August 8, 2018
A great night in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District with Troy Balderson! Troy loves Ohio, and he loves the people of Ohio. He will be fighting for you all the way…
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 5, 2018
The Ohio race saw millions of dollars of outside money poured into it. It was to be the coup d’etat of the Democrats, heralding a blue wave that would spread across the country and lead to the impeachment of the evil Nazi racist DONALD DRUMPF at the hands of the #RESISTANCE.
They were sure that if they just spent enough money on television ads, that surely the urban yoof in Franklin County would flood the polls and show their desire to end the MAGA agenda. Surely they could see that the avatar of the eternal Celt, Danny O’Conner, would be their path to the eternal gibs.
Troy Balderson stood up against the blue wave with the backing of Trump tweets.
…Danny O’Connor is a total puppet for Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters – Danny wants to raise your taxes, open your borders, and take away your 2nd Amendment. Vote for Troy on Tuesday!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 5, 2018
The last district in Franklin County, the blue county of the 12th Congressional district, has been counted. Democrats were banking on high turnout in Franklin being the key to victory. Turnout was indeed very high, but curiously a lot of people in Franklin County seemed to be voting Republican in previously untold ratios.
The votes have been tallied, and the verdict is in: Troy Balderson has won. There will be no recount, as he has an entirely healthy margin of victory.
There will be no blue wave.
For those of who you are unaware of the fortuitous name of Balderson, it means son of Baldr, the ancient Northern and Western European god of the shining day, woven intricately into the mythology of everywhere ancient Aryan peoples reigned.
I have portion of this classical woodcut tattooed on my chest. I strongly emphasize that you should never get tattoos, but if you do, 18th century woodcuts depicting Norse gods are better source material than pretty much all the imagery that my generation uses to inspire their ink.
Back during the presidential election I couldn’t help but draw comparisons between Trump’s energetic popular support and the essay on the ancient Germanic god Wotan from Carl Gustav Jung. Jung said this:
He is a fundamental attribute of the German psyche, an irrational psychic factor which acts on the high pressure of civilization like a cyclone and blows it away. Despite their crankiness, the Wotan-worshippers seem to have judged things more correctly than the worshippers of reason.
“The Republican electorate is not a bunch of completely ignorant fools.”
“We know who Donald Trump is,” he added, “and we’re going to use Donald Trump to either take over the G.O.P. or blow it up.”
There is indeed something primordial and ancient awakening in the spirit of the American people, and it is only fitting that this key point in the saga involves Donald Trump, an avatar of the Woðanaz, receiving his salvation through a son of Baldr. The Don has risen. This is a stern rebuttal to the claims of histrionic cat ladies and scheming, hand-rubbing kikes that these elections would be a rebuke of Donald Trump’s rhetoric surrounding immigration.
This is a massive, overwhelming victory for Trump and his ability to rule uninhibited by the threat of impeachment by Democrats over some absurd kookspiracy fiction woven by a corrupt FBI still backing the Hillary-Podesta nexus of child rape and deep state sabotage of the American people.
It’s over. The resistance is over. The Don has triumphed over the darkness.
John James is a potential Republican Star who has a Senate primary election tomorrow in Michigan. If he becomes the Republican candidate, he will beat the Open Borders, weak on Crime, Democrat, Debbie Stabenow. Vote for John James and Make America Great Again!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2018
Trump asked his people to vote for newcomer John James. It’s been called for him.
“Washington has enough career politicians,” James’s news post news-release victory claimed. “We need people who have experience getting results. You aren’t going to get results from a 43-year career politician. Debbie Stabenow better get ready for the fight of her political life.”
Swamp status: drained.
The bell tolls for ye, political establishment. Trump is going to be an enduring phenomenon. You’re going to lose a lot more races, I can tell you that.
This one is very close. It would be very important for the Trump administration, as it would be the destruction of a major political legacy for a newcomer graced by his blessing. It isn’t called yet.
Kris Kobach, a strong and early supporter of mine, is running for Governor of the Great State of Kansas. He is a fantastic guy who loves his State and our Country – he will be a GREAT Governor and has my full & total Endorsement! Strong on Crime, Border & Military. VOTE TUESDAY!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2018
Incumbent Jeff Colyer leads only by 0.4 percent right now with 60% of districts reporting, with Kobach’s vote share increasing throughout the night. He might pull out into the lead before it is over, and if he does it will be a lightning strike upon the American political system with ripple effects as big as the election of Donald J. Trump himself.
