Democrats know that with crazy-left Joe Biden at the helm, it’s “après moi, le déluge.” Louis XIV coined that phrase to say that all hell was going to break loose once his time passed in a conversation with his mistress. He was right: by 1789, it did. Democrats seem right now to be saying the same. Some examples, from today’s news, starting with Fox News: The special election in Texas’ Sixth Congressional District on Saturday was seen as the first competitive race since Joe Biden was elected president and a bellwether on how a district that was seen to be purpling reacted to the new administration’s first 100 days. The results were seen as a blow to Democrats because two Republicans earned enough votes to advance to a runoff. Susan Wright, the wife of the late Republican Rep. Ron Wright, was followed in votes by Jake Ellzey who eked out a win over Democrat Jana Lynne Sanchez. (Sanchez conceded in a social media post. She lost by about 400 votes.) The headline stated that the special election result Saturday raised major questions about Biden’s supposed popularity.