When future generations look back at the 2018 mid-term elections across the United States, one theme should standout above all others: Democrats who trailed by, in some cases, significant margins on Election Night were somehow ultimately declared winners as new ballots seemed to manifest themselves at just the right time.
The fact that races that have seemingly been decided on Election Night somehow managed to shift 180 degrees in the opposite direction – benefiting Democrat candidates EXCLUSIVELY – has become an epidemic across America.
And that fact hasn’t been more clear than in Orange County, California, a once thriving hotbed for Republicans on the deep blue left coast.
On Thursday, the Associated Press projected that Democrat Katie Porter has defeated two-term GOP. Rep. Mimi Walters in the race to represent the county’s inland 45th Congressional District…
Porter now leads Walters by 6,203 votes – or 2.4 percent – after trailing the congresswoman by 6,233 votes on election night. Porter has won about 58 percent of the ballots counted since then.
So, a two-term incumbent Republican was leading by roughly 6,200 votes on Election Night, only to lose to a radical leftist by virtually the exact same vote total over a week later?
Nope, voter fraud doesn’t exact whatsoever. Not even a little bit.