You are making factually incorrect statements.
A few weeks back you said the mid-terms was not a wave (only 20 seats won). I provided links and even stated that you are calling the elections too early and that it is indeed a wave among all commonly accepted terms (and the democratic party will win probably 35, turned out to be 40).
Today you said the wins are getting narrower, and the democratic party is doomed.
I pointed you to a link that says that the democratic party won by the largest margin ever in terms of votes.
You now want to make everything in view of the seats won in 2010 elections which was a low turnout election that allowed the republicans to gerrymander based on their win. 2010 was atypical. Democrats were complacent and didn’t show, Republicans were motivated.
The number of votes tell you how people are trending. Republicans are losing by larger and larger vote share which tells you where the country is shifting. They are remaining in power because of gerrymandering and the outsized influence of the rural states in our electoral system.
BTW i use multiple information sources. There have been multiple studies that show that Fox news watchers are actually more poorly informed then people who don’t consume any news at all. the blatant spin and mis-direction of Fox news does a grave injustice to everyone