Hey, Democrat voters: Are you happy about this? You crossed the aisle to vote for Republicans on Tuesday. It may have been the first time you’ve voted for a Republican in your life. That’s fine. We won’t tell anyone. Enthusiasm on the right for our candidates has never been higher. We turned out to unleash a Red Tsunami of Vengeance on the Democrat Party leaders who have crushed the economy. And yet… doesn’t it feel as if someone still had their finger on the scale during Tuesday’s elections? Does the result of some of those elections feel a bit “off” to anyone else?
As of this writing, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has declared victory in the House for Republicans. It looks like the GOP will in fact retake the House. But not by much. We may have a few seat majority, not the 20-30 seat pick up the media promised us. The Senate is anyone’s guess, with four seats still undecided. We shouldn’t be surprised if we end up with another 50-50 tie, or if the Democrats even pick up a clear majority of 51 or 52 this time. And we all know why.
Election day “anomalies” with voting in machines – strictly in red precincts – were off the charts.
All of the machines crashed in Mercer County, NJ. The machines were riddled with errors in Chesterfield County, VA; Harris County, TX; and Suffolk County, NY. In Maricopa County, AZ, 25% of the machines were not working on the morning of the election. As soon as I saw that, I felt sick to my stomach, because it was a repeat of 2020. When the RNC filed an emergency lawsuit to keep the polls open three hours later in those Republican-only precincts where the anomaly happened, a judge denied it.
In Luzerne County, PA, 44 polling places ran out of paper to print their ballots on. That sounds normal for an election day, right? Just running out of paper in 44 places? For all of the Democrat Party’s complaining and griping about voter suppression, it sure does seem like the real suppression happens in red districts, doesn’t it? Delays that force them to wait for hours cause people to give up in frustration and leave without voting.
Here’s another question for Democrat voters: Do you remember last week? Every TV news anchor and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and Joe Biden and everybody else on your side was telling us that the voting machines are vulnerable to hacking and that Republicans might steal the election. But then the only places where the voting machines had SNAFUs were in red counties or red precincts inside blue counties. If the Democrat leadership or the media thought that the machines were stealing a race from a Democrat candidate anywhere, we’d be hearing about it right now.
What does that shift from last week to this week say to you?
Do you know who I really want to hear from right now? All the people who supposedly thought that John Fetterman was a better choice for the United States Senate in Pennsylvania than Dr. Oz. I’d really love to know who those people are, if they really exist. Everybody knows that Dr. Oz was pretty moderate, so he shouldn’t have been that unpalatable to moderate Democrats. My wife has met Oz a couple of times and says he’s really not a terrible guy. He’s not the MAGA champ we would have preferred, but he’s certainly a better choice than a talking vegetable.
Even an unenthusiastic Pennsylvania Republican could have voted for Oz without much difficulty. Moderate Democrats should have voted for him, too, and I suspect they did. So… who is this coalition that voted for Fetterman? Seriously, Pennsylvania voters, you could have cast write-in ballots for a potted plant, a rock, or a monkey dancing on that rock, and it would have been a more logical choice than voting for John Fetterman. The guy’s brains are scrambled, and he cannot speak coherent sentences. He makes Joe Biden look erudite.
Republicans won decisively in states where they shored up their election processes even further after 2020: Florida and Ohio, obviously. We know that no Republicans would have crossed the aisle to vote for Democrats. These idiots are going to have gas up to $10 a gallon in a couple of months and might have us in World War III before Christmas. So, we do know that a lot of Democrats crossed the aisle to vote Republican. The economy was the #1 issue in every poll.
Given that knowledge, does it feel like this was a legit election?