An op-ed in the New York Times contains a suggestion about what “Trump-critical Republicans” should do on election day. Don’t be drinking a beverage when you read this:
Here’s a midterm suggestion for Trump-critical Republican voters: Vote Republican in any Senate races you wish — but vote Democrat for the House, to put a check on the president https://t.co/LHDyeGxHnJ
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) October 26, 2018
How’s THAT for a stretch? Any takers? Anyone? … Anyone?
So even NYT sees the writing in the walls.@SenSchumer is going to lose ability to obstruct in the Senate.
— RickyRay 💥 (@RickyRayinGA) October 27, 2018
That's not how it works. That's not how any of this works!
— Judge Buzzard (@HenryLGomez) October 26, 2018
Why didn't you suggest that to Dems when Obama was president?
— LRob (@LRobG11) October 27, 2018
Yeah. Thanks for the suggestions, but I'll be voting straight R. https://t.co/yg3Jj4lqyV
— Mickey White (@BiasedGirl) October 26, 2018
They need republican votes for the house in a midterm.. lol… maybe the democrats just suck? https://t.co/v5iQ7pSK8Q
— Erik (@winefishdawg) October 27, 2018
Here’s my response: get bent. https://t.co/KsUchIZ7GT
— Just Brad (@bradcundiff) October 26, 2018
— T.D. (1/1024th cartoon) (@TwitmoDenizen) October 26, 2018
— Jordan 'Not that Guy with a Van' Perkins 🎃🎃🎃 (@jordanperkinsjd) October 26, 2018
The “blue wave” won’t be so blue if they need help from Republicans to make it happen.