The Left is able to avoid facing accountability for their actions because they are protected by a corrupt judicial system stocked with their Democratic cronies.
There are very few ways Republicans can make them pay for their crimes, but conservatives may soon have another form of vengeance.
Democrat Robert Menendez is currently running for reelection in New Jersey, and has thus far managed to avoid facing prosecution for his bribery and corruption.
Menendez walked free last year after a jury found him not guilty of abusing the power of his office to secure favors for his wealthy friends.
Menendez has denied any wrongdoing, but New Jersey voters don’t appear to think he’s s innocent as he’s claiming to be, and the polls are beginning to reflect it.
From The Hill:
Menendez leads his Republican challenger, Bob Hugin, by just 6 points, 43 to 37 percent, in a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday.
Mendendez previously held a 17-point lead, 49 to 32 percent, in a March survey conducted by Quinnipiac University.
Republicans back Hugin more heavily than Democrats support Menendez. Eighty-five percent of Republicans said they would vote for Hugin, while 74 percent of Democrats said they backed Menendez.
Bob Hugin, who is running against Menendez, is a Marine Corps veteran and former pharmaceutical executive who graduated from Princeton University.
Hugin’s track record is much cleaner than that of Menendez, which explains the shift in demographics. New Jersey hasn’t had a Republican Senator since 1972, but people appear to be growing tired of the Democrats and their perpetual corruption.
It’s frustrating to see powerful Leftists constantly evading prosecution, especially when anyone who has ever worked with President Trump is being targeted and having their entire history scrutinized.
But where the judicial system fails, the voters step in to deliver justice. Come November, Menendez will likely be on the chopping block as the red wave sweeps the nation.
New Jersey is far from the only blue state to begin feeling the sea change in America.
Democrats are fighting to retain their Senate seats in Michigan, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, North Dakota, Missouri, Montana and Wisconsin, all states which Trump won.
If the Menendez race is any indication, we’re poised to see a lot of Democrats crying in a few months, just like they did on election night.
It’s too much winning!
Source: The Hill