Biden’s Worst Nightmare: GOP Gets 1 Seat Closer to House Majority as Incumbent Wins in Close Race

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In an inexcusable repeat of 2020, Election Day has farcically morphed into Election Month this year. However, there’s good news for the GOP as incumbent Republican Rep. David Schweikert of Arizona won re-election to Congress late Sunday — five days after voters went to the polls.

By defeating Democratic challenger Jevin Hodge in the race to represent Arizona’s 1st Congressional District, Schweikert brought the GOP one step closer to regaining control of the House of Representatives.

This scenario could be President Joe Biden’s worst nightmare, as numerous Republicans — including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia — have vowed to impeach him if the GOP regains control of the lower chamber of Congress.

A GOP-controlled House also would be able to block many of Biden’s radical bills and put the kibosh on some of his destructive policies.

As of 2 p.m. ET Monday, Democrats had won 201 seats in the House, according to Decision Desk HQ, while Republicans controlled 215 seats — just three seats shy of the 218 needed to control the chamber.

On Monday, Biden acknowledged that the Democrats were unlikely to retain control of the House.

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