If you thoroughly enjoyed the 2016 election, then last night definitely had to be a pretty fun night for you, especially if you just so happen to live in Texas.

Or just love to see far-left progressives who pretend to be Latino to run against an actual Latino with the enthusiastic support of blue-haired college socialists and lose.

Lots of fun was to be had for all.

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Of course, today we get to look at round-ups of all the meltdowns, so it’s like an after party!

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There were the sobbing live streams from Beto’s watch party, where he consoled his devastated supporters by telling him he was “f***ing proud” of them.

There was the infections case of “literally shaking” on Twitter as election results came in:

Then there were the saddened photoshops:

Then there were the tribute….biology exams?

And then there is this guy, who is going to have to figure out the least painful place to hang his brilliant masterpiece:

All in all, it was essentially what you would expect from a bunch of largely-millennial and progressive voters who actually thought this left-of-Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez representative with a drunk driving history actually had a shot at winning the Senate seat in deep-red Texas.

At least now they have someone they can pretend stands a chance against Trump in 2020, I guess?


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