After the November elections, Republicans will have 52 seats in the Senate, with several victories in states such as Nevada, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, according to Sen. Rick Scott of Florida in an interview with Newmax TV.
During an interview on CNN's "State of the Union," Scott noted that Herschel Walker will win in Georgia, while Mehmet Oz will defeat John Fetterman in Pennsylvania, and Adam Laxalt will be victorious in Nevada.
Despite the polls' unfavorable predictions, Scott claimed victories for his party's nominees in New Hampshire, Joe O'Dea in Colorado, and Tiffany Smiley in Washington.
He noted that the victories will come, as the Democrats have failed to run on their record. Americans are displeased with their party's performance.
According to Scott, the public doesn't like high prices at the gas pump and food prices. They also don't like the policies of the Democrats, such as building an open border and increasing crime. These are the issues that the public is fed up with.
According to the FiveThirtyEight model, the Democrats have a 53% chance of maintaining their Senate majority, while the Republican Party is expected to win the House. Many of the polls' numbers are starting to change nationally, and the GOP is favored to take over both chambers.
Scott noted that the public is fed up with the policies of the Democrats, such as building an open border and increasing crime. He said that the party is due for a "rude awakening."