Countless people have called in the last few days to ask me if Kari Lake or Blake Masters or Adam Laxalt or Lauren Boebert — and all the rest of the midterm candidates in “stalled” races — will ultimately prevail.
My answer is always the same: no. No, I don’t think they’re going to prevail. They’re going to lose. In fact, they’re being cheated out of their victories right now.
My rule of thumb is simple: if you’re a Trump-aligned Republican and your election results were not released within 24 hours of Election Day, then you’re toast.
The entire point of “slow-rolling” vote-counting is that it gives the cheaters the necessary time to count how many ballots they need to beat the Republican candidate and then to manufacture those ballots — or to disappear the necessary number of GOP ballots by “abjudication.”
Didn’t the GOP learn any of these lessons from the 2020 election? Of course not.
Example 1: Adam Laxalt (R) lost in Nevada:
On November 9th, Senate candidate Adam Laxalt (R- NV) reassured his voters that his opponent needed 63% of the remaining 84,000 votes in Clark County, Nevada to catch up with him in the vote-count.
So it was strange, and a little disconcerting, to see that Laxalt’s opponent got exactly 63% of those remaining 84,000 votes two days later. …
Example 2: Blake Masters (R) lost in Arizona:
Senate candidate Blake Masters (R-AZ) also seemed to share the view that ultimately he would be victorious in his race against Mark Kelly — because he too believed that the remaining 500,000 votes to be counted there heavily favored him.
Why would anyone believe such things after living through the 2020 election? Why did the electronic voting machines stop in at least 5 states on Election Day this week? What do they think is really going on?
It’s almost like they don’t understand how cheating works.
Example 3: Kari Lake (r) lost in Arizona:
Democrat Katie Hobbs pulled off a come-from-behind victory against Republican Kari Lake to clinch the Arizona governor’s office, according to the Associated Press….
Late Monday evening, Lake suggested she might not graciously accept the results of her own loss either. “Arizonans know BS when they see it,” she tweeted to her nearly 700,000 followers.
Lake’s opponent, the victorious Katie Hobbs, didn’t campaign much and didn’t debate — because, like Biden in 2020 — she just knew she was going to win. The fix was in.
Kari Lake is now unemployed. Vice President on Trump or DeSantis’ ticket, perhaps?
Any electioneering process that takes six days to determine the winner and permits weeks of ballot collection within the construct, is no longer an election based on votes.
I’m not sure what to call these multi-week ballot collection contests, but they do not resemble any election that I can reference in any other western nation.