Last night in the New Jersey Governor’s race Republican Jack Ciattarelli was leading current Democrat Governor Phil Murphy in the largest county in the state, Bergen County.  Then suddenly things changed.

Last night the governor’s race in New Jersey was showing the Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli in the lead over the incumbent Democrat Phil Murphy.  Then miraculously things changed.

With 83% of the votes counted in the state, Republican Ciattarelli held a statewide lead of 42,000 votes.  At this time, Bergen County, the largest county in New Jersey, claimed 100% reporting with Ciattarelli winning 52% of the vote.

Then things changed.  Minutes later, with 87% of the vote counted, the results in Bergen County changed and suddenly Murphy was reported ahead in the county with 51% of the vote.  Ciattarelli’s 42,000 vote in the state also dwindled to a  1,600 vote lead at this time.

Here is a video describing what happened.

This was also reported in a tweet this morning.

We need to know EXACTLY what happened at 1:54am in Bergen County #NJ#NJGov #AuditNJ pic.twitter.com/kbTjX92qsO

— Tricia Flanagan (R-NJ) (@NewDayForNJ) November 3, 2021

Here’s another tweet showing this anomoly, er glitch, er whatever…

Bergen County, NJ reported 219,894 votes last night at midnight – 100% reporting, with 52% for @Jack4NJ. This morning Bergen County has 261,528 votes (40k more votes) and now shows @GovMurphy as the declared winner of that county. Share this. Make them report it. FULL AUDIT. pic.twitter.com/hfzfY5TnKj

— Ian Smith (@iansmithfitness) November 3, 2021

What’s going on in New Jersey? 

The post BREAKING: Democrat Tricks in New Jersey Governor’s Race – Republican Winning Largest County with 100% of Votes Counted Then Vote Flips and Democrat Miraculously Wins County appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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