By Duncan Smith

A handful of weeks ago, no one thought GOP California gubernatorial candidate and talk show host Larry Elder had much of a shot at unseating Gov. Gavin Newsom in a recall election that finishes up later this month.

No way a Republican could win in the Golden State, where Dems outnumber a shriveled GOP by 2-to-1.

But it’s looking more like Elder actually has a real shot at beating Newsom because Newsom may not get the required 50% of ‘yes’ votes to stay in office.

That means the candidate who gets the highest number of votes to replace him will become governor.

And right now, that candidate is Elder.

But there’s more: Elder’s election could have massive implications for control of the U.S. Senate.

Conservative Brief has more:

Conservative Republican radio host Larry Elder, who is the current front-runner on the GOP side in the election, has now said he would replace California 880year-old Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a Democrat, with a Republican if he were to become governor and she stepped down or was otherwise unable to continue her term, Fox News reported.

'God forbid Gov. Elder should replace Dianne Feinstein who nobody's seen in weeks,' he said to conservative radio host Mark Levin on his show Friday. 'I'm told she has a worse mental condition than even Joe Biden. They're afraid I'm would replace her with a Republican — which I most certainly would do and that would be an earthquake in Washington D.C.'

Chuck Schumer’s short-lived tenure as Majority Leader would be a welcome development to Trump-supporting conservatives and Elder, the least likely candidate of all, is the one who could make it happen.

Who saw that coming?

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