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Alternate headline – The Honeymoon Is Over.

In addition to the Harvard/Harris poll reported on by Jeff Charles earlier today, there’s this from Axios.

Things are very bad for @HouseDemocrats and @JoeBiden according to Dem polling!https://t.co/8HMeswdeWJ pic.twitter.com/rUteHIw93g

— Michael McAdams (@M_McAdams) June 28, 2021

Zoom out: The Democratic messaging group Future Majority in May released a deck identifying areas where Republicans hold an advantage:

Of the issues polled, “defunding the police,” “open borders” and “reparations for slavery” were by far the biggest turnoffs for both independents and voters in general. Republicans bested Democrats on jobs and the economy, gun rights, and “keeping you and your family safe.” The poll, Future Majority wrote in its report on the findings, “shows voters, especially Independents, believe Democrats overspend.”

Yeah, I’m thinking Future Majority may want to look into a name change. Their polling from swing districts is bad news all the way around. As an aside, now we know exactly why Jen Psaki was gaslighting everyone today by claiming it’s Republicans who want to defund the police.

Meanwhile, on issues like illegal immigration and reparations (among other “social justice” crusades), there is no coming back for Democrats. They’ve gone all-in and there’s no stuffing the genie back in the bottle. If they crack down on illegal border crossings, they’ll lose their left flank. If they continue the status quo, they lose the suburban center that previously killed Republicans in 2018. Further, the pushing of racial essentialism and critical race theory is turning off a lot of people who see it as divisive pseudo-science.

Republicans are also most trusted on bread and butter issues like the economy and crime, which are things that more often than not decide elections. Again, I don’t see how the Democrats rebound on that front either. You don’t just turn around the massive violent crime spikes we are seeing in a

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