There seems to be a lot of liberal angst, as to why the exit polls and the actual results were so far off.
I was surprised that it was not a long election night vote count.
Of course, the Democrats were hoping it would be close, so they could hold back vote results from certain key areas until the end, then hit us with late results from Milwaukee or Madison. But the size of the victory for Walker meant that we would see no late night shenanigans in vote counting in this election.
Somebody once said, that if an election is not close, then the Democrats can’t cheat and steal the election.
Yesterday’s news was that the Justice Department was standing by to investigate voting irregularities. The Democrats had hundreds of lawyers standing by, to deal with an expected re-count. But the size of the victory makes all of that moot.
I see very few have noted that Walker won with a LARGER majority than he did in the general election............
They’ll go back to trotting out the “people voted against their own financial self-interest because they were lied to” meme.
Retaking control of the party from the Soros far left is not something that can be done overnight. However, dealing them a crushing defeat in this cycle certainly helps the more centrist donks in the longer term. This is a really interesting election.