House Gains 12 GOP

PUBLISHED: 4:39 PM 16 Nov 2020

12 House Seats Flipped For GOP! California Getting Redder

Tell Americans again how Biden somehow got more votes than President Trump?

Wow. (Source: Young Kim YouTube Screenshot)

In the red wave that occurred on November 3, there is ample proof that Americans spoke out against The Biden candidacy and the socialist slave-state it represents.

Twelve House seats have been flipped conservative, marking a strong rebuke of the polls that claimed a ‘blue wave.’

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The Daily Caller reported on Young Kim, who took a seat in California:

Republican Young Kim defeated Democrat Incumbent Rep. Gil Cisneros, according to the Associated Press, becoming the second republican candidate to flip a Democratic-held seat in California.

The race was a rematch from 2018, when Cisneros defeated Kim, the Associated Press reported.

BREAKING: Republican Young Kim wins election to U.S. House in California’s 39th Congressional District, beating incumbent Rep. Gil Cisneros. #APracecall at 5:36 p.m. PST. #Election2020 #CAelection https://t.co/lGfinjTqT4

— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) November 14, 2020

Kim joins California Congresswoman-elect Michelle Steel and Washington Congresswoman-elect Marilyn Strickland as the first Korean American women to be elected to Congress. Like Kim, Steel also flipped a Democratic-held seat in California’s 48th District.

Kim was born in South Korea and grew up in Guam. She’s a former state lawmaker who managed to overcome a Democratic registration edge in the district which includes portions of Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, according to KSAT.