Everyone has their eyes on the Presidential election results however, results in a New York House race are also sketchy.
On election night the Democrat running for NY-22 House seat, Anthony Brindisi was trailing by almost 30,000 votes to GOP challenger Claudia Tenney.
The race was close and ended up in the courts, here’s where things got real shady. Syracuse judge (Democrat), said he would personally “review” all of the spoiled ballots that had been rejected.
Of course, miraculously he “found” enough votes he felt were valid to give Brindisi a 13 vote lead. Immediately, Brindisi claimed victory and wrote, “This process and the integrity of our election are critical to our republic. This judicial review has been fair, open, honest, and transparent and I remain confident that voters’ voices will be heard.”
Tenney’s campaign disputed the announcement.
“Brindisi’s premature declaration of victory is further evidence that his team has no interest in ensuring a fair process that preserves the integrity of the election and protects the rights of voters. We will fight to ensure that all and only legal counts are counted — not jump to faulty conclusions,” Tenney campaign spokesman Sean Kennedy told The Post.
An Oswego County state Supreme Court Justice Scott DelConte stepped in and blocked election officials from certifying the results.
There seems to be election shenanigans up and down the State of New York, from the Hudson Valley to Long Island according to the New York Post:
Long Island Democratic Rep. Tom Suozzi trailed Republican opponent George Santos by around 4,000 votes on Nov. 4, but recovered ground and declared victory earlier this month.
Several state Senate Democrats on Long Island and in the Hudson Valley also appeared to be in trouble after election night, but the conference ended up retaining and picking up new seats across the state, clinching an overwhelming majority of mail-in ballots.
It sure seems like the only way the Democrats are holding on to any power is by cheating.