Republican Marianette Miller-Meeks has already declared victory in the race for Iowa's 2nd district, a contest that came down to just six votes.
Now, days later, the Democrat candidate Rita Hart has decided to challenge the results, in an unexpected way.
Over the weekend, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his vice presidential running mate Kamala Harris announced an all-female senior White House comms team, which predictably lead to much swooning and swaying from the usual suspects in the mainstream media.
Back in late September, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's transition team was hailed by the mainstream media for releasing an ethics plan that, according to Politico, was "designed to make it harder for lobbyists to work on the transition effort."
Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been watching her majority shrink significantly as results from the 2020 election continue to come in. And now there is more bad news for her as Republicans flip yet another House seat, this time yet another one in California.
As the complete disaster Democrats experienced downticket continues to sink in, Democrats are scrambling to figure out how to govern with a razor-thin House majority. To that end, Nancy Pelosi's right-hand man and the number two House Democrat Steny Hoyer is floating the return of earmarks.
In his opening monologue last night, Tucker Carlson talked about how big tech companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter affected the outcome of the 2020 election.
He suggested that they acted on behalf of just one party, the Democrats.
Last week, some Michigan lawmakers met with Trump to discuss the certification of the election. They are now facing threats of criminal investigation from the attorney general of Michigan.
This comes after members of Trump's legal team have faced threats for nothing more than representing the President of the United States.
Not only did Republicans make big gains in the U.S. House on Election Day, but among those elected are men and women whose families fled communist and socialist countries and came to America to build better lives.
As attention turns to the January 5, 2021 Senate runoff elections in Georgia, I thought it would be interesting to look back at our 2017 coverage of Democrat Jon Ossoff and his bid for the House in Georgia's 6th congressional district.
As the Democratic Party engages in a highly amusing circular firing squad over their shock loss of so many House seats, the impact of Republican gains at the state level doesn't seem to have fully dawned on them. Or if it has, they are doing what they do best, kicking that particular can down the road, a decade down the road.
As regular readers doubtlessly know, the 2018 midterm elections presented Americans with a new phenomenon in the form of the congressional "Squad": several avowedly anti-Israel (and often Islamist-allied) first-term U.S. Representatives. Now, as the smoke from #Election2020 begins to dissipate, it seems that (spoiler alert) The Squad's congressional anti-Zionist cabal is about to get a little bigger.
Thanks to North Carolina Republican Sen. Thom Tillis and Alaska Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan winning their respective reelection battles last week, Republicans currently hold a 50-48 advantage in the battle for who controls the Senate.
Our fascist-wannabe friends on the left have decided to call off their efforts to target Trump supporters. It seems the purge didn't poll well with members of the public, who have been told for four years by these same people that Trump is an authoritarian.
Isn't it nice of them to allow half of the American public to exist?
In the coming months, all eyes will be on Georgia for the run-off elections happening there in January which will impact party control of the U.S. Senate.
One Democrat candidate is Reverend Raphael Warnock, a longtime defender of the controversial Pastor Jeremiah Wright, of "God d**m America" fame.