‘House popular vote’? New doom-and-gloom ‘crisis’ being pushed by panicky libs has GOPers optimistic

Some panicked liberals are spouting about an upcoming “crisis” as Democrats ready their post-election spin in case things don’t go like they planned.

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On the even of a highly anticipated midterm election, Vox’s Ezra Klein projected doom and gloom “if Democrats win the House popular vote but not the majority.”

Klein’s perplexing observation sparked raised eyebrows and facepalms across Twitter as many of his colleagues chimed in.

Some found his observation “hugely important,” like MSNBC’s Joy Reid.

And apparently the term was quickly becoming a favorite of Democrats.

Others, however, called it out for what it was — a made-up term — and possibly a sign that Dems are losing faith in taking back the House.

The Vox founder and editor-at-large had also noted that midterm elections “decide who holds power” and don’t “reveal what the public believes.”

Klein debated his point with Federalist co-founder, Sean Davis.

Klein’s argument about the “House popular vote” continued to reverberate on Twitter.

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