Former Clinton Adviser: Most Democrats Will Be Wiped Out after 2022 Elections
Majority of Democrats remaining would be 'black or Latino'
Former Bill Clinton adviser Dick Morris predicted that not many white Demcorats will be left in Congress following the 2022 midterm elections.
During an interview on New York WABC 770 AM radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” Morris told host John Catsimatidis there would be an “unbelievable wipeout of Democrats."
He added the majority of Demcorat remaining would be “black or Latino.”
Morris highlighted two polls showing the GOP with a seven to an eight-point lead.
“The new polls after Virginia indicate an unbelievable wipeout for the Democrats in the 2022 elections," he said.
“If these polls are accurate, you’re looking at a [GOP] gain of 70 to 80 seats in the House and easy control of the Senate.”
“You’re looking at such a wipeout at this point that on Election Day  that there may be only a handful of white Democrats left in Congress,” he continued.
“You know, people like Jerry Nadler — they will survive."
"But anybody to the right of that who’s not black or Latino … is very likely to be knocked off.”
As Neon Nettle reported earlier this week:
The Republican Party is in a "historically strong" position while Democrats, and their regime leader Joe Biden, are continuing to sink in the eyes of voters, according to a new left-wing mainstream poll.
The new Washington Post-ABC News poll published on Sunday shows that America would experience a national red wave if the midterms elections were held today.
Registered voters would vote for GOP candidates for Congress over Democratic candidates for Congress by a monstrous 10-point margin at 51% to 41%.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump smashed Joe Biden by double digits among Iowans in a hypothetical 2024 matchup.
According to the new Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll, Trump was ahead of Biden by 11 points, drawing the support of 51 percent among likely Iowa voters compared to Biden's 40 percent.
Last week, an insider said Biden "might not" seek reelection in 2024.
Former Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) has revealed the aging politician may not run in the next election as his popularity has plummeted since taking office.
Dodd was speaking with the New York Times about how enthusiasm for Biden has reached such a nadir just one year after the 2020 election.