Within a few months the Republican Party was on rhetorical offensive against Biden and his fellow Democrats – beat them with a hammer on withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan on an increase in the number of murders, on chaotic southern border and on seemingly foreverrising inflation. But, unlike with these questions, public opinion runs sharp against Republican Party on abortion, which party can pay significant political price if Caviar overturned.
Asked about the leak, Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyoming) said he thought voters would more concentrated on immigration, crime and especially, economy. “Inflation is at a record high. Gas prices are at an all-time high,” said Barrasso, the third Republican in the Senate. “People are going to do decision about the impact on their privacy, and that’s why we’re going to take over the House of Representatives and take over the Senate.”