Democrats Bet On The Republicans To Push Their Luck Again
Posted: December 13, 2021
Updated: January 4, 2022
Supreme Court Creates Battleground For 2022
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Did you bet on politics in the US calming down after Donald Trump left office? Did you? Aww. Shame then, that you can still feel his presence bending reality across the US political landscape. Indeed, he’d claim you can only bet on the Republicans to win the midterms at Bovada in such confidence because of him. Bombast aside, online bookies in the US are offering far better odds on the Republicans than on the Democrats. Which is odd given the Supreme Court’s decision.
As we lament the disaster in Kentucky the political whirlwind gains momentum. You can always bet on the Democrats to do well with disaster relief, but they themselves face another disaster. The midterm elections may appear a long way off, but the fight for them has already begun. However whilst at present it appears you should bet on the Republicans to regain control of the Senate, be careful. Yes, the odds on the Democrats are long, but they’ve still some cards to play.
They think they can overcome the gerrymandered districts, the archaic Electoral College and the filibuster. Obviously, at first sight, this appears laughable. However, you can always bet on the Republicans to go too far. Or at least some Republicans. That’s probably why online betting sites in the US like Bovada don’t offer even shorter prices on them. There’s just a chance they’ve shot themselves in the foot. Or, given this is Texas we’re talking about, the snake-skin cowboy boot.
Supreme Court Arm Democrats For The Midterms
Abortion is a key issue in US politics. Few politicians escape from the labels “pro-life” or “pro-choice”. So, when Texas introduced rather draconian abortion laws, opponents took them to court. They took it all the way to the Supreme Court, who promptly backed the law. Now whilst this is all very well ideologically you can bet on the Republicans regretting it. They’ve painted the entire party as hardline conservatives, a perception Donald Trump doesn’t help dissipate.
Odds On The US Midterm Elections
- D House / R Senate – 19/1
- D House / D Senate – 33/5
- R House / D Senate – 33/10
- R House / R Senate – 7/15
So, the Supreme Court has handed the Democrats a bag of ammunition for the upcoming fight. If that becomes a central issue in the midterms you can bet on the Republicans having a hard time of it. The Democrats will find it all very easy to paint as a creeping attack on Roe vs Wade. Which of course, it is. Indeed as time goes on you could see the odds on the midterms at online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada start to slide away from the Republicans altogether.
Bovada Has Your Bet On The Republicans In 2022
Of course whilst you can bet on the Republicans deny it, their other mistake was Donald Trump. He has not faded away as many had hoped he might. He’s apparently not content to golf away his days. Many believe he will run again in 2024. But before you go out and bet on Donald Trump just remember, the investigation is still ongoing. How do you deny plotting a coup when there’s a power point presentation of the plot? It’s enough to make you bet on Ron DeSantis instead, right?
Odds On The 2024 US Presidential Election
- Anyone Else – 40/1+
- Mike Pence – 22/1
- Pete Buttigieg – 20/1
- Nikki Haley – 20/1
- Ron DeSantis – 8/1
- Kamala Harris – 7/1
- Joe Biden – 9/2
- Donald Trump – 3/1
In any sane world you’d bet on the Republicans to do that. Problem is Donald Trump has a grip on the party that will probably see him run again regardless. Unless, of course, the investigation actually finds a charge they can make stick. Just don’t bet on Joe Biden tilting at that windmill himself, he’ll leave that to the party. You never know, perhaps they’ll find something, and suddenly taking advantage of US gambling laws to back the Democrats won’t look so very silly.
We take a look at why you can always bet on the Republicans to go a little too far and why it might cost them the midterms this time round.