Desperate Liberals And Their Fake News Machine Is Alive And Well In Virginia.

Democrats are losing their minds at their two wins in the New Jersey and Virginia elections. Two blue states that everyone expected them to win anyway, so why the big celebration? Liberals have been terrified that their party is dead in the water and desperately grasping at straws of ‘hope’.

With only 2 wins, Democrats are declaring a premature victory and stating it is a sign of the times. Their claim is that Trump’s days in office are numbered.


As written by Michael Regan with Townhall.

Will someone please throw an ocean of ice water on the Pelosi-Schumer-MSM axis of evil?

Their ecstasy over the results in Virginia’s election returns Tuesday night shows how desperate the Democrats are for any sign of hope that their party is not already dead.

Democrats merely won the elections for governor in Virginia and New Jersey – two Blue States where they were always expected to win.

It was hardly a “wave election.” Republicans suffered no surprise losses to Democrats and the GOP still controlled a huge majority of the country’s governor’s offices and state legislatures.

Yet by Wednesday morning the liberal media’s talking heads were so happy you’d have thought President Trump had been voted out of office, the Democrats had won back Congress and Hillary Clinton had been installed on her Oval Office throne.

Republican losses in Virginia and New Jersey were gleefully framed by the liberal media as referendums on President Trump’s first year, but it was Fake News.

It would have been real news if the Republican governor candidates, Ed Gillespie of Virginia and Kim Guadagno of New Jersey, had pulled off surprise wins.

Or if a liberal Democrat had taken the Congressional seat vacated by conservative Jason Chaffetz in Utah (instead of being crushed by a Republican who didn’t vote for Trump in 2016 but supports his agenda).

But the pundits breathlessly telling us a Democrat won in Virginia and New Jersey? News? Yes. Shocking? Hardly.

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