WOW, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews & Al Sharpton Tear Into Kentucky Democrat Senate Loser Alison Lundergan Grimes Concession Speech … “You Need to Be Gracious!”

WOW, WHO WOULD HAVE EXPECTED THE FOLLOWING FROM THE FOLKS AT MSNBC … CAMPAIGN COVERAGE AT MSLSD HAVE A MOMENT OF LUCIDITY.

How bad was the election tsunami and tidal wave that ripped through the Democrat party and Barack Obama last night during the 2014 midterm that saw the GOP pick up at least 7 US Senate seats, possibly 9, at least 12 House seats and governorships in places like Massachusetts, Illinois and Maryland … the MSNBC election coverage team of Chris Matthews and Al Sharpton ripped into Alison Lundergan Grimes for her concession speech, following her Kentucky Senate drubbing at the hands of Mitch McConnell 56% to 41%. Her concession speech was hardly gracious.

I have to give credit where credit is due, Matthews and Sharpton were spot on in their analysis.

“That wasn’t your usual concession speech,” Chris Matthews began. “Usually you congratulate the winner. You say something gracious. You move on. You unify the state to some extent. It was a partisan speech. Fair enough, it’s her call,” he added.

“It wasn’t a concession speech. Usually, you concede,” Al Sharpton added, noting that she made the Democrats turn on her when she infamously refused to say whether she voted for Obama during an editorial board Q&A. “You can represent what you represent. But you respect the winner, and you pledge to move on together.”

Rachel Maddow thought that Grimes may have been “shellshocked” by how badly she lost (polls showed her running neck-in-neck with McConnell) and Chris Hayes added that McConnell’s entire strategy was to tie her to the deeply-maligned President. “She was unable to say that she voted for Barack Obama was because Barack Obama is deeply unpopular,” he pointed out.

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You can watch Grimes not-so concession speech HERE.  This is what happens when you have delusion views and try and win at all cost, but cant even say who you voted for. Stay classy Alison, although last night was hardly one of your shining moments. I guess the good folks of Kentucky saw your true colors in defeat, a resounding defeat.

Newly Elected Republican Sen. Joni Ernst Victory Speech … Promises to Make Washington Squeal

Republican Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst promises to make Washington squeal …

Following her amazing victory in the Iowa Senate race, Ernst becomes the first woman Senator from Iowa. Going into today’s election Ernst had a 2.3% lead in the average of RCP polls; however, there was a Des Moines Register poll that Ernst leading Braley by 7. Interestingly enough, with 94% of the votes counted, Ernst has a 52-44 lead. Hardly the close race many had expected, Ernst wins going away.  Joni Ernst is going to make em all squeal like a pig.

Joni Ernst has been elected as the next U.S. Senator from Iowa. The Republican, a state Senator from Red Oak, defeated Democrat U.S. Representative Bruce Braley in one of the nation’s closest watched elections.

NORTH CAROLINA SENATE ELECTION 2014: Thom Tillis (R) – Incumbent Kay Hagen (D) … Race Still Too Close to Call (Update Race Called For Republican Tillis, GOP+7)

With 97% of the vote counted in North Carolina, the US Senate race between Republican Thom Tillis and incumbent Sen. Kay Hagen is still too close to call.

UPDATE I: Make it +7 for the GOP as the North Carolina race has been called for Republican challenger Thom Tillis. Republicans have now picked up an amazing 7 seats tonight and its not over. The race was nip and tuck all night, much like the recent polls prior to the election.

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Tillis declared winner in NC Senate race.

The race between incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis was too close to call in North Carolina.

Tillis had 49 percent and Hagan had 47 percent of the vote with nearly 80 percent of the state’s precincts reporting, according to the state Board of Elections.

Some of the state’s most populous counties had not completely reported results.

The race pitted Tillis, the speaker of the GOP-controlled state House, against Hagan, a one-term Democrat with a record of backing President Barack Obama and his health care law.

The Affordable Care Act, generally, has not been popular in North Carolina.

Voters who backed Tillis said they wanted change.

FOX NEWS Calls Iowa Senate Race for Republican Joni Ernst +6 … Ernst Makes Barack Obama and Harry Reid Squeal Like a Pig!!! GOP Regains Control of Senate

ERNST MAKES DEMOCRATS SQUEAL LIKE A PIG … +6

We had called the race earlier as a local TV, 13 WHO TV,  station made the call in the IOWA SENATE ELECTION 2014 that Joni Ernst (R) had defeated  Bruce Braley (D) … Now FOX News is making the call.  Joni Ernst is making Barack Obama and Harry Reid squeal like a PIG. Joni Ernst has won the US Senate seat for Iowa, becoming the first woman to represent Iowa in US Senate. CNN is making the call as well.

That’s it … the GOP has regained control of the US Senate.

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KANSAS SENATE ELECTION 2014: Incumbent Pat Roberts (R) – Greg Orman (I) … (Race Called for Roberts, Electorate Figured Out Orman was a Dem)

WITH THIS GOP VICTORY, THERE IS NO WAY DEMOCRATS CAN RETAIN THE SENATE, THEY HAD TO WIN WHAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE THIS VULNERABLE SEAT.

