The stupidest thing to come out of Tuesday’s 2018 midterm elections isn’t the GOP losing the House to Nancy Pelosi and her ilk. It’s this talk from Democrats about the so-called “Senate popular vote” and “House popular vote.” Neither of these things actually exist, but they’re being used by Democrats to explain how they managed to pick up the House while losing the Senate.
I’ll try and break down this weapons-grade stupidity.
I’ll also tell you exactly why this “Senate popular vote” narrative has suddenly gained traction.
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