What produced a young-voter mid-term election wave and why it must be stopped.

Posted on: November 30, 2018 at 6:25 am

No blue wave

No red wave.

But there was a youth wave during the midterm election cycle.

Voter turnout for people aged 18 to 29 surged to a number not seen since before there was internet.

31-percent of young people voted in this midterm election cycle.

That’s a huge increase over the previous non-presidential election vote.

And guest how they voted?

Six out ten, 60-percent, backed Democrat candidates.

And in Florida…

Exactly 60-percent of the young voters cast their ballots for the Marxist-socialist candidate for governor, Andrew Gillum.

In Nevada, young voters helped toppled a sitting Republican senator.

In Wisconsin, that same demographic played a significant role in defeating governor Scott walker.

So, what does this all mean?

We could write it off as just a bunch of inexperienced, immature voters.

Sure, that’s easy.

Or, we can see it for what it is: the fruit of many years of cultivating classrooms compliments of the teacher’s unions.

If our schools produce generations of constitutionally uneducated voters, then what else would we expect except voters who pull the lever for socialists.

Let’s face it, polluting young minds in the classroom has produced a major voting force that could send this republic into an anti-constitutional tailspin for many years into the future.

And the only way to stop it, is to take back our classrooms from these partisan teacher’s unions and start infusing God and the Constitution into the hearts and minds of future young American voters.