Communists Play Smash-Mouth: Laxalt Announced Dem Opponent Would Have to Get an Impossible 63% of Remaining Ballots to Win – THE NEXT DAY SHE GETS 63%

Once again — A popular, attractive, honest, and competent Republican candidate had his race taken from him after several days of delayed vote counting.

This time it was Adam Laxalt in Nevada.

Laxalt led the polls and had a good election day turnout. He led the race by tens of thousands of votes.

On Thursday Adam Laxalt told Tucker Carlson that his opponent did not have a valid path to victory. Adam Laxalt told Tucker that his opponent needed 63% of the remaining 84,000 votes in Clark County, Nevada to catch up with him in the vote count.

Adam Laxalt told Tucker: “She does not have the amount of votes left to be able to catch us. She would have to win over 63%… The Las Vegas ballots left include election day drop off mail.”

Republican Adam Laxalt on His Democrat Opponent – She Does Not Have the Amount of Votes Left to Be Able to Catch Us (VIDEO)

Guess what happened?

As Emerald Robinson explains it: “So it was strange, and a little disconcerting, to see that Laxalt’s opponent got exactly 63% of those remaining 84,000 votes two days later.”

Emerald added: “Laxalt’s confidence was gone today — as he realized that Democrats have no problem posting literally unbelievable vote margins in order to win.”

The liberal media announced on Saturday that the Democrat won the Nevada Senate race.

Communists play smash mouth. Some day the country will understand this.

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