BREAKING: Democrats Up to Old Tricks in New Jersey – Republican Winning Largest County with 100% of Votes Counted Then Vote Magically Flips

Anyone paying attention to the obvious appreciates how many strange events led to Joe Biden somehow defeating America’s most-successful president. Despite getting more votes than he earned in his 2016 victory, President Trump lost his 2020 reelection bid.

Logic says he did not lose. Audits and peculiar vote counts continue to point to fraud. The Democrats can’t win using their radical socialist policies. They have to cheat. Well, it seems that they’ve pulled off another one of their “trick plays”.

This time, they had to fabricate votes in New Jersey’s largest county. Eventually, these crooked liberals are going to get caught. In all honesty, they have been exposed, but no jurisdiction has the backbone to stand up to them.

Just like all the mysterious middle-of-the-night lead shifts in the 2020 Presidential Election for Joe Biden, incumbent crook Phil Murphy flipped Bergen County. Bergen County’s total vote count has a huge effect on the final New Jersey outcome.

It is the Garden State’s largest county. At a point during the evening of the election, Republican candidate Jack Ciattarelli had built a surprising lead over his competitor Phil Murphy. With 83 percent of the vote counted, Ciattarelli held a 42,000 vote lead statewide.

Ciattarelli’s lead vote count included winning Bergen County 52 percent of the vote. The county reported 100 percent of the votes had been counted. However, Democrats said not so fast. Suddenly, as the vote count totals pushed to 87 percent, Murphy was announced as the winner in New Jersey’s most populated county.

Once again, like a crafty magician, the Democrat Party seems to have pulled votes out of thin air. If all the votes were counted, how did Murphy flip the final total? Where did these votes come from? In the confusion, Ciattarelli’s 42,000 lead eroded.

Within minutes, the front-running Republican had his margin over Murphy whittled down to 1,600 votes. When did this all happen? Well, conveniently in the middle of the night when no one was looking. The Bergen County overnight transformation for Murphy went down at 1:54am (EDT).

Just like the middle-of-the-night suitcases unearthed in Georgia, plus the many suspicious vote total flips in the middle of the night on November 4, 2020, something sneaky and underhanded went down in New Jersey.

No one needs to be a mathematical genius to figure out something is seriously wrong here. One hundred percent means ALL votes had been counted. However, suddenly in the wee-hours of the morning, some 40 thousand votes conveniently appear to flip the county.

Same old Democrat playbook, it appears. How surprising will it be to find that a vast majority of these votes are unaccounted for mail-in ballots? No one who’s been paying attention will be surprised when documents and authentications for these ballots are suddenly unavailable.

Children will try to blame someone else for stealing something until they’re caught. How long will it take for cheating Democrats to finally get caught with their hand in the election cookie jar? Until then, liberals and their crooked cronies in the mainstream media keep peddling lies.

They insist, “There is nothing to see here.” But the numbers never add up. There is always some glitch in the system, or other issue. However, the totals conveniently shift for their candidate. It’s not as if experts haven’t pinpointed dozens of such anomalies in recent elections.

The problem is trying to circumvent the leftist-controlled election boards and bureaucrats who hide the deception. Eventually, like the little kid who keeps stealing out of the cookie jar, they’re going to get caught red-handed. When they do, it will spell the end of the Democrat Party.

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