CBS calls the Kansas senate election for the incumbent GOP Senator Pat Roberts over the so-called independent candidate, Greg Orman. This is a huge save for Republicans as many pundits thought that this was the most vulnerable GOP Senate seat.

Just how much did VP Biden’s comments on radio that Orman was in the bag and was going to caucus with Democrats if he won cost Orman?

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IOWA SENATE ELECTION 2014: Joni Ernst (R) – Bruce Braley (D) … (Update: WHO TV Calling Race for Joni Ernst, First Woman to Represent Iowa in US Senate, GOP+6)

+6  FOR THE GOP FOR CONTROL OF THE US SENATE …

13 WHO TV Calling the Iowa Senate race for Joni Ernst … However, none of the big boys have called the race yet.

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Joni Ernst has been elected as the next U.S. Senator from Iowa. The Republican, a state Senator from Red Oak, defeated Democrat U.S. Representative Bruce Braley in one of the nation’s closest watched elections.

Ernst will fill the seat currently occupied by Senator Tom Harkin. Harkin, who has served in the U.S. Senate since 1985, announced in January 2013 that he would retire at the end of his term in January 2015.

Recent polls had shown Ernst pulling ahead, a poll released by the Des Moines Register this weekend showed her with a seven point lead. A Quinnipiac University poll released Monday showed the race was tied at 47%.

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Sour Grapes at MSNBC after Republican Mitch McConnell Defeats Their Lib Alison Lundergan Grimes … “She Had the Audacity to Run”

NO TINGLES UP HIS LEG TONIGHT, BA-HA,HA,HA … BETTER CALL THE WAHMBULANCE FOR MATTHEWS.

There may actually be only one thing better than watching a big night for the GOP in a political election and that is watching the liberal-Left lose their minds over at MSLSD and whine about their candidates lose. Chris Matthews was obviously not feeling the tingles up his leg tonight as he bitterly stated, “She had the audacity to run against this incredibly powerful incumbent with all the tricky moves up his sleeves, and sarcasm and ridicule … She’ll be back”. Then another liberal ass-hat went on to make a ridiculous comparison to McConnell’s victory to that of Harry Reid’s win by the seat of his pants. Hey folks at MSNBC, I realize that your math skills may not be top notch due to common core,

McConnell won his race despite Kentucky voters’ negative views of him. The Republican incumbent has a 52% unfavorable rating to just 46% favorable in the NBC News exit poll, which is usually dangerous territory for a sitting senator. Fortunately for McConnell, Grimes fell short of the challenge.

Fell short? Sorry, but this was far from a close race in the end. One might think it was made bigger because the liberal MSM wanted to make it appear closer than it really was.

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MONTANA SENATE ELECTION 2014: Steve Daines (R) – Amanda Curtis (D) … (Update: Race Called for Daines, GOP +5, The Wave Election is Underway)

+5  FOR THE GOP FOR CONTROL OF THE US SENATE …

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The race has been called in Montana for Republican Steve Daines.

Daines Defeats Curtis in Montana U.S. Senate Race - Daines’ victory gives Republicans a Senate seat that they have not held in more than a century.

Republican U.S. Rep. Steve Daines has defeated Democrat Amanda Curtis to win Montana’s U.S. Senate election.

Daines’ victory Tuesday gives Republicans a Senate seat that they have not held in more than a century. Republicans sought to gain at least six seats to win control of the Senate.

Daines, a first-term congressman from Bozeman, won voters over by emphasizing more jobs and less government. His campaign spent millions of dollars to spread that message.

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COLORADO SENATE ELECTION 2014 – Cory Gardner (R) – Incumbent Mark Udall (D) … (Update: Race Called for Republican Cory Gardner, +4)

+4  FOR THE GOP FOR CONTROL OF THE US SENATE …

FOX News has called the Senate race in Colorado for Republican Cory Gardner!!! WOW, the incumbent Senator Mark Udall has lost to his GOP challenger Gardner, making it a now net gain of 4 seats for the Republicans.Fox

News projects that Republican Rep. Cory Gardner will oust first-term Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in Colorado, one of the most closely watched contests in this election cycle.

This is a significant victory for Republicans, as it turns another Senate seat from blue to red, bringing their net gain for the night to four pickups.

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SOUTH DAKOTA SENATE ELECTION 2014: Mike Rounds (R) – Rick Weiland (D) … (UPDATE: Race Called for Republican Mike Rounds, GOP+3)

+3  FOR THE GOP FOR CONTROL OF THE US SENATE …

The South Dakota Senate race has been called for Republican Mike Rounds. This makes it a net +3 for the GOP tonight in the battle to get to +6 and control of the Senate. Rounds wins the Senate seat formerly held by Democrat Tim Johnson who announced that he would not be seeking another term.

Republicans have picked up three Senate seats, Fox News projects, bringing them halfway to the six seats needed to take the majority.

In the latest pick-up, Fox News projects that South Dakota Republican Mike Rounds will beat Democrat Rick Weiland and independent Larry Pressler to replace retiring Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson.

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