Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Just looking at the electoral map of Virginia, you have an entire state, I’d say about 90 percent of the geographical area, is entirely red. These aren’t even close reds. Click on any one of the counties and not one of them is a horse race. Then you have a couple pockets of the virus. The virus is those teat-sucklers that work for Mordor. If you look close on that map, if you blow it up, you can even see the perpendicular lines where those three counties have been carved out of the ten-mile square. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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Mike: Go and grab a gander at the electoral map of the State of Virginia. You that live in Virginia are now being ruled by Mordor. Some people are going to say, [mocking] “Well, if Cuccinelli had run a better campaign, this never would have happened. It’s supposed to be a reliably red state.” I was looking at the results as they were coming in last night. I was going county by county and I was seeing some of the counties that you would expect a Republican or a “conservative” candidate would or should win that Cuccinelli was winning. I saw one that was 73.8 percent. Many of them were in the high 50s. Some were in the 60s. These were ample margins, especially in the rural counties.
There’s one that’s right smack dab in the middle of the western, I guess that’s the Blue Ridge Mountains section. I haven’t traveled that way in a year or so and I haven’t looked at it on a map. I’m just going to go out on a limb and say the one blue county that sticks out in the middle of that ocean of red in the southwestern part of Virginia must be where there is a bunch of people, and it must be where there’s a bunch of government, too. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that’s probably Roanoke. Without overlaying an interstate map on it, I’m going to say that’s probably Roanoke. As a matter of fact, the county is Montgomery County. It’s not even a blowout. It’s a 46/43.
There’s another big story out of Virginia. The Libertarian candidate, Sarvis, actually nets 6.6 percent. The final tally is McAuliffe 48 percent, Cuccinelli 45.5, and the big margins of victory are provided by the three counties in the north. I don’t know why they haven’t called Prince William County. It’s 52.1 for McAuliffe right now to 43.7, with 98 percent of the precincts. This is according to the electoral map at Politico. That’s going to make a nice top right-hand corner blob of blue. The other county in the northern part that has not been called is Rockingham County. It has 96.7 percent reporting. Ken Cuccinelli is holding that county right now, 68 percent to McAuliffe’s 26. That’s going to go red. If we add that red one in there, and then if we scroll down a little further and go to Rock Bridge County, which has 95 percent reporting, that one’s going to go red with Cuccinelli as well. If we scroll all the way to the bottom of the map, you’re going to see the county that is just north and to the east — I think that’s just north of where Raleigh, North Carolina is, maybe a little bit to the east. That’s Mecklenburg County. That’s going to go Cuccinelli as well. That will complete the map.
What you’re going to see when you look at this map of the State of Virginia is one ginormous ocean, an overbearing, overflowing ocean of red counties and a couple dots of blue. The big dots of blue that are going to stand out are the counties that are to the west of Virginia Beach, Virginia. What makes Virginia Beach stand out, and I happen to know this that I lived there, went to high school there, grew up there, is that this is where your military bases are, especially your naval bases and your naval air stations. There’s NAS Oceana. There’s a couple other naval air stations. It’s a big Navy town, Virginia Beach. You get a little further west and south, that’s Chesapeake. Norfolk is old-school, an urban landscape or an urban city that you would expect to find anywhere else in the country. It wouldn’t be any shock that Norfolk would go for a Democrat.
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