“Three Strikes You’re Out:” Governor Hogan Joins CNN’s “State of the Union” to Discuss Rejection of Extremism in Midterm Elections

Earlier today, Governor Hogan joined CNN’s “State of the Union” with Dana Bash to discuss the midterm election results.

Governor Hogan On The 2022 Results: “This should have been a huge red wave. It should have been one of the biggest red waves we’ve ever had. President Biden’s approval rating was so low. One of the lowest historically. More than 70% of the people thought the country was going in the wrong direction. And yet, we still didn’t perform. I think common sense conservatives that focused on talking about issues that people cared about, like the economy and crime and education, they did win. But people who tried to re-litigate the 2020 election and focused on conspiracy theories, and talked about things that voters didn’t care about, they were all almost universally rejected. I think it’s basically the third election in a row that Donald Trump has cost us the race. And it’s like, three strikes, you’re out…The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Donald Trump kept saying we’d be winning so much we’ll get tired of winning. I’m tired of losing. I mean, that’s all he’s done.”

Watch Governor Hogan on CNN’s “State of the Union” here.