Just Revealed: Dems Are Getting Crushed By Republicans In An Area That Could Doom Them

As candidates in both parties vie for the support of donors who keep their campaigns viable, party leaders are likewise in a never-ending pursuit of capital. According to an exclusive report by Breitbart this week, one party is clearly leading that effort.

In a comparison of party expenditures over the last several months, the Democrat National Committee showed a net loss while its GOP counterpart remained squarely in the black.

As a recent example, the DNC in September came up more than $1.2 million short of meeting its $5.25 million in expenditures. Overall, the committee reportedly has nearly $7 million in debt and just $4.7 million in cash on hand.

Contrasting the party’s current situation with the same period leading into the 2012 presidential election, the facts look even grimmer. The DNC’s November 2011 report to the Federal Election Commission showed a party with more than $11 million in cash on hand.

A particularly vibrant primary season for Republicans has coincided with a much more optimistic outlook for the Republican National Committee. With less than $2 million in debt, the party has a reserve of more than $20 million in cash on hand.

Not only has the RNC spent the last 10 months taking in more cash than Democrats, GOP leaders have also been able to spend more than the DNC over the same period.

Hillary Just Got The Worst News She’s Seen In A While, And Republicans Are Ecstatic

As Hillary Clinton moves forward in her pursuit of the Democratic presidential nomination, a new poll indicates that her path to the White House remains rocky.

Six Republican presidential candidates would defeat Clinton in head-to-head matchups, according to a new Fox News poll.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., did the best against Clinton, defeating her 50-42 percent.

Jeb Bush would defeat Clinton by 6 points, according to the poll. Donald Trump and Ben Carson each would defeat Clinton by lead by 5 points. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, would beat her by 4 points. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie topped Clinton by 3 points. Carly Fiorina was tied with Clinton in the poll.

“Rubio not only commands the widest margin against Clinton, he’s the only one who hits the 50 percent mark,” wrote Fox News. “Rubio’s margin comes entirely from men, who go for him over Clinton by 17 points. The two are tied among women voters. This is the first time Rubio has topped Clinton, although it’s always been close — she was up by just one point in June (45 Clinton vs. 44 Rubio).”

“A long series of financial and ethical scandals has dogged Clinton, including recent allegations that her husband and their family foundation benefited financially from decisions she made as secretary of state,” wrote the Daily Mail, in summarizing Clinton’s challenges. “Her performance surrounding the 2012 terror attack on a State Department facility in Benghazi, Libya, has been catnip for conservative Republicans”

“And her presidential campaign has been marked by an unwillingness to engage journalists, instead meeting with hand-picked groups of voters,” the Daily Mail added.

h/t: Washington Examiner

Watch: The Stunning Thing That Just Happened Could Cause ‘Terror’ For Dems- Even NBC Admits It

Kentucky voters made a resounding statement Tuesday, sending reverberations across the political establishment.

In a state where only one other Republican has served as governor over the past 40 years, Republican Matt Bevin defied the polls and defeated Democratic opponent Jack Conway 53-44 percent in the race for governor of Kentucky.

Bevin campaigned strongly against Obama administration, making his victory a possible bellwether of the national mood as America heads toward the 2016 presidential election.

“I think the terror for the Democrats is, is that a metaphor for the national election?” said NBC commentator Tom Brokaw, appearing with Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. “Because Bevin ran kind of a classic Tea Party race against the establishment down there.”

Brokaw cited political expert Charles Cook’s statement on the election.

“If it goes this way, it’s radioactive for the Democrats because it’s a rejection, again, of Obama and what the Democrats are standing for at this point,” Brokaw quoted Cook as saying.

Bevin campaigned strongly against Obamacare, saying he would shut down Kentucky’s health care exchange and reduce Medicaid. One of his campaign ads said Bevin would “protect” Kentucky from Obama’s “war on Kentucky.”

Elisabeth Pearson, executive director of the Democratic Governors Association, said the Democratic candidate “ran into the unexpected headwinds of Trump-mania, losing to an outsider candidate in the year of the outsider.”

