Donald Trump Jr. Calls Out Election Manipulation, Officials Miraculously “Discover” Hundreds of Votes That Boost Democrats in Toss-Up Ohio Election

Kirsters Baish| It was expected that Ohio’s special election would be a clean sweep for GOP’s Troy Balderson. Democrat candidate Danny O’Connor was falling behind Balderson this week, but as we know so well, voter polling isn’t always accurate. It now seems that the Democratic candidate has slimmed the margin to turn the election into a toss up when 588 votes were “discovered.”

The Hill reports that Balderson is now only leading the race by 1,564 votes. Things will change as the 3,435 provisional ballots and 5,048 absentee ballots are taken into account.

O’Connor didn’t waste any time celebrating the small win on Twitter. Of course he asked for more money too.

He wrote, “6:05 PM UPDATE

We just netted 190 VOTES from Franklin County!

We’re confident DANNY WILL WIN once ALL the votes are counted, but we spent EVERYTHING we had on the Special Election.

Please donate $5 to make sure EVERY LAST VOTE is counted fairly.”

You’re probably wondering where officials miraculously found these votes. It was announced by the Franklin County Board of Elections that “the votes from a portion of one voting location had not been processed into the tabulation system.” Taking into account the fact that a voting location is only used to submit votes, this excuse doesn’t seem valid.

It makes you stop and think just how many votes are off somewhere in electoral space. Will anyone discover those votes?

Conservative Triune explains, “summoning votes from the ether is not O’Connor’s only trick. As Donald Trump Jr. discovered, he also has the ability to magically make his opponents vanish from Twitter, even when searched.”

How terrible is that? People could only view one candidate when they searched for the election on the social media site.

Conservative Tribune writes:

If you’ve been keeping track, this is two magic tricks already that have been a huge boon for O’Connor. There’s no telling how many more rabbits he has stored in his hat.

There are still votes that have not been counted, and both camps are waiting for a miracle. Since Ohio law triggers an automatic recount if the margin is 0.5 percent or less, the election for the Democrats has been a race to close the gap.

We will have to wait and see what happens in this Ohio election, but we can only wonder if more votes for O’Connor are going to mysteriously show up along the way.