Heads up for the "Dems have no national message" people: The McConnell comments on entitlements are driving today's state Dem messaging. pic.twitter.com/OzCvauPMax
— Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) October 16, 2018
Remember when Republicans and cable news people concern-trolled the Dems about "overreaching" against Kavanaugh? McConnell's announcement about cutting Social Security and Medicare with three weeks out is at least as damaging to the @GOP, if not far, far worse. USE THIS, Dems!!
— Bob Cesca (@bobcesca_go) October 16, 2018
Let’s be absolutely clear: the GOP now wants to pay for massive, deficit-busting tax breaks for the top 1% and corporations by cutting Medicare and Social Security. https://t.co/xUtseMExAX
— Kamala Harris (@SenKamalaHarris) October 16, 2018
The @GOP tax cut is projected to add about $2 trillion to the national debt
Republicans cut taxes & increased government spending but McConnell is still blaming Medicare, Medicaid, & Social Security for the deficit
— Rantt Media (@RanttMedia) October 17, 2018
Democrats have raised almost 2/3 of the total money for the House (not counting candidates who lost in primaries). Despite the fact that the GOP holds the incumbency advantage. Never been anything like that before in our House fundraising data, which goes back to 1998. pic.twitter.com/18iRaPGQxJ
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) October 16, 2018
I don’t think any model or historical comparison does or can adequately account for the magnitude of Dem candidate fundraising, & how this shows, though nobody felt it, a tectonic movement on the House map. The most important benefit off incumbency—money—is gone. This is huge.
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) October 16, 2018