Here's a post which caught my eye. It complains of the fact that nationwide, Democrat House candidates won the popular vote by less than a percentage point (49.15% to 48.03%), but Republicans won a 33-seat majority. In Virginia, Republican candidates won the popular vote by 2%, but won eight out of eleven seats.
To be sure, this is a function of gerrymandering. To be sure, there are exceptions (one-seat states like Alaska, Wyoming, and North Dakota) which skew the results, but it's almost a fair point. If, of course, we lived in a parliamentary system of government, and not a representative republic. But of course, the moonbats on far Left never let the facts get in the way of a good rant.
Here's one they cast proverbial Memory Hole: that there were crickets chirping over at
You can be taken seriously as people of principle when Virginia Democrats surrender three of those seats. And reverse the effort to carve up Prince William County like a Thanksgiving turkey (one whole district and parts of four others in a county whose population justifies two full seats, and part of another) to preserve Chuck Colgan's seat.