The recent election in Wisconsin to replace a Supreme Court Justice was won by a conservative judge. Holder went all in on this one, but when the votes were counted he held a losing hand.
However, the loser will not fade from the scene because she refuses to concede, saying she won. This is typical of the losing side, Florida and Georgia gave proof of head games these losers from America’s gutter perpetrate. The liberal press picks it up too for not calling them out. They, the fake news outlets, stream vitriolic diatribe like they were the neutral observer, far from the truth.
Wisconsin voters appear to have delivered a stunning rejection to former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s latest political objective, in a state that’s not only sure to be a 2020 election battleground, but also pivotal in the upcoming decennial redistricting process.
Holder is the chairman of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, a tax-exempt, 527 political organization that primarily operates for the purpose of influencing elections. The group’s stated aim is to favorably position Democrats in select “red states” and presidential swing states for the next round of redistricting after the 2020 census.
A key race in that effort occurred Tuesday, when liberal-backed judge Lisa Neubauer faced conservative judge Brian Hagedorn for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Despite overwhelming outside support for Neubauer, the April 2 election has Hagedorn leading by nearly 6,000 votes.
Hagedorn, a former aide to Republican Gov. Scott Walker, claimed victory on Wednesday, saying “the people of Wisconsin have spoken, and our margin of victory is insurmountable.” The election, however, is likely headed to a recount, although such margins of victory are rarely overturned.
Holder was unusually active in what would seem an inconsequential race for President Obama’s former top law enforcement official. But he invested his time and reputation, as well as hundreds of thousands of donor dollars, in what looks to be another surprising Wisconsin defeat.