The tide is turning and the tears will be flowing on election night in November again for the heartbroken Dem supporters.
Who can forget those now iconic pictures of crying Hillary supporters totally in shock as the massive ballroom she rented for her coronation went from silence to sobbing tears to empty as everyone fled the scene of the crime.
They can look forward to more of that because America has seen what the Democrats have to offer over the last two years and it is not good.
And say what you will about Trump, if a voter hates politicians as most do, they are never going to vote for a career swamp guy like Biden.
In Virginian we got a taste of what’s to come as a city that voted for Obama twice just threw all the Dems out after watching them overreach on guns and other issues.
Three Democratic members of the Staunton, Virginia, city council were ousted by Republicans on Tuesday despite receiving more votes than they did four years ago.
Republican candidates Mark Robertson, Amy Darby, and Steve Claffey all joined incumbent Andrea Oakes in a four-seat GOP sweep, WHSV reported. The three incoming council members replaced Democratic incumbents Erik Curren, Ophie Kier, and James Harrington all almost doubled their vote totals from 2016, yet still lost.
Local outlet Augusta Free Press reporter Chris Graham called the results “stunning almost beyond words.”
“Democrats got their voters out better than they have in a May cycle in years,” Graham wrote. “Republicans got turnout more akin to, not quite a presidential year, but approaching gubernatorial.”
Graham cited gun control legislation in the state as well as COVID-19 lockdowns as key turnout drivers for Republicans in the city.
Overall voter turnout was 4,320, the Augusta Free Press reported, with a total of 17,279 votes cast.
“For comparison to previous cycles, the 2018 local election had 7,068 votes cast for three seats, which would work out to 2,356 individual voters turning out,” wrote Graham. “Back in 2016, the most recent, until Tuesday, four-seat election, the total cast was 6,325, or 1,581 individual voters.”