Nancy Pelosi just found out some devastating news that she never saw coming

Democrats thought they received a lifeline in the November Midterm elections.

But that was a massive miscalculation.

And Nancy Pelosi just found out some devastating news that she never saw coming.

Every poll shows the Democrats are staring down the barrel of a landslide defeat in the Midterm elections.

Losing the House of Representatives is a formality at this point, and experts favor Republicans to win control of the U.S. Senate as well.

But when the Supreme Court handed down the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization opinion that overturned Roe v. Wade, Democrats thought they caught a break.

Democrats and their allies in the corporate-controlled press tried to promote the narrative that the Court striking down abortion on demand as the law of the land would fire up a Democrat Party base who views Joe Biden as an old senile failure.

The belief leftists clung to that a pro-abortion majority would rise up and save Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s jobs this November proved to be foolish.

A new Washington Post-Schar School poll found voters who supported the decision to overturn Roe were more likely to vote than those who backed abortion on demand with no restrictions.

The Washington Post reports:

When it comes to the Supreme Court’s June ruling, 65 percent view the decision as a major loss of women’s rights, while 35 percent say it is not. Among those certain they will vote, 58 percent say it represents a loss of women’s rights, while 42 percent say it does not. And a slight majority of certain voters support a federal law allowing abortion before a fetus can survive outside the womb.

But the poll also provides evidence of an enthusiasm problem for Democrats: Those who reject the idea that the court’s ruling is a loss for women are 18 percentage points more likely to express certainty they will vote in the midterms — 70 percent compared with 52 percent of those who do see such a loss, according to the Post-Schar School poll conducted July 22 to 24.

These poll numbers mirror the results in last year’s Virginia Gubernatorial Election.

Democrats believed that Virginia being a Blue state meant that abortion would serve as a wedge issue with suburban swing voters.

But exit poll data showed that of the eight percent of Virginians who listed abortion as their top issue, Republican Glenn Youngkin won 58 percent of that vote.

The Democrats’ stand for abortion on demand with no restrictions is not popular.

And it motivates Pro-Life voters to turn out at higher rates.

Democrats should have learned that lesson from the Virginia election.

This Washington Post poll should serve as the final nail in the coffin for the notion that the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade could save the Democrats in November.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.