Pundits are only asking one question about this November.
Will the blue wave be big enough to sweep the Democrats into power?
But a secret recording just surfaced that could doom the Democrats in the midterm elections.
The underreported story of 2018 is the civil war raging in the Democrat Party.
The far-left base is running candidates in primaries against hand-picked establishment selections.
A divisive primary season could trip up the Democrats plans to win in November.
A prime example is Colorado.
Nancy Pelosi was forced on the defensive when a secret recording surfaced of House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer pressuring a left-wing candidate to drop out and clear the field for the party bosses’s candidate.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi defended leadership meddling in crowded Democratic primary races Thursday after audio surfaced of House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer urging a progressive candidate in Colorado to drop out.
“I don’t see anything inappropriate in what Mr. Hoyer was engaged in conversation about,” Pelosi told reporters at her weekly press conference. “If the realities of life is that some candidates can do better in the general than others, then that’s a clear-eyed conversation that we should be having.”
In audio obtained by the Intercept, Hoyer is heard telling liberal Democrat Levi Tillemann to drop out of the race in order to clear the field for establishment-backed Jason Crow, an Army veteran.
“I am for Crow because a judgment was made very early on. I didn’t know Crow. I didn’t participate in the decision. But a decision was made early on by the Colorado delegation,” Hoyer told Tillemann in the secretly recorded December meeting.
If the party base believes the big shots are trying to big foot them in the primaries they may not turn out in sufficient numbers in November to secure victory.
That would be a catastrophe for the Democrats and would lead to a fractured party engaging in a circular firing squad.
But it would good news for Donald Trump and the rest of America.