The numbers just don’t add up. The main election for California voters was, of course, the race for governor. Not only that, but Republican John Cox (who ran a putrid race) beat Newsome in Orange County despite wide margins of victory in the two traditional Democratic districts. Yet, in the House races, Democrats beat Republicans by about 186,000 votes and there were more votes for reps than for governor –  by 299,931. There is no way that makes sense, especially considering how hardcore Republican Orange County has always been. For those numbers to be right, 3 out of every 10 voters in Orange County would have had to skip voting for governor. Does that make sense?

The election results:

Orange County Governor’s race:

Republican John Cox 489,249
Democrat Gavin Newsom 476,827

Orange County House results:

District 39:
Democrat Gil Cisneros 113,075
Republican Young Kim 109,580

District 45:
Democrat Katie Porter 143,144
Republican Mimi Walters 135,120

District 46:
Democrat Lou Correa 85,691
Republican Russell Lambert 40,777

District 47:
Democrat Alan Lowenthal 124,436
Republican John Briscoe 69,942

District 48:
Democrat Harley Rouda 140,323
Republican Dana Rohrabacher 123, 401

District 49:
Democrat Mike Levin 139,480
Republican Diane Harkey 111,778

Total votes in Orange County House races:
Democrat: 776,218
Republican: 590,598

So according to the election results:

300,000 (299,931) more Democrats voted for the Democrats in the Orange County Congressional races than voted for Democrat Gavin Newsom for governor.

From The Gateway Pundit

Orange County, a traditionally conservative enclave in Southern California turned all blue after Democrats found tens of thousands of votes post election day.

Just two years ago in 2016, only 2 Congressional districts in Orange County voted blue–now just two years later every single district voted blue.

Democrat blue wave? More like Democrat election fraud.

From a reader:

I did a bit of my own research, and what’s interesting is in both Stanislaus County (ca-10) and Orange County Republican John Cox beat Gavin Newsom for Governor. John Cox ran a horrible campaign and was virtually invisible. I find it hard to believe that voters would split the ticket — voting R for an unknown guy Governor and D for a super liberal congressperson. Just seems like a BIG red flag.

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