For similar reasons to those in this article, I think the GOP keeps the House and gains seats in the Senate. If not, I’ll eat crow tomorrow. An excerpt:
There is but one more reason for my confidence in a Red victory:
Both the President’s enemies as well as many of his supporters still have not grasped the significance of his victory two years ago. Their prognostications continue to reflect a mindset of an earlier era, a pre-Trump era, and they still refuse to accept that Trump is as world-historic a figure as they come.
Both Republican and Democratic commentators (and pollsters) have not figured out—doubtless, many don’t want to figure this out—that their old templates, scripts, models, and even the whole Republican/Democrat paradigm central to their worldview have been relegated by Trump to the same place to which he dispatched the Obamas, the Clintons, the Bushes, and the entire GAME (Government-Academia-Media-Entertainment complex): the trash heap of history.
If Republicans and those who Trump has made into Republican voters get to the polling stations tomorrow, the GOP will win handily.