Laura Ingraham explains how delayed election results from Arizona, Nevada and others have ramifications for the country on “The Ingraham Angle.”
LAURA INGRAHAM: Now, about 45 hours after the last polls closed in America and there are still 36 races left, 33 in the House and three in the Senate that have still not been called, except in the case of automatic recounts, which are triggered by a razor-thin margins. It’s ridiculous. And these obscene the delays have real-world implications. Now we still don’t know for sure which party controls which chamber.
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Now the House will almost certainly go to the GOP, but the Senate is on the line. So whichever party wins, two of the remaining three states, Georgia, Nevada or Arizona, will control the Senate. And we don’t have any results in any of those yet. Now in Georgia they’re excused, I guess, because neither Herschel Walker nor Raphael Warnock received more than 50% of the votes, triggering an automatic second round. But what we see in Arizona, what we see in Nevada is inadmissible.
It’s amazing how Democrats outperforming in the election have ended all this voter suppression. Now, the fact is, they never believed any of their election hyperbole. It was just another cynical election ploy to help rally their base.
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