by Billy Roper
With the 2018 mid-term elections coming up this fall, blue states are on track to become more deeply blue, sliding even further leftwards, and red states are looking as if they will turn even deeper crimson red, and edge further to the right. Each are reacting against the other. Both sides of the divide are radicalizing in their own stewing echo chambers. The Pacific Northwest and the Southwest, as they become even more liberal, will become more extreme in that, and in the upper South, which is becoming more conservative due to ongoing regional White flight from the darkening deep south which is going under nonWhite control, RINO Republican establishment politicians will be challenged by more populist right wing candidates in the primaries.
Both coasts will be fully Democratic, in all likelihood. In fact, far-left candidates will challenge moderate Democrats in blue state primary elections. Republicans will…
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