On The Fourth Day Of Christmas My Country Gave To Me: Four Ballot Victories
The 2018 midterm elections saw some political upheaval, both good and bad. New stars like military veteran Dan Crenshaw and others are bright spots for an agenda that puts America first. And new leftists like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will continue to beat the drum of a failed philosophy and phony ideology.
But nothing makes Power The Future celebrate more than seeing Tom Steyer pour $120 million of his personal wealth into another round of election failures. Much like 2014 and 2016, when Steyer was the top donor without any success, Steyer once again topped the charts, and failed.
Where are the “dark money” acolytes?
Steyer spent $16 million in Florida in support of climate radical Andrew Gillum. Fail.
He endorsed another radical, Kevin De Leon, in California. Fail.
But most of all he spent a small fortune to push radical ballot initiatives in Alaska, Colorado, Arizona, and Washington. The voters rejected them overwhelmingly.
Full disclosure, he did manage to dupe the voters of Nevada, and we hope that in time as their energy prices inevitably skyrocket, the citizens will overturn what a San Francisco billionaire spent millions to shove down their throats. One thing is certain: Tom Steyer will have to live with the pain he will cause Nevada families.
Steyer and his organizations will continue to push their agenda, especially as he gears up for a 2020 Presidential run. He continues to visit primary states testing the water for his campaign, and Power The Future will continue to call out the billionaire’s hypocrisy and the danger his policies pose for America’s prosperity.