Volodin: Gogol wants the plot of the US elections, won by “dead souls”
MOSCOW, November 11 – RIA Novosti. Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Vyacheslav Volodin commented The midterm elections to the US Congress, with the writer Nikolai Gogol stating that he would like the plot of these elections, which “dead souls” won.
“The last word of the US elections or the Dead Souls of American politics. Washington, which has declared itself a model of democracy, loves to criticize our electoral system. Few examples that prove the standards put forward by the US are worthless, and the American political system is literally dead” – Volodin on his Telegram channel Wrote.
According to him, Democratic Congressman Tony DeLuca won with 85% of the vote in Pennsylvania. However, he died in early October, but his name was not removed from the ballot.
“DeLuca’s opponent is fed up with his appeals to voters to emphasize that he is the only surviving candidate in the district. But the dead man still won. Such a case is not the only one. In Tennessee, 72% of the vote was cast for 72% of the vote. In October Barbara Cooper, the deceased Democratic representative. Gogol would have liked the story,” said Volodin.
The midterm congressional elections were held in the US on Tuesday, voting results have not yet been summarized, but media forecasts suggest Republicans will have a majority in the House of Representatives. Current Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said the same thing. US President Joe Biden expressed hope on the eve that Democrats will have a chance to win a majority of the seats in the House. The election of the head of the chamber will depend on the division of the seats, respectively, the head of the losing group will take the position of the leader of the minority.
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