Top Progressive Finally Concedes, Admits Democrats Don’t Stand a Chance

Democrats are now being forced to admit their radically left agenda has never and will never resonate with American voters.

On Wednesday, New Jersey state Senate President Steve Sweeney conceded defeat to Republican challenger and truck driver Edward Durr.

After spending less than $10,000 on his campaign, Durr knocked out his longstanding Democrat challenger in an election that received national attention. Durr’s victory proved that, regardless of Red or Blue state, Americans demand freedom from socialism and nonsensical social justice.

Sweeney, a Democrat representing a district in South Jersey, made the announcement more than a week after the Nov. 2 election.

And to his credit, Sweeney conceded gracefully.

“All votes have been fairly counted and I, of course, accept the results. I want to congratulate Mr. Durr and wish him the best of luck,” Sweeney said .

He later acknowledged the “Red Wave” currently crashing into electoral politics.

Durr, who spent $6,000 on his campaign , defeated Sweeney by 2,212 votes, according to election data.

Durr issued his own statement that said his differences with Sweeney were “political, not personal.”

“Now, the hard work begins, the voters have spoken,” he said to a local reporter.

“They don’t want Governor Murphy’s vision of making New Jersey the California of the east coast. I give the voters my promise that I will fight the tyranny that is Phil Murphy beginning on day one.”

The New Jersey governor’s race was closer than many analysts expected.

After President Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in the state by nearly 16 points in 2020, incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy is projected to beat Republican candidate Jack Ciattarelli in the 2021 race by a slim 3-point lead.

The final tally has not been certified yet, and Ciattarelli has still not conceded the race.

This is just a sign of what’s to come.

If Democrats aren’t allowed to rig any upcoming elections, they will be trounced, defeated, and left hanging their heads in shame.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth