Congressional & state incumbents sweeping primary
Date: Mar 4, 2014 7:35 PM
I should have turned this damn thing off, but thought I’d take a peek at the “election” results.
I want to throw up.
Every GOP incumbent I can see is creaming legitimate challengers. Same thing that happened to me in 1996 even though I was only 7% behind the incumbent right up to “election” night with all its fraud in my race. At one minute after the polls closed, Peter Jennings (deceased) called all 52 house seats in California; none of the numbers changed when they quit counting votes at 4:13 am – including my race. What a remarkable feat.
Incumbents in most districts are so far ahead – by 40% to a challenger, it’s not likely it will turn around. Gee, isn’t it strange the old 81% to 18% for an incumbent popped up? I voted for Shannon Thomason to replace the state rep shoved down our throats because of redistricting; he’s a real dog, Rep. Darby. I know Shannon from local community meetings. He’s allegedly losing 81 to 18.
From my Blind Loyalty booklet of nothing but vote fraud, check these winners/losers that night (primary March 26, 1996):
85-15, 81-18, 85-15, 81-18, 85-15, 86-14, 87-13, 81-18 and 81-14 which was my race. Those were the results for incumbents vs challengers for the U.S. House throughout the state. Every incumbent voted for NAFTA, all challengers including me were opposed. Wonder why we allegedly lost?
Those house seats were scattered all over the state of California. Unless you’re specifically looking at a particular race, in a state the size of California or Texas, people don’t put together the pattern, but it sure as hell is there and I’m looking at it tonight.
John Kerry won the election against George Bush in 2004 because Bush lost Ohio. If you read my column and the investigation I covered, it is the putrid truth:
What I’m seeing tonight is a tragedy. Certainly a lot of “conservatives” would vote for Cornyn because they simply are ignorant of everything I covered in my recent column. But, with Americans “so angry” with Congress and with Congress’ approval rating hovering at around 10-11%, how come all the incumbents are AGAIN sweeping the primary tonight? Hmm?
John Conryn is an evil SOB; he’s winning above 60%; allegedly.
Looking at the totals as they come in is nothing but looking at the tv on “election” night for over a decade. Same pattern. Cream the challengers so voters think they have no good ideas, they aren’t experienced, it’s not my incumbent, it’s the Democrats!
I guess the voters in Texas love having their freedom and liberties destroyed, more endless undeclared wars, more heavy taxation to pay for the GOP’s reckless and mostly unconstitutional spending by incumbents. If this trend continues in the other primaries coming up, I can only say “we’re in serious trouble” is the understatement of the century. How do voters in Texas think things will change by reelecting the same people who have brought this republic to her knees?
Well, I’m having the surgery on my right elbow tomorrow and will try not to think about it for a few days.