In a shocking turn of events, the great state of Kentucky has reelected their liberal overlord, Gov. Andy Beshear. It’s like a bad rerun of a horror movie that you just can’t escape. Republican Daniel Cameron, who actually knows a thing or two about law and order as the state’s attorney general, was no match for Beshear’s sly tactics and popularity among the sheep-like voters.
Andy Beshear Wins Second Term in Kentucky
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 8, 2023
The race was called in Beshear’s favor faster than you can say “Democratic agenda.” Seriously, they didn’t even wait an hour after the polls closed in some parts of Kentucky before declaring him triumphant. It’s almost as if they had the outcome predetermined. But we all know that’s just not possible, right?
DDHQ Race Call Notes: ✅
At the time of calling this race….
– Beshear performed strongly across the fifteen completed counties thus far.
– Specifically, he performed better than he did in 2019 in Breathitt and Lee coal counties, even as these had trended towards Trump on a…
— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) November 8, 2023
Big question is whether we see a similar dynamic in #MSGOV. Much tougher lift for Dems given higher racial polarization, would need combination of strong Black turnout and weak GOP turnout.
— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) November 8, 2023
With almost half of the vote counted, Beshear had a slight lead over Cameron. Of course, that’s all the evidence the liberal media needed to declare him the grand champion of Kentucky. Who cares about fair play or giving the voters a chance to make their voices heard? The narrative must be maintained.
It’s worth noting that Beshear had the audacity to use his incumbency advantage to his advantage. How dare he?! As if that wasn’t enough, he was also labeled as one of the most popular governors in the entire country. Can you believe it? Maybe Kentucky needs to rethink their definition of “popular.”
But let’s not forget the real hero in this story – former President Donald Trump. He endorsed Cameron, because he knows a true conservative when he sees one. Trump won Kentucky not once, but twice, with a whopping majority. Clearly, the people of Kentucky have forgotten the greatness that was Trump and his unyielding commitment to American values.
In the end, it seems that Cameron just wasn’t able to distance himself enough from the toxic influence of President Joe Biden. We all know that Biden’s approval ratings are plummeting faster than a lead balloon. But apparently, some people in Kentucky still think he’s the bee’s knees. Bless their hearts.
So here we are, stuck with another term of Beshear and his band of liberal cronies. Kentucky, you had the chance to choose freedom, limited government, and personal responsibility. Instead, you’ve chosen higher taxes, government interference, and a never-ending cycle of progressivism. Enjoy the ride, my friends. The consequences of this decision will surely be felt for years to come.