REPORT: Obama Just Got SHOCKING News From These States… This Could Be His Worst Nightmare


Obama insists that DEMOCRATS are the future of America saying that the Republican party is ‘outdated.’

In reality, Obama is dead wrong. More Republicans are making massive gains at the state and local levels. Take the victory of the governor elect Matt Bevin in Kentucky recently! Bevin, a Tea Party favorite became only the second Republican in four decades to win Kentucky’s governorship!

The Washington Post reports:

With Matt Bevin’s win in Kentucky on Tuesday night, Republicans now hold 32 of the nation’s governorships — 64 percent of all the governors mansions in the country. (One race, in Louisiana, won’t be decided until next month. Democrats believe they have a good chance of winning that race against now-Sen. David Vitter.)


Democrats’ failure to take over the Virginia state Senate means that Republicans still hold total control of 30 of the country’s 50 state legislatures (60 percent) and have total or split control of 38 of the 50 (76 percent.)

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Here is a chart showing how Republicans are dominating America at a local level. That’s a whole lot of red folks!



That dominance — and what it means to the policy and political calculations and prospects for both parties at the national level — is the single most overlooked and underappreciated story line of President Obama’s time in office. Since 2009, Republicans have made massive and unprecedented gains at the state level, gains that played a central role in, among other things, handing control of the U.S. House back to the GOP in the 2010 election.


This chart via GOP lobbyist Bruce Mehlman tells that story in stark terms, however it has not been updated to include the results of the 2015 election.


Conservative Tribune reports: 

“While the demographic and electoral challenges that Republicans must confront at the national level are very real, the idea, pushed in some circles, that those struggles are leading indicators of a dying party is absolutely wrong,” Chris Cillizza wrote for The Post.

“In fact, at the state and local level the Republican Party is considerably more robust than its Democratic counterpart.”

This unprecedented shift at the state level is a direct result of Obama’s attempts to push his liberal agenda on all Americans, coupled with his constant attempts to increase the power of the executive branch at the expense of Congress and the courts.

States are pushing back against Obama’s agenda, showing Democrats that not everyone is willing to simply go along with their plan for an all-powerful federal government.

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