The annual Congressional baseball game happened this week, and Republicans beat the Democrats with a score of 10-0.

American Lookout – Some people are calling this a metaphor for the upcoming midterm elections.

Maybe the Democrat team spent all their time talking about January 6th instead of practicing.

FOX News reports:

Washington, DC: Republicans shut out Democrats in Congressional Baseball Game at Nationals Park

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Republican lawmakers emerged victorious at the annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity in Washington, D.C., on Thursday night, after a rain delay interrupted the game.

The Republicans were up 4-0 over the Democrats in the 4th inning, ahead of the delay, and ultimately won the friendly contest, shutting out their opponents 10-0.

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The lawmakers took to the Nationals Park field, where the Washington Nationals play. The game continued their annual bipartisan tradition since the first game was played in 1909.

The players wore jerseys from teams in their respective districts or states.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the coach for the Democratic team, said in an interview with Fox News’ Chad Pergram that comradery and the players’ love for baseball was the reason the congressional members continue to set aside their differences for the game.

“This game is so great and people are so nice,” she said. “That’s what makes it great that we’re competitive, and it’s great to be here and have a little fun. “

One Democrat behaved exactly as you would expect.

California Democrat Rep. Linda Sanchez gave the Republican dug out the finger right before her team got BODIED 10-0 by the GOP in the congressional baseball game.

And, of course, there were annoying liberal climate change protesters outside.

Is this what November is going to look like? A Republican landslide? We’ll see.

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