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Video || Drunk Woman Storms Stage to Say Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin Won Reelection

Well, he didn’t. Here is a weird moment, along with some other classic unplanned political moments.

Reminds me of one time some friends and I started counting down New Year’s early at a party. “Ten, nine, eight . . . ” Everybody joined in, and then they were like, “Wait a minute!”

Here’s the coverage . . .

On a more serious note, the governor’s race in Kentucky means nothing for Trump. Bevin is a Republican and the incumbent, and he barely lost after Trump appeared in Kentucky. But he was unpopular in the state, and the rest of the Republicans on the ballot statewide won.

Meantime, Republicans lost the legislature in Virginia. But that just confirms the drift toward blue there that has been occurring for about ten years.

9 Responses to Video || Drunk Woman Storms Stage to Say Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin Won Reelection

  1. But, but, her friend Jack Daniels told her Matt Bevin did win reelection, and Jack Daniels is never wrong, especially after a long day. ;+}

  2. She probably had been wondering how the Dems always seem to win in theses close elections. This time, at least, they didn’t pretend to find the winning votes in the trunks of cars. This time they got enough illegal votes into the electronic machines?

  3. Virginia likely has Maryland to thank for its forthcoming descent.

    Maryland is kaput, and the options for living near DC are either: live in a broom cupboard in a decent neighborhood; live in a decent sized apartment in a terrible neighborhood; or be making well over six figures. Maryland is right behind New York, Commiefornia, and Taxachusetts when it comes to a high cost of living.

    Virginia is currently separated from Maryland on that score by New Jersey, Connecticut, and Colorado, but for how long? If you want to live somewhere affordable near DC, you’ll pretty much be out in Harper’s Ferry and rolling the dice on I-270 five days a week.

    Anyway, the Old Dominion has now made its choice. Let it reap the whirlwind.

    • I heard this and it’s astonishing that the Republican Party is now simply giving seats to the Dems.

      If they don’t offer a candidate and thus make a platform for presenting the arguments for conservative values, don’t the realize they might as well donate $ to the Dems?