Video: Greg Gianforte(R) pulls out a victory in Montana special election

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Republican Greg Gianforte beats Democrat Rob Quist!

First and foremost, Republican Greg Gianforte has defeated Democrat Rob Quist in a special election to fill a Congressional seat in Montana. Sounds awesome, right?

All things considered, Greg Gianforte(R) received 50.9% of the vote in comparison to Rob Quist’s 43.2%. This margin is quite a bit smaller, when you consider President Trump Beat Hillary Clinton by close to 20%.

There are many that have said that the decrease is a direct result of the recent scandals. Scandals such as President Trump’s relationship with the Russian government. Which no matter how the mainstream media spins it, the relationship has shown nothing unlawful.

A report released by Mediate announced the win stating,

“Right at the stroke of midnight Eastern Time, Decision Desk HQ projected that Republican Greg Gianforte has defeated Democrat Rob Quist in the special election to fill Montana’s at-large House of Representatives seat.”

“At the time of the projection, Gianforte had captured 50.9% of the vote compared to Quist’s 43.2%. Libertarian Mark Wicks had 5.8%. This was with about 62% of the precincts counted.”

Republican’s have maintained control in Montana for 20 years. And, we hope to keep Republicans in control for another 20 years. But, from the way it looks we are losing voters to scandals created by the mainstream media.

For this reason, we need to stand up to the liberal media. They use their ‘reputations’ as a way to manipulate voters. They believe that they can feed us anything they want. And, when we ask for a source. They say it’s anonymous. In other words, none of our business.

In conclusion, while Gianforte’s win is a great thing. The win shows us losing voters. Don’t allow yourself to be manipulated by the same people who refused to report on any of Hillary Clinton’s wrongdoings.

 

 

 

 

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