November 13, 2018

Once again proving the statistically impossible truism that votes counted after Election Day always increase the Democrats’ total, nearly a week after the election, Kyrsten Sinema came from behind to overtake Republican Martha McSally and has now been declared Arizona’s first female Senator (she’s also being touted as the first openly bisexual Senator, if that’s a discriminated-against identity group that’s been in dire need of representation.) Much is also being made in the media of the fact that in winning Jeff Flake’s old seat, Sinema “flipped” the seat from the Republicans to the Democrats.  Anyone who’s listened to Jeff Flake recently might consider that an academic point. 


Arizona voters must be awfully magnanimous to have overlooked the steady stream of videos showing Sinema denigrating her home state as the “meth lab” of democracy and disparaging its voters’ intelligence, and of her campaign workers admitting she’s a “progressive” who has to hide her real views until after she’s elected.  Well, now she’s Arizona’s Senator for at least the next six years and vowing to be inclusive and moderate.  So let’s pray her claims to be a moderate centrist were not as phony as her liberal campaign workers assumed and that she misled them and not the voters.


For her part, Republican candidate and combat pilot veteran Martha McSally gave a gracious and uniting concession speech.  She will have another chance to run for Senate for the seat once held by the late John McCain when appointee Jon Kyl steps down, which he says will be no later than 2020.  So McSally and Arizona voters will both get a do-over. 


In the meantime, this race should serve as a lesson for Republican voters.  Openly socialist Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is boasting that the left is turning Florida blue (one manufactured ballot at a time, apparently), and Texas is next.  You’d think that Floridians, Arizonans and Texans, all great examples of successful red states, would be immune to the left’s failed policies and divisive identity politics.  But all three states are seeing a big influx of outsiders moving in and changing the electorate, whether they’re fleeing failed leftist governments in other nations or failed leftist governments in other states.  They flee the awful results of socialist policies, then vote to impose them on the places they fled to.  It’s illogical but real, and when aided by corrupt election officials, it’s a recipe for disaster on both the state and national levels.


The left still represents only about a quarter of the US population, but if this election has proven anything, it’s how vitally important it is that everyone who doesn’t want the tail wagging the dog, or to see their state or nation devolved into “Venezuela: The Sequel,” had better get off the couch and vote, and in numbers far, far beyond the infamous “margin of fraud,” because that’s becoming larger by the year.


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  • Carbine Williams

    11/15/2018 11:52 AM

    Arizona is nothing more then a California suburb mirroring everything they do in the fruit and nut state.It's a shame that the voters only saw a dumb blond versus a brunette and voted accordingly. Maybe they are so stupid as to not even care.Unless and until liberalism is stopped in our Republic,we're all going down the toilet with them dragging us

  • Carbine Williams

    11/15/2018 11:52 AM

    Arizona is nothing more then a California suburb mirroring everything they do in the fruit and nut state.It's a shame that the voters only saw a dumb blond versus a brunette and voted accordingly. Maybe they are so stupid as to not even care.Unless and until liberalism is stopped in our Republic,we're all going down the toilet with them dragging us

  • Carbine Williams

    11/15/2018 11:51 AM

    Arizona is nothing more then a California suburb mirroring everything they do in the fruit and nut state.It's a shame that the voters only saw a dumb blond versus a brunette and voted accordingly. Maybe they are so stupid as to not even care.Unless and until liberalism is stopped in our Republic,we're all giong down the toilet with them dragging us

  • Patricia Varhol

    11/14/2018 11:20 AM

    When we moved to Arizona from California in 1992, Arizona was very conservative (notwithstanding Senator John McCain). We liked that. Since then many rude, demanding, liberals from California have moved here. They are changing many of the good things about Arizona that we loved. So, while we are sad Martha McSally didn’t win, we are not surprised!

  • Nathan Mitre

    11/14/2018 11:08 AM

    The truism you mention is what I am witnessing, even in the county where I live... I don't think I have yet to see any Republican candidate make any gains after the election is over. It is always the Dems that gain votes, for some reason.

