Things are getting VERY interesting in New Jersey.
The Associated Press has officially called the race for Democrat Phil Murphy.
But as we all know, it’s not the media that decides elections.
It’s the people.
And there are still 326,611 votes left to be counted.
It was initially believed that these votes were from blue counties.
But it turns out that might not be the case (more details below).
Couple the massive amount of votes left to be counted with the other election irregularities, then you can see how it wouldn’t be inconceivable for Jack Ciattarelli to mount a comeback.
More details below:
— JanPage (@JanetPageHill) November 4, 2021
New Jersey governor race may be headed for recount as state left nearly too close to call https://t.co/FqZtxYJLAQ
— RedState (@BordersUSA) November 4, 2021
With the candidates separated by a fraction of a percent out of 2.4 million ballots cast, it’s irresponsible of the media to make this call when the New Jersey Secretary of State doesn’t even know how many ballots are left to be counted. https://t.co/DnwIRASspC
— Stami Williams (@StamiLW) November 3, 2021
Fewer than 30,000 votes currently separate the two candidates.
But here’s the thing:
There are 326,611 votes left to be counted.
And these aren’t all votes in blue counties.
These are early votes that weren’t allowed to be counted until election day.
If these are in-person early votes, then we can expect a major comeback from Jack Ciattarelli.
Per PJ Media:
New Jersey Republicans are angry at the Associated Press and they very well may have an excellent reason for that. AP called the state’s governor’s race for Democrat Phil Murphy last evening with nearly 10 percent of the vote outstanding.
Out of almost 2.5 million votes cast, Murphy was in the lead by less than 36,000 votes. Stami Williams, the communications director for Republican Jack Ciattarelli’s campaign, criticized the Associated Press for calling the race when it did.
AP made the call because their models showed them that the Republican candidate was extremely unlikely to overcome Governor Phil Murphy’s lead. The votes that were yet to be counted were from heavily Democratic precincts and those outstanding votes from GOP precincts weren’t enough to overturn the decision.
But there are increasing reports of election irregularities in New Jersey.
Take a look at the video below.
And Treason In New Jersey. pic.twitter.com/0hPtyFTTaD
— 🇺🇸Robert.N🇺🇸 (@Rob_Noorollah) November 3, 2021