Trump Ally Ron Johnson Gets MASSIVE WIN For GOP

According to projections from NBC News, Sen. Ron Johnson of the GOP, a staunch ally of President Trump, has been elected to a third term. Johnson defeated Democrat Mandela Barnes in a matchup that the GOP needed to win if they wanted to retake the Senate.

Johnson complained in front of the media that the corporate media would not declare a race finished. In all Democratic strongholds, the results are in, and according to local governments, all wards have been fully counted.

“There are some counties that have anywhere from 3-10% of the votes outstanding. These localities represent areas where we are winning by over 60%. There is no path mathematically for Lt. Gov. Barnes to overcome his 27,374 vote deficit. This race is over. Truth has prevailed over lies and the politics of personal destruction. I want to thank my family and everyone who supported me and worked so hard to save this U.S. Senate seat.”

He said that he will do all in his power to assist Wisconsin residents and the nation as a whole heal and come together. Johnson had 50.5% of the vote to Barnes’ 49.5% with 98.91% of the ballots counted, a difference of around 27,000 votes.

Speaking earlier, Barnes campaign spokesman Maddy McDaniel said they had anticipated the closeness of the contest. They are devoted to making sure that every vote is counted, regardless of what anyone says. After all of their opinions have been heard, they will wait to see what the Wisconsin voters have decided.




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