  • Martha Schafer

    11/14/2018 09:40 AM

    A book worth reading about voter fraud and how to overcome it is : Waiting For The Cemetery Vote a memoir by Tom Glaze with Ernie Dumas. It is about the fight to stop election fraud in Arkansas. While I believe that it has been successful in Arkansas , I do believe it will be a continuing battle for all conservatives across this great democratic republic. The best strategy for conservatives will be to always educate yourself and vote Republican.

  • Claude Latham

    11/13/2018 11:49 PM

    I do not know how we can manufacture voters faster than the Democratic Party can fill in illegal Ballots, this is mind-blowing, to say the least. In the state of CA they announced Newsom as Governor, before even 1% of votes counted, how can you beat that? This becoming a farce in our BLUE STATE!!!

  • Lin Randall

    11/13/2018 07:35 PM

    If this unlawful selection of Sinema is left to stand I will probably NEVER bother to vote again. This was an obvious case of voter fraud from the very beginning. In all past elections when less than 50% of the vote is in the race is called because the TREND is set. In a fair race no candidate "suddenly" goes ahead by 10K or more votes after being behind by 17K votes at the 50% mark. Yet, we are supposed to believe this is what happened in this farce of an election?

    My theory about this particular election and others in other states: Hillary lost in 2016. She most definitely cheated but still lost(She did not realize how many people hated her and voted for another unpopular{but not hated} candidate). So, the new demonrat strategy is to wait and see how many votes will be needed to win, and once known they just happen to "find" a stash of votes that flips the vote or mix in falsified ballots of the needed number with legitimate votes. That way the demonrats have "enough cheat" to actually win. Wouldn't surprise me a bit if Hillary herself came with this idea and mandated its implementation.

    I am disgusted. As far as I'm concerned I am now, once again, left without ANYONE in the federal government to actually represent my interests. McCain didn't. Flake doesn't. The useless La Raza member Raul Grijalva most certainly does not represent me. Grijalva gets his monies from California supporters and votes for ANYTHING pro Mexico(even if it is anti-America).

    And where is the federal government in all this? I thought the fed's were supposed to stop voter fraud? Where is the Arizona Attorney General? This election is nothing but a disgusting sham. Hey, anyone want to buy a bunch of banana's?

  • Maria Ferran

    11/13/2018 07:30 PM

    Gov, I don't think I can take much more of democrats. Their lying, divisiveness, election fraud and overall corruption is tearing this country apart. I believe the majority of races we're corrupted. We keep hearing that our vote counts but I don't feel my vote meant much when the races were stolen. I used to live in AZ and there are a lot of conservatives in the Valley where the majority of the people live. Sinema stole that seat. I am very angry over how democrats are getting away with this and so many other crimes and Republicans don't do a whole lot to stop it. Trump is the only one with the determination but can't do it alone. Rick Scott should have canned Snipes two years ago and didn't-why? He could have removed Sheriff Israel and didn't-why? He wouldn't be in this mess today. If this corruption is allowed to continue, then I am going to wash my hands of politics completely and live with the inevitable disaster the democrats are creating.

  • Samuel Smith

    11/13/2018 06:20 PM

    These two gentlemen say it best; "Despotism can do without faith, but liberty cannot... When a people"s religion is destroyed... then not only will they let their freedom be taken from them, but often they actually hand it over." Alexis De Tocqueville "America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedom, it will be because we destroyed ourselves." Abraham Lincoln Keep up the good work Mr. Huckbee, we need more people who are willing to have a backbone and make a stand. Far to many people do not understand, we may live our life free, but our grandchildren, and grant-grandchildren may not because we did not make a stand now!

  • Joseph

    11/13/2018 03:32 PM

    The only truth is that if Arizona and the other states don't do recounts of Ballots then they are states I would never consider to move to. When the Democrat Party can manufacture votes for weeks after the elections and leftist judges can back those people up then we truly have lost our Country to the Democrat Nation killers.

  • Alex Hagemann

    11/13/2018 12:18 PM

    Why is this name, Alex Hagemann or [email protected], I DO NOT KNOW - showing up on MY tablet? (Sorrel Overton - [email protected]) .... I continue to have serious concerns about the security on your site, Mike!


