laugh ...
After an eruption of even more scandals among Republican Senate candidates, FiveThirtyEight’s Nathaniel Rakich returns to The Downballot this week to discuss the effect these sorts of scandals can have on competitive races; whether Democrats stand a chance to keep the House; and the different ways pollsters create likely voter models.
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