Where’s that blue wave?

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So much for the big blue wave.

It may not be totally over, but it could be that Trump is getting Four More Years.

What happened to Texas being “in play?”

Ditto, Georgia.

Florida was supposed to be a battleground state, but it was more like a slaughterhouse – for Dementia Joe Biden.

Hunter Biden could not be reached for comment.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, FBI director Christopher Wray and CIA Director Gina Haspel – you are all fired.

The guy running against Sen. Lindsay Graham raised $57 million in South Carolina – 57 mil just doesn’t seem to go as far as it used to.

“Those people in New York and California,” Graham said late last night, “didn’t get much return on investment.”

Nor did they in Kentucky, for sure, and Maine, apparently. The billionaires who tried to ram through ranked-choice voting in Massachusetts didn’t get a big bang for their buck either.

If Patches Kennedy’s wife Amy didn’t make up a lot of votes in South Jersey this morning to GOP Rep. Jeff van Drew, then come January there’s no Kennedy in Congress for the first time since 1962.

And Amy’s only an in-law anyway.

Does this mean that Gov. Charlie Parker may be not going to D.C.?

And if the fake Indian isn’t the next Treasury secretary, I guess there’s no open Senate seat either.

But what the hell is happening when POTUS gets a higher percentage of the vote in Connecticut than in Colorado?

Two words: legal weed.

The Democrat stenographers with press passes dismissed Trump’s rallies, called them “super spreaders.”

Turns out they were spreading victory.

All the mainstream media’s COVID-19 panic porn, their endless prattling about riots and looting that they called “peaceful protests” and “vigils” – all apparently for naught.

They said the polls were tightening – they just didn’t know it was around their pencil necks.

It all comes down, the said, to “turnout.” And then Sen. Doug Jones of Alabama and Rep. Donna Shalala of Florida were… turned out.

The Democrats were all in on the African-American vote, but then Sen. Chuck Schumer forgot George Floyd’s name and called him “Floyd Taylor,” and Speaker Nancy Pelosi called him “George Kirby,” and then yesterday Joe Biden called him “George Floored?”

It probably goes on for a few more days, if not weeks. Plenty of time for more clichés.

More… super-spreading.

All this as the political media were full of clichés, but this year’s coverage seems particularly hackneyed. Which is one reason I’m so glad the election’s over, or almost over, or something.

Let’s run down a list of some of the clichés from the alt-left media that I guarantee you’ve come across more than once in the last few months.

What is a rally by Trump voters? A super spreader.

What are downtown looting sprees by Biden voters? “Large-scale gatherings … opportunities to exercise First Amendment rights during large-scale events.” (Gov. Baker’s administration actually said that Monday, in calling out the National Guard.)

They’re also known as “peaceful protests.” And “vigils.”

What is the only poll that counts? The one on election day.

What do you call a poll that shows a Democrat trailing? A snapshot.

What kinds of states are Pennsylvania and Florida? Battleground states.

What happens to polls in the battleground states in the final days? They tighten.

What did POTUS and the Republican Senate do with the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett? They rammed it through.

But what about Joe Biden, and his son Hunter Biden’s own laptop detailing payoffs to “the Big Guy” from the Chinese?

Russian disinformation! Russian disinformation!

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