Democrats are terrified this ticking time bomb will guarantee defeat in 2024

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Nerves on the Left continue to grow frayed over their prospects in the 2024 election.

But there is one issue that could prove to be the final nail in the coffin.

And Democrats are terrified this ticking time bomb will guarantee defeat in 2024.

From day one, the border has been Joe Biden and the Democrat Party’s biggest vulnerability.

Biden halted construction on the border wall and tried to end several successful Trump border initiatives such as the Remain in Mexico Protocols.

A record wave of illegal aliens poured into the country in greater numbers than the population of all but 19 states.

New York is now Ground Zero for the political disaster the Democrats created at the border.

Republicans hold a narrow five-seat majority in the House of Representatives.

Democrats believe they can flip control of the House in New York alone by winning back four key suburban districts the GOP turned from blue to red in 2022.

But there is one major obstacle in the way.

And that is Democrat Governor Kathy Hocul’s handling of the illegal alien crisis.

Red states like Texas and Florida got fed up with bearing the burden of Joe Biden’s open borders agenda.

Governors Greg Abbott and Ron DeSantis took Democrats up on their words that they wanted to run sanctuary cities and states and began busing illegal aliens to blue jurisdictions.

Over 50,000 illegal aliens ended up in the sanctuary city of New York leading an angry Mayor Eric Adams to declare the city “closed.”

Adams is now secretly bussing these illegal aliens to suburbs and Kathy Hocul is sitting on her hands.

That’s leading strategists on the Left to worry suburbs overflowing with illegal aliens will create a political backlash that will keep those districts in GOP hands and cost Democrats a majority in the House of Representatives.

“The reality is that when you’re governor, it’s going to be on you, whether you choose to engage or not,” Democratic political consultant Doug Forand told The New York Times. “It’s not surprising she doesn’t want to wander into this particular minefield, because it’s really ugly, but in the absence of some form of action, she’s going to have to take those stronger positions soon.”

“There is no question in my mind that the politics of this is a disaster to Democrats,” former deputy mayor and political adviser to Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Hillary Clinton Howard Wolfson added. “This issue alone has the potential to cost Democrats the House, because it is such a huge issue in New York City and the coverage of it is clearly heard and seen by voters in all of these swing districts in the suburbs.”

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