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    Watch: Dem Candidate Flashes Beer Can During Closing Argument, Tells Us How He Thinks Election Day Is Going to Go

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    On Election Day, a tweet from early in the morning seemed to sum up how many Democrats might be feeling about the upcoming midterm elections.

    Either excessive resignation or confidence were displayed.

    The tweet included a video clip of Tim Ryan, a Democrat running for the Ohio Senate, speaking on Monday night’s episode of “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell” on MSNBC.

    In his contest with Republican J.D. Vance, who had received Trump’s support, Ryan was giving his “closing remarks.”

    In addition to speaking, he made a powerful last gesture as O’Donnell was winding up the piece by holding up a beer can.

    The Democrat toasted the camera and said, “We’re going to bring it home, Lawrence,” holding up the Miller Lite can to make sure the logo was visible.

    “Gotcha,” O’Donnell said, evidently astonished that the applicant had made it known that he had been drinking during the interview.

    Ryan said it again and grinned, “We’re going to bring it home.”

    The beer can might not have been a mere prop.

    Ryan had previously demonstrated a preference for Miller Lite. In a post on Twitter on October 29, the candidate touted his qualifications as an average guy who enjoys beer and football.

    “There’s always time for a Miller Lite and some football,” he remarked.

    Ryan reportedly uses Miller time for televised interviews as well.

    In the Ohio Senate election, his Republican rival is known as an ordinary person.

    The author of “Hillbilly Elegy” is Vance. NPR stated in a review of the book in 2016. “J.D. Vance grew up in a Rust Belt town in Ohio, in a family from the hills of eastern Kentucky. His new memoir details the social isolation, poverty and addiction that afflict poor white communities.”

    Ryan’s beer-infused closing statement apparently failed to connect with the electorate. With a lead of roughly 54 percent to 46 percent over the Democrat, Vance was declared the victor late on Tuesday night.

    Perhaps Ohioans prefer Budweiser.

    More on this story via The Western Journal

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