It will force every current establishment Republican to kneel before our glorious king lest they lost their seat through the next primary. If Kobach manages to win, it will put fear into the heart of every cuck in every state in the union. It will even still, just being as close as it has.
They did not expect the race to be this close when Kobach first appeared. If he does not manage to pull this one through, he still has managed to wound the beast.
We’ll update this post as the Kobach race progresses.
KOBACH JUST PULLED INTO THE LEAD. BOY HE BOUT TO DO IT
The only worrying thing right now is signs of potential GOPe voter fraud and tampering in Johnson county, which will be deciding the fate of the race. Voting machines in Kobach territory close to Kansas City were curiously out of service.
Johnson County voters ran into problems shortly after polls opened Tuesday morning with the county’s new voting machines not working at some locations. That led to some voters walking out before casting their ballots.
Johnson County Election Commissioner Ronnie Metsker said “we have our techs out there all over the place.”
When Brown showed up to vote at Antioch Church shortly after polls opened at 7 a.m., only two of the five machines were working, he said, adding that people on the working machines were taking a long time to vote — about 10 minutes.
He said he didn’t think it should have taken that long. He thought maybe the voters were unfamiliar with the candidates or the machines were slow. But then it got worse: The remaining two machines went down.
Brown said there were 16 people ahead of him and about 20 people behind him waiting in line. He said people started to leave to go to work after election workers couldn’t answer questions as to when the machines would be operating..
Some who asked for paper ballots were denied because election workers didn’t know if that was allowed, Brown said.
Antioch Church is right outside Kansas City, which went solidly for Kobach. The kike establishment will render democracy illegitimate in the normie consciousness with these rigged voting machines. Very, very curious that these voting machine failures are coming out of precincts that are full of likely Kobach voters.
No failure reports seem to be coming from the Western side of the county, where voters are far more likely to vote for Colyer. The audacity of these scheming GOP establishment players is astounding. What do they think will happen if they keep trying to subvert the agenda of Trump?
Do they think it will get them anywhere good?
AAAAAND IT’S FRAUD
Big problems getting Johnson County results tonight. Estimate is final results won't be posted for at least two more hours. Big computer glitch.
— LynnHorsley (@LynnHorsley) August 8, 2018
Big computer glitches do not add time to election results.
That is not how computers work.
Database queries are instant. This is not complicated. The only reason something could take a long time is fraud.
Kobach won the election, and they are mulling over how they are going to tamper with it. These people are professional enemies of our Constitution, and they are against Kobach because he wanted to end the practice of the establishment vote tampering in Kansas. They’re actively stealing the election. Where’s the feds? Who is going to punish them for this?
If we can’t resolve our differences in the free and open marketplace of ideas and the ballot box, there’s only one way left to resolve differences.
100% OF DISTRICTS REPORTING– KOBACH HAS WON THE DAY.
We are the first national outlet to report this. Nobody wants to say it out loud.
The unofficial vote tallies are in from Tuesday’s primary.
Those results, which now include Johnson County numbers, show Kris Kobach with a narrow lead of just 191 votes.
HE DID IT, THE MADMAN DID IT. THE FRAUD DID NOT MATTER. THE SCHEMING GOPe WAS UNABLE TO STOP THE MAN. THE CUCKS MUST NOW KNEEL, THEY ALL MUST KNEEL BEFORE THE MAGA AGENDA OR THEY WILL BE CRUSHED LIKE INSECTS BEFORE THE WEIGHT OF THEIR PRESIDENT AND GOD-KING DONALD TRUMP.
This soyfaced faggot bitch for the establishment
just got replaced by this chiseled high-T anti-establishment madman reformer
All at the behest and beckon of our President, Donald J. Trump.
OUR PRESIDENT WON EVERY RACE HE SUPPORTED, EVERY LONGSHOT IS IN OFFICE, ALL HAIL THE GLORIOUS LEADER AND MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN
Given the close results (Kobach won by 191 votes) there is going to be a recount, so there is a chance for shenanigans in the recount. Colyer is refusing to concede as of yet, despite still losing after his county officials engaging in obvious voter fraud.
Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer issued a statement regarding the unofficial results of Tuesday’s election, which puts his opponent Kris Kobach ahead of him by 191 votes.
“Given the historically close margin of the current tabulation, the presence of thousands of as yet uncounted provisional ballots and the extraordinary problems with the count, particularly in Johnson County, this election remains too close to call.
But we won, and this is going to strike fear into the heart of every Republican adversary of the President’s agenda.