Dems thought they could steal the victory from Trump, but now they’re paying a triple price.
The split decision of the 2018 Midterms got dirty fast as close races saw some unbelievable double-dealing.
Trucks full of ballots pulled up to Broward County in Florida.
The press was blocked from showing the public what was really going on.
Lawsuits flew on both sides. Republicans were trying to keep the process legal, while Democrats tried to bend the laws into a win for them.
Three high-profile races in the South came down to the wire, and the nation held its breath as the days passed.
But all at once, all three have been declared, and it looks like justice has truly been done in all three.
BREAKING: Democrat Andrew Gillum officially ends bid for Florida governor, congratulates Republican Ron DeSantis
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 17, 2018
One down, two to go. The far-left socialist Gillum, who conceded, then un-conceded, finally gave up the fight, and Ron DeSantis emerged victorious. Then the bigger shoe dropped.
From Fox News:
Florida’s long-time Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson conceded to Republican challenger Gov. Rick Scott Sunday, drawing the hotly contested race to represent the Sunshine State to a close after 12 days of legal wrangling.
According to the Florida Secretary of State’s office, Scott led Nelson by approximately 10,000 votes after the state’s 67 counties completed machine and manual recounts.
And President Trump had his own message for Senator-Elect Rick Scott:
From day one Rick Scott never wavered. He was a great Governor and will be even a greater Senator in representing the People of Florida. Congratulations to Rick on having waged such a courageous and successful campaign!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 18, 2018
SHARE to congratulate Rick Scott and President Trump on a well-deserved win!
For the first time in over a century, Florida is sending two Republicans to the U.S. Senate.
But while Nelson and Gillum seemed to give police concessions, one final race was not so kind. And this one’s a huge win too.
Democrat Stacey Abrams on Friday acknowledged that Republican Brian Kemp will become the next governor of Georgia, ending her bid to become the first African American woman elected to lead a state.
She couldn’t help but be a sore loser:
“So let’s be clear — this is not a speech of concession, because concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true or proper,” she said.
“Under the watch of the now former secretary of state, democracy failed Georgia,” Abrams said of Kemp…
Poor Stacey Abrams, who never once had a real chance at winning once the votes came in, but blames her loss on democracy itself.
Even the two big O’s, Oprah and Obama, could not save her from her terrible liberal record.
Thank goodness Republican Brian Kemp will be Georgia’s next governor. But the media is going to spin this as a loss and even a steal for Republicans. People need to hear the real story.
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Sources: CNN, Twitter, Fox News