Soros-funded lawyer Mike Schmidt concedes Portland race after more than 20 hours of vote counting | The Gateway expert

Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt officially conceded defeat Wednesday evening. After more than twenty hours of counting votes, with Oregon's infamous vote-by-mail system and a stack of newly found ballots cutting the lead for challenger Nathan Vasquez from 16% to 8%, Schmidt Show came to terms with reality and gave his loss.

As we reported earlier today, Portlanders have rejected Schmidt, his Soros supporters, and the “progressive reform policies” that resulted in massive spikes across the board in all areas of crime. Schmidt quickly gained a reputation for throwing victims under the bus and favoring criminals. The new chief, Nathan Vasquez, has been a deputy district attorney in Multnomah County for nearly 25 years. But don't hold your breath for too long. Compared to the far-left shenanigans of Schmidt Show, Vasquez's mainstream left-democratic policies are likely to move the needle only slightly closer to sanity.

A quick look at Schmidt's Facebook And Tweet pages shows a plethora of ticked off citizens who couldn't wait to vote him out. He will hold the office until January.

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