Republicans Gain Heavy House Edge in 2022 as Gerrymandered Maps Emerge
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November 15, 20219 min read, 1723 words

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Published: November 15, 2021  |  9 min read, 1723 words
A year before the polls open in the 2022 midterm elections, Republicans are already poised to flip at least five seats in the closely divided House thanks to redrawn district maps that are more distorted, more disjointed and more gerrymandered than any since the Voting Rights Act...
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Nov 19
This is supposed to be an unbiased article informing readers about gerrymandering—but keep reading, and suddenly the New York Times is editorializing on how bad they think the Democrats' chances are in the 2022 elections, writing, "Democrats, without much to brag about..." Not only does this demonstrate severe anti-Democratic bias; it's also 180 degrees off from the truth. In less than a year, Democrats have: - Brought COVID under control and cut deaths by 75% - Created more than 5 million new jobs - Passed the infrastructure investment the previous 2 presidents could only talk about - Ended America's longest war - Protected millions from poverty and/or eviction - Reopened our schools and businesses - Ended the most egregious era of official corruption in modern US history - Restored the country's democratic institutions - Repaired America's global leadership mantle After less than 10 months in government, Democratic leadership has already been astoundingly impactful and positive for the country, but you'd never know it from the tone of reporting like this. But what's so dangerous for our country is that you can draw a straight line from this type of slanted reporting to Biden's approval ratings, which are increasingly disjoined from his impressive and growing roster of accomplishments thus far. This is SO damaging to our country, and such a disservice to the Times' paying readers.
Nov 19
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