Political strategist Dick Morris said he sees nothing surprising in Tuesday night's election results — they're just as he called them — but that the GOP will see one thing that will shake things up: a move of minority voters toward the party.
"There is a tectonic plate shift, and a realignment in the Black and Hispanic vote," Morris said during Newsmax TV's Election Night coverage. "The core of the Democratic Party, the pedestal on the statue has been chipped away."
Once all the numbers in Florida have been released, Morris predicted President Donald Trump will get 20% to 30% of the Black vote and 30% to 40% of the Latino vote.
"And that's not just Cubans," Morris said of the heavily GOP-voting bloc who often shun Democratic candidates over fears of "socialism" that they or their family members left under the Castro regime.
The "realignment," Morris told host John Bachman, is not a mere blip on the electoral radar, but is "going to echo through history for the next 10 or 20 years."
Asked by Bachman if there was anything in the uncounted vote totals that worried him, Morris responded, "Not a damn thing. … As Alfred E. Neuman said, 'What, me worry?'"
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