The voting booths flowed blue on Tuesday night, which was a surprise to this columnist, given how right-wing operatives jimmy the voting machines. CNBC also reported Wednesday morning that the Republicans lost governorships in Virginia and New Jersey, in edition to the control of the Senate in Washington State.
Being who he is, Trump would probably not take this as a warning, as he has an excuse for every failure from the previous ten months.
Larry Saboto, the director of the Center of Politics at the University of Virginia wrote the midterm election was a rejection of Trumpism.
Phil Murphy won the New Jersey gubernatorial race against Kim Gaudagno, who paid the political price for Chris Christie’s unpopularity.
In short, it would seem that Virginia was the flashpoint for last night’s blue counteroffensive against the Nazism of Donald Trump.
This was a pleasant surprise to me, as I expected the voting machines to be manipulated, as they often are. However, we still have two elections to worry about: 2018 and 2020. We thought that Hillary would just have to show up, but a lot of factors came into play which we never dreamed of, so be careful.