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PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2022 8:06 am    Post subject: the coming election.... Reply with quote

wow oh wow, this one has to have some right wingers worried. Is this athe best indicator of what is coming? Despite what the right wing unprecedented funding and corporate support including oil companies and countries? any explanation from the right on how this could have happened, a district that was 57-60 percent trump and right winger, now in a special election puts a huge margin behind a dem to rid us of a right winger.

As we know trump top ME advisor received 1.5 billion dollars in political money in 2016, which was more money than Hillary spent when she had more votes than Trump. again an oil country hates the dems so much that just this one country gave trump guy 1.5 billion to stop dems. and now we know another oil country gave at least recently 2 billion to trumps son in law and 1.5 billion to trumps financial guy. That is the tip of the iceberg for oil to repugnants alone.

Yet we see again in Michigan in a strong trump district voting out the right wingers. so is this how it is going to go even with the billions that have been fueling the right wingers because of the supreme courts allowing dark foreign and oil money to flow to USA hate politics.

Dems win a HUGE upset in Michigan House special election

Wonderful news from here in West Michigan:

Collins and Murkowski are shocked—SHOCKED!—that Supreme Court nominees lied to them
The previous Republican incumbent, now-Sen. Mark Huizenga, won his three races with over 60% of the vote. Donald Trump got 57% in the district in 2020. The district includes the cities of Cedar Springs, Grandville, Rockford, and Walker (where Glanville is a city commissioner), plus six townships.

Glanville’s win, combined with Jeff Pepper’s special election win in the solidly blue 15th district, gives the Democrats 53 House seats — the most since 2010.

Glanville’s win tonight means she’ll serve the remaining eight months of Huizenga’s term and be able to serve three full terms after that. Given Michigan’s strict term limits, those extra eight months will be valuable for Glanville and her constituents.

This fall, Glanville will run in the new 84th district, which is much more favorable to Democrats than the district she won tonight.

when good people stay silent the right wing are the only ones heard.
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