Rep. Banks prediction: Republicans will takeback the U.S. House in 2022

(Photo supplied/Jim Banks for Congress)

Congressman Jim Banks believes Republicans will take back the majority in the U.S. House next year. The current count is 224 Democrats and 214 Republicans.

“I don’t have any doubt about it,” said Banks.

He said he believes people will vote Republican after witnessing the events of the first year of the Biden administration.

“As the American people tune in to images like these at the border, the catastrophe in Afghanistan, resulting in 110,000 Afghans who have been airlifted to the United States or who are coming to the United States, inflation on the rise, all of these are a recipe for Republicans not to just win it back, but to win it back by a large margin in the mid-term election.”

Banks said he believes the Biden administration is damaging the country.

“We have to win back the majority to save our country from this crisis at the border and the other crises that are occurring on Joe Biden’s watch.”

The Biden administration, including Homeland Security Sec. Alejandro Myorkas, has said the immigration laws are being enforced, with some of the Haitian refugees, to which Banks referred, being airlifted back to their home country.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley September 26, 2021 at 12:10 pm

Republicans will never win a majority in anything until election integrity is addressed. Rep Banks is lying to himself, and to you, when he makes his outlandish claims.

Ignoring the elephant in the room does not make it go away.


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