November 12, 2023

Virginia Dems Could Lose Control Of Senate

What is one thing that you're REALLY not supposed to do if you want to be a good leader?

What's something that America's liberals LOVE to do?


Do you see what I'm getting at here?

America's Republicans are DEFINITELY not perfect, but I've seen far fewer instances of them trying to get away with something crooked or simply bending the truth to get what they want.

And when Republicans DO get caught lying?

Other Republicans want them held to a fair standard, and not to be able to cheat their way to the top.

Looked what happened to George Santos, a New York Republican congressman.

It turned out that guy is a complete fraud, and Republicans spoke out against him and said they didn't want to be associated with somebody like that.

When it happens to liberals?

It seems like they arere all in it together.

Take this example out of Virginia:

Virginia Democrats took control of their state Senate by one seat last week.

Narrow victory, huh?

Not so fast.

A winning senator may have lied about actually living in the district she was trying to represent.

This could actually lead to a situation where Republicans take control of the chamber despite Democrats appearing to be in the lead 21-19 right now.

If Ghazala Hashima ends up being ineligible to hold office because of fraudulent campaign paperwork, then she just may be replaced by a Republican.

In the event of a 20-20 tie, Republican Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears would be the one casting tie-breaking votes.

So let us pray that this happens, and we don't have to feel bad about it either.

If Democrats were the right kind of honest to be leading Americans, then they wouldn't be lying on their campaign paperwork.

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