In 2016 conservative publishers helped push candidate Trump across the finish line with their massive presence on social media.
But that did not happen in 2018.
On the November 2018 election, after the votes were counted and harvested, Democrats took control of the US House of Representatives.
Wealthy suburban voters and women were credited by the media for the win.
At least 35 Republican lawmakers lost their seats.
Democrats have a huge advantage over Republicans with their partners in the media complex, Hollywood, and academia.
And, unlike 2016, in 2018 Democrats also owed a huge amount of credit to the liberal anti-conservative tech giants Google, Facebook and Twitter.
Suburban voters and women no longer were reading conservative articles on Facebook. Facebook eliminated at least 1.5 billion links to conservative articles since 2017. If […]
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