Kenosha County Just Went Red For The First Time In DECADES After BLM Riots And Kyle Rittenhouse Case
ยท Apr 6, 2022 ยท NottheBee.com

Kenosha, Wisconsin just went red for the first time in decades, and I wonder why that might be...

  • Could it be the $50 million in damages done during Black Lives Matter riots after the Jacob Blake shooting?
  • Or maybe it has to do with the fact that the city tried to put away Kyle Rittenhouse, smearing him as a murderer for defending himself?

From Fox News:

Wisconsin's Kenosha County executive flipped red for the first time in decades after the city gained widespread attention amid damaging riots and the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

Voters elected Samantha Kerkman on April 5th as the county executive. The race was described as nonpartisan, but Kerkman had the backing of Republicans and serves as a Republican state representative. Her opponent, Rebecca Matoska-Mentink, is a Democrat and serves as the Clerk of Courts.

It is the first time a woman will serve in the position and the first time since at least 1998 that a Republican has been elected. The Associated Press reported Kerkman is the first Republican ever to hold the officially nonpartisan office, though Fox News has not independently confirmed the report.

Wow, would you look at that?

The radical left went absolutely insane and it cost them in an election.

And it's not just Kenosha.

Republican-backed candidates in local school board races also came out as winners Tuesday in the Milwaukee suburbs that are critical for the Wisconsin GOP in statewide elections.

Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, a Republican candidate for governor, endorsed 48 school board candidates. Of those, 34 won including eight incumbents, based on preliminary results. Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, a former teacher, school administrator and state superintendent, did not endorse in any race...

Conservative candidates picked up school board seats in Waukesha, Wausau and Kenosha, but lost races in Beloit and the western Wisconsin cities of La Crosse and Eau Claire.

The Republican-backed candidate for a state appeals court seat in southeastern Wisconsin, Maria Lazar, also defeated a sitting judge who was appointed by Evers.

It looks like the radical leftists might have really stepped in it this time.

A red wave is coming y'all. Get excited for 2022.


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