Fox News commentators called out the midterm GOP. described as a ‘serious indictment’ for


Fox News pundit and Washington Post columnist Mark Thiessen said the Republican Party has some major soul-searching after the 2022 midterm elections.

Thiessen said in commentary that after the results came out Wednesday morning, it was the GOP’s indictment that it did not rectify the headwinds facing Democrats in the election.

“There is a broader issue, and think about it: we have the worst inflation in four decades, the worst fall in real wages in 40 years, the worst crime wave since the 1990s, the worst border crisis in US history. “We have Joe Biden, the least popular president after Harry Truman since the presidential election, and there was no red wave,” Thiessen said.

“This is a serious indictment of the Republican Party. This is a serious indictment of the message we’re sending to voters. They saw all that, and looked at the Republican alternative, and said ‘No thanks.”

The GOP, Thiessen continued, “needs to do a really deep introspection in the mirror right now, because this is an absolute disaster for the Republican Party, and we need to look back.”

Results in the House and Senate remained unclear on Wednesday, as it was still possible for the GOP to secure both chambers.

But even the Democrats had clearly exceeded expectations.

Democrats were able to challenge Republicans in several major congressional races on Tuesday evening, including Senate seats in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire and several competitive House races in Washington, DC.

Republicans won big in Florida and Ohio on Tuesday evening, but the “red wave” that analysts and political observers predicted would sweep the nation midway through President Biden’s first term.

Several of the GOP’s nominees for Senate and governor, who have aligned themselves with former President Trump, were projected to either lose Tuesday evening or trail by Wednesday morning.

“We need to see who won today,” Thiessen said. “Ron DeSantis [in Florida]. Devin [in Ohio]. These governors. Kemp [in Georgia], Abbott [in Texas] … It’s the way of the future. And by choosing these, you know, these radicals are a lot more than them. The trailing candidates have put the Republican Party in a dire situation, and voters have left, blaming the Republican Party.

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