    11/13/2018 10:51 AM

    Please encourage Sarah and POTUS to make rules for press conferences. As a teacher I finally learned how important it is to make my expectations clear from the first day of class. I might suggest: Only one question (not diatribe or accusation) per participant, a limit of two minutes for each question, only two or three participants from one company or corporation, hands off microphones, anyone refusing to follow two of the rules is suspended, after two suspensions the hard pass is no longer valid. That's just an idea. POTUS was so courteous at the beginning of the conference but Acosta is like a mosquito. He's not a journalist anymore than April Ryan is. They're employees and pawns of CNN just like this Dr. Wen, who is far from being a winner. She sounded like a robot on Amanpour, spouting out Planned Parenthood propaganda, indoctrination. Abby Phillips is a different story. Please ask POTUS to apologize to her. I'm a retired language professor & I "spy" on CNN a lot but watch conservatives on-line. She's new but hasn't been ruined by CNN yet. I know Acosta would get anybody's goat but, if POTUS is going to allow the press to ask him questions, he should really charge a lot for his time. He needs to make some laws regarding the rules (Robert's Rules of Order) before he loses the majority in the House & maybe even the Senate with what's happening in GA & FL. Ask someone who's worked with Model United Nations about their rules. Those rules should be for Sarah, too. I remember April Ryan's silly, giddy behavior when Sean Spicer was press secretary. Find one of those videos before POTUS takes silly April's pass. He really appeared racist that day - just what CNN and the Democrats wanted - even though it seems 40% of blacks voted for Republicans in the midterms. Is that right? Thank Candace Owens and give her a lot of attention and guidance (shouldn't talk about her yoga classes at Liberty University, for example), please. See her on Ben Shapiro's Sunday Special awhile back. See what she tweeted about crazy Ana Maria Archila, the whining woman who cornered Sen. Flake in the elevator during Kavanaugh hearings & was then invited to be a special guest of Anderson Cooper. Sorry! I'll stop. Thank you for your leadership. Tell Sarah I'm in her fan club.

  • Glenn Parker

    11/13/2018 10:45 AM

    I find it improbable that the recount was done legally and ethically in Arizona and I suspect that the recount in Florida will culminate in the same results. Could it be that the Democrats (I have redesignated them the Socialist Party) have illegal votes waiting in boxes just in case?? Our great country is (and has been for quite some time) under siege by an internal enemy which has no morals, no ethical standards and no love for the USA. Greed for money and power is their driving force. They will eventually be judged by a higher power beyond this earth. Unfortunately, in the meantime, we will suffer their slings and arrows unless there is Devine intervention. This, of course, is only my opinion.......I wonder how long I will be able to express it!?

  • Priscilla Khweis

    11/13/2018 10:41 AM

    The state of our country is in a shambles w/hate ,corruption,and division !! Is this what we want to pass on to our future generations??? I hope and pray not ! We should not be complacent-its long overdue that the "do nothings"step up to the plate to help turn this ungodly mess around!!

  • Alex Hagemann

    11/13/2018 10:30 AM

    Dear Mr. Huckabee;
    You are always right on when it comes to saying it like it is! I must totally agree with you on your article about Ms. McSally. I know it was rigged. I hate to say this, but am going to be leaving my beloved State of Arizona for greener pastures. Tired of the influx of California Leftists and Gooney birds coming in. I always vote straight Republican and am a Life Member of NRA. We need to get Ted Nugent to run for President! God Bless you and am glad your still fighting for telling the truth. At least I listen !

  • Kathy

    11/13/2018 09:20 AM

    I am not sure what is going on with people here in America ? Suddenly if you are bi-sexual, gay or a transgender....people are voting for you for that reason instead of what a person's policies, education or experience in the field has to do with it. Common sense in this country has disappeared . I don't care if others have different sexual preference. But why should it be thought of as an attribute for making political decisions for the whole country ?

  • Lynn Hopkins

    11/13/2018 09:15 AM

    The voting turnout was excellent. Could hardly be better, but the quality of votes is in question, and the after votes. Given that every State manages its own voting, as it should be, how can voter fraud be prevented? This is my fear for our democracy. Equally important is that the voters should ALL be given 1. a job description for each position, 2. recommended qualifications, 3. the candidate's qualifications as they match the job, 4. questions to answer. the same questions, and the candidate's response. We MUST develop standards...or the political winds will knock us down. Can we do this? Save money on ads, spend it on clean information.