Shortly before the election, the New York Times called Bevin “a loose cannon capable of alienating voters from both parties.”

Bevin had given his critics a succinct reply: “You watch.”

h/t: TheBlaze

Watch: Megyn Kelly Has This Message For GOP Candidates Upset About Debates – Dems Are Loving It

Left-leaning media outlets are exploiting recent comments by Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly in response to the media bias complaints voiced by a majority of the Republican presidential campaigns.

Speaking to guest Chris Stirewalt, Kelly lamented the results of a recent powwow involving representatives from most of the GOP camps. Specifically, she characterized many of the requests being made of networks hosting future debates as petty.

She wondered whether an issue such as the temperature of the debate venue “needs to be in a contract,” going on to list several other points included in the letter – punctuated with her own commentary.

“They want all the candidates to receive similarly substantive questions,” she said. “No so-called lightning rounds of questioning, approval of any on-screen graphics aired during the debate – oh yeah, that’s going to happen, the networks should commit that they will not ask hand-raising questions, yes-or-no questions, allow candidate-to-candidate questions, and then maybe, like the foot massage?”

Stirewalt shot back with a suggestion of his own.

“No brown M&Ms,” he said.

Decidedly leftist outfits including Talking Points Memo and Occupy Democrats have since shared the clip, offering their respective audiences some inspiration for mockery.

“Wow,” one TPM reader wrote, “the Republican candidates have wondered [sic] so far off the reservation that they’re making Megyn Kelly seem rational. Amazing.”

Occupy Democrats readers were similarly decisive in their rebuke of the GOP field.

“They are crying about these issues,” one commenter hypothesized, “because they are superficial, unprepared COWARDS. They are all completely incompetent to hold the presidential office.”

Are the GOP candidates’ concerns legitimate? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Carson Just Heard Obama’s GOP Debate Taunt, Reminds Him EXACTLY What He’s Afraid Of

“Have you noticed every one of these candidates say…when I talk to Putin, he’s gonna straighten out! Just lookin at him it’s gonna be…and then, it turns out, they can’t handle a bunch of CNBC moderators!”

And with that, Barack Obama got a roaring laugh from the crowd at a Broadway theater where he evidently made an attempt at stand-up comedy. The comments seem to portray the Republican Party candidates as inept and incompetent, hence the laughter.

That criticism appears to drive home the point that Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus made when he decided to disassociate the RNC from NBC in future debates scheduled for next year.

Western Journalism reported on the anger and displeasure Priebus expressed at the line of questioning that was apparently meant to humiliate and denigrate the candidates. He issued a statement immediately following the debate:

While I was proud of our candidates and the way they handled tonight’s debate, the performance by the CNBC moderators was extremely disappointing and did a disservice to their network, our candidates, and voters…Our diverse field of talented and exceptionally qualified candidates did their best to share ideas for how to reinvigorate the economy and put Americans back to work despite deeply unfortunate questioning from CNBC.

Western Journalism reported on the line of questioning that was offensive and contemptuous to candidate Ted Cruz, who called the moderators to the carpet in outrage by saying, “The questions that have been asked this far in the debate illustrates why the American people don’t trust the media.”

Cruz mocked the moderators for asking, “Donald Trump, are you a comic book villain? Ben Carson, can you do math? John Kasich, will you insult two people over there? Marco Rubio, why won’t you resign? Jeb Bush, why have your numbers fallen?” The crowds roared for Cruz calling out the moderators for supposedly attempting to embarrass the candidates.

Ben Carson had a quick answer for Obama’s latest mockery of the candidates. During an interview with Brietbart’s News Daily on SiriusXM, Carson responded, “That wouldn’t happen to be the same President Obama who was afraid to go on Fox, would it…Must be a different guy…That’s just ridiculous.”

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The Obama administration reportedly does not regularly make administration personnel available for interviews through Fox News, which is an apparent hypocrisy noted with Obama’s on- Broadway mockery of the GOP candidates.

Isn’t Obama acting stupidly by mocking Republican candidates?