Some good news
If you’re looking for good news in Tuesday’s disappointing election results, there actually was quite a bit, and not just in Florida. For instance, on Wednesday, Zach Nunn edged out incumbent Democrat Rep. Cindy Axne in Iowa’s District 3. That not only flipped the seat, it also means all of Iowa’s House members are now Republicans.
In Texas, Monica De La Cruz isn’t just the first female Hispanic Republican to win in the 15th District, she’s the first Republican ever to win it in over a century.
And parental rights groups had a good night in many school board elections.
Finally, I hate to engage in schadenfreude, but it’s hard not to smile when you read about a tech billionaire and Democrat mega-donor who spent $10 million to elect Biden and nearly $40 million on Democrat political operatives to turn America left losing 94% of his net worth overnight. It’s the biggest one-day proportional loss among billionaires in history. And no, it’s not Mark Zuckerberg.
More "What Happened" stories
If you’d like to read some more “What happened?” post-election commentaries, here are some thoughts from Victor Davis Hanson (he agrees with me that state-to-state immigration is making red states redder and blue states bluer.)
Brandon Morse at Redstate.com makes a similar point to mine about the red wave being stopped by young voters who’ve been brainwashed with leftism. We will lose this nation if Republicans don’t do something about our schools acting as indoctrination centers.
Kevin Downey Jr. at PJ Media is also worth reading.
And Kurt Schlichter always is.