Former Republican governor of Maryland Robert Ehrlich today joined The Two Mikes to discuss prospects for the midterm elections.
In Maryland, he said that the Republicans were “competitive” in three of the state’s congressional seats, and several county-executive races. He said the governorship is still a fight, but the Democrat candidate is flush with cash.
Nationally, Governor Ehrlich said that he expected something of a red tide for the Republicans, especially after Dr. Oz wiped the floor in the debate with his Democratic opponent in Pennsylvania.
He also expected that the Republicans would take the House and gain several governorship pick-ups.
That said, he warned that the Republican vote must turn out in massive numbers, and that they appear likely to be joined by significant numbers of dissatisfied Democratic voters and independents.
He also warned that other unexpected events may unfold before and on election day as all governing elites in the United States — political, economic, social, academic, etc. — are still reeling from the inconvenient and disruptive impact of Trump’s extremely successful presidency and will fight to the death to try to prevent a positive environment for his run in 2024.
On election day, he said, much will depend on the votes of the women who have been enraged by the Democrats’ unrelenting attacks on young children with their efforts to make sexual deviancy another state of “normal”, as well as their repeated declarations that the government and its teachers, and not parents, are the proper entities to raise children.
Gov. Ehrlich’s newest book, Original, Unconventional & Inconvenient: Donald J. Trump and His MAGA Movement, is available on AMAZON.
Check his podcast and more @ www.govbobehrlich.com