Democrats Could Fair Badly In Midterms As Inflation Rocks The South

( CNBC reported this week how the Democrats are in real danger of losing in this year’s mid-term elections…as if we didn’t all know it already.

A report by CNBC’s Thomas Franck reveals how the South has seen inflation hit harder than many other places in the United States, with prices rising across a 16-state region by an average of 8.4% over last year.

But Franck notes that prices aren’t the only things “heating up” in the South and West, with politics back on everyone’s minds as people prepare to head out to the voting booths.

“Some residents say rising food, gasoline, and housing costs are likely to play a factor in how they vote this year,” he wrote.

And if that’s the case, the Democrats are in for a rude awakening…because today’s economic crisis has been caused by the policies implemented by the Biden administration.

Franck tells the story of many regular working Americans in the south, giving an example of 45-year-old Matthew Rice, a graduate of Armstrong State University, who now says that rising prices have changed his household budget and are changing the way he thinks about voting.

“But as different as Georgia’s candidates and elections are, voters are unified by their shared fatigue over rising sticker prices for gasoline, groceries and housing,” Franck also says, referring to the upcoming Georgia Senate race.

“In its most recent update last month, the department said its benchmark consumer inflation index rose 7.9% over the last 12 months, the hottest reading since January 1982,” he also said, referencing recent data published by the Labor Department.

Left-wing journalists even know that the Democrats are in trouble this year.

Do you think the Democrats know?