McCarthy Makes One Amazing Wager That GOP Retakes House in 2022

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is ready to wager big-time that he’ll become House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy in January 2023.



That’s because he believes voters will return control of the chamber back over to Republicans in the November 2022 elections.

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“I would bet my house … my personal house” that the GOP becomes the majority party again in less than two years the California Republican told a panel discussion during the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday. “Don’t tell my wife, but I would bet it.”

“Listen, do you want to retire Nancy Pelosi?” McCarthy rhetorically asked the crowd, which responded with a resounding, “Yeeeahhhh!”

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“Do you want to end the socialism in this country? Win the House. This is the smallest majority the Democrats have had in 100 years. We could do it,” he continued.

Is that a tall order? Maybe, given that the GOP ‘lost’ the presidency and control of the Senate in 2020.

We all know that Joe Biden has an (*) by his title of president, and we know why; Time magazine spilled the beans. The presidential election was rigged, though Time made it sound as though a cabal of deep state operatives were only trying to ‘protect’ the election from Trump stealing it (without ever explaining how he was going to pull that off).

We also know what happened in Georgia, which cost the GOP control of the Senate: After a couple of lunatics told Georgians to stay home and not vote because the outcome was going to be rigged, they did.

Some 500,000 Georgia Republicans who voted in November did not vote in the January runoffs; Democratic Sen. Jon Ossoff defeated incumbent Sen. David Perdue by 55,354 votes (Perdue beat Ossoff outright in November, but only barely missed the 50-percent threshold needed in the state to claim victory); and Sen. Rafael Warnock beat incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler by 93,659 votes.

Get the picture? A half-a-million versus about 145,000. Both of those seats should still be red.

But is McCarthy ‘out there?’ If so, he’s not the only Republican who is.

Sen. Rick Scott of Florida, head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, is extremely optimist the GOP will win back that chamber as well.

“I think we’ve got opportunities across the country,” Scott, a former Florida governor, told Fox News. “Clearly, we’re going to pick up Georgia. We’re going to pick up Arizona. We’re gonna pick up New Hampshire, we’re going to pick up Nevada. But I think we have opportunities all across the country. There’s 14 Democrat seats up and I think we can get quite a few of them.”

Earlier in the week, Scott wrote in a note to voters, activists, leaders, and donors that the GOP civil war has been “canceled.”

“The long-running impeachment show is now over,” Scott said. “This political theater should have been held at the other end of Washington in the Kennedy Center instead of the US Capitol. It was an unserious circus. It’s over. Now it’s time to look ahead.

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“Some of you voted for President Trump enthusiastically, some with reservations, and some with great reluctance,” he added. “It doesn’t matter.

“The civil war is canceled. The Republican civil war is canceled,” he said. “We’re gonna focus on the issues. If you look all across the country what people are talking about is they’re talking about where are we going? They’re not talking about where we’ve been.

“We’re not going back to dial-up internet. We’re not going back to flip phones and typewriters. We’re going back to, where can we go in the future? What can we do to make sure we get a majority.”

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