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Conservative activist and actor James Woods just summed up what we can expect as a result of last night’s election with a single tweet:
I guarantee that Republicans who didn’t vote this time, will finally figure it out in 2020. Two years of nonsense hearings with screeching Democrats will remind them why you can never take success for granted. It’ll be Kavanaugh-level hatred and shenanigans 24/7. Next time, vote!
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 7, 2018
Seems like a pretty good prediction based on the noise we are already hearing from the House Democrats.
Response to Woods tweet was swift, with some positive and some negative sentiment:
Record $5.2 Billion Midterms: Democrats to Outspend GOP by $330 Million All big celebs on left came out…..can you imagine if we had a fair press?
— rosepetals zina (@rosepetals_zina) November 7, 2018
Didn't help that RINOs abandoned their seats, and very few Republicans followed Trump's game plan on aggressive campaigning.
— Larry Corcoran (@Corkyshomebiz) November 7, 2018
— Kelsie Jackson (@RBrandIsCrisis) November 7, 2018
The party that is the angriest usually wins elections . It definitely was the Dems this time.
— Dan (@dan72800806) November 7, 2018
Crushed them in the Senate, here come the judges!
— Tom trandel (@TrandelTom) November 7, 2018
Impeachment is pointless since GOP now has solid control of Senate. Supreme Court nomination is also no longer an issue. Governors races also firmly favored GOP. Honestly this seems like a strategic victory for the GOP or a pyrric victory for the dems.
— Adam Edwards (@VonSpyder) November 7, 2018
Im sure most just forgot what it was like seeing pelosi on tv all the damn time. That alone should be enough to win it back next time.
— mike tib (@tibbs_m249) November 7, 2018
Have to hope that the majority of Americans will be able to see clearly by 2020. Call it 2020 vision?
— Paul H (@Silver_Hornet) November 7, 2018
Meanwhile, another good GOP governor just went down, and Wisconsin can now expect tough times ahead:
Democratic challenger Tony Evers triumphed over Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker early Wednesday morning, unseating the vulnerable Republican incumbent after two terms in office.
Evers eventually won after hours of running neck and neck with his opponent, often within a couple hundred votes of each other, according to the Associated Press.
Evers has beaten Walker out of his third term as Wisconsin’s governor. Walker, elected to governor in 2010, is a former presidential contender.
Though Evers was battling against an incumbent with nearly universal name recognition, the race was arguably his to lose. In 11 polls cited by Real Clear Politics, Walker won just two, and both were within the margin of error. Two others were ties, and Evers led by 2 to 13 points in the remaining seven.
Evers is the Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction and has little governing experience. Even so, Evers support is based less on his own credentials or policies and more on Wisconsinites strong feelings toward their current governor, according to CNN.