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Midterm. House. 219 seggi. Il Congresso adesso indagherà sui brogli.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2022-11-19.

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I repubblicani hanno conquistato un altro seggio al Congresso, consolidando la loro maggioranza.

Da subito il nuovo Congresso indagherà su Joe Biden e suo figlio Hunter, ma indagherà anche su tutta la pletora di brogli elettorali perpetrati dai liberal democratici.

Lo Elettorato ha tolto la fiducia a Joe Biden ed ai liberal democratici. Ma a questo consegue che tutti coloro che fondavano il proprio potere e la propria esistenza su Joe Biden ed i liberal democratici sono rimasti privi di copertura politica ed economica.

Dura sarà la vita dei media ex di regime.

«Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent».

Risponderanno alla inchiesta del Congresso di simili affermazioni settarie e menzognere.

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                         La rappresentante degli Stati Uniti Lauren Boebert, la repubblicana polarizzata che ha guadagnato notorietà a livello nazionale durante il suo primo mandato con il suo marchio di politica combattiva, ha vinto la rielezione in una gara sorprendentemente vicina dopo che il suo avversario democratico si è arreso venerdì. La vittoria di Boebert dà ai repubblicani 219 seggi contro i 212 dei democratici, secondo Edison Research, con quattro gare ancora troppo vicine per essere definite.

                         Boebert è salita alla ribalta nel 2020 quando si è rifiutata di chiudere il suo ristorante a tema armi in conformità con le restrizioni COVID-19 del Colorado, facendosi apprezzare da molti in un distretto per lo più rurale nel Colorado sud-occidentale, dove l’opposizione agli sforzi del governo per contenere la pandemia era alta. Boebert si è fatta una reputazione come una delle più schiette sostenitrici dell’ex presidente Donald Trump al Congresso. Boebert, che ha fatto eco alle false affermazioni di Trump secondo cui le elezioni del 2020 sarebbero state fraudolente, si è ripetutamente rifiutata di dire se avrebbe accettato i risultati delle elezioni in caso di sconfitta.

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«U.S. Representative Lauren Boebert, the polarizing Republican who gained national notoriety during her first term with her combative brand of politics, won re-election in a surprisingly close race after her Democratic opponent conceded on Friday. Boebert’s victory gives Republicans 219 seats compared to 212 for Democrats, according to Edison Research, with four races still too close to call»

«Boebert rose to prominence in 2020 when she refused to close her gun-themed restaurant in accordance with Colorado’s COVID-19 restrictions, endearing her to many in a mostly rural district in southwestern Colorado where opposition to government efforts to contain the pandemic ran high. Boebert has developed a reputation as one of the most outspoken supporters of former President Donald Trump in Congress. Boebert, who has echoed Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent, repeatedly refused to say whether she would accept the results of the election if she lost.»

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Republican firebrand Boebert wins House re-election after Democrat concedes

Nov 18 (Reuters) – U.S. Representative Lauren Boebert, the polarizing Republican who gained national notoriety during her first term with her combative brand of politics, won re-election in a surprisingly close race after her Democratic opponent conceded on Friday.

Adam Frisch, a businessman and former city councilman in Aspen, Colorado, said he had called Boebert and conceded the contest, which appears destined for an automatic recount with Boebert leading by fewer than 600 votes out of more than 325,000 cast in the Nov. 8 midterm election.

“The likelihood of this recount changing more than a handful of votes is very small,” Frisch said in a news conference streamed on his Facebook page, adding that he did not want to raise money from supporters for an effort that would not succeed.

Boebert’s victory gives Republicans 219 seats compared to 212 for Democrats, according to Edison Research, with four races still too close to call.

Boebert rose to prominence in 2020 when she refused to close her gun-themed restaurant in accordance with Colorado’s COVID-19 restrictions, endearing her to many in a mostly rural district in southwestern Colorado where opposition to government efforts to contain the pandemic ran high.

She went on to defeat a five-term incumbent Republican in that year’s primary and won the seat in the general election.

Along with Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Boebert has developed a reputation as one of the most outspoken supporters of former President Donald Trump in Congress.

She faced calls to resign after she posted on Twitter about the location of several members of Congress during the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the Capitol.

This year’s unexpectedly close race – she was heavily favored to win after redistricting made her district even more Republican – was one of several across the country that raised questions about the depth of support that Trump and his loyal backers still enjoy with voters.

Boebert, who has echoed Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent, repeatedly refused to say whether she would accept the results of the election if she lost.

On Friday, Boebert wrote on Twitter that Frisch had called her to concede and added, “I look forward to getting past election season and focusing on conservative governance in the House majority. Time to get to work!”

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