Allow me to utilize a simple sports analogy to explain why the whining from Trump and his acolytes over the election will not change the result.
Aaron Blake of the Washington Post compiled several examples of how badly Trump’s legal teams are doing in courts across the country with their spurious lawsuits over the election results.
Thoughts on how the GOP tortured its own candidate, the one day Trump will beat Biden, why a concession doesn’t matter, and a tweet I wish I’d sent.
Yes, I have a slew of even more quick thoughts as the presidential election drama moves into day three. Read on.
Here are ten things we know this morning, regardless of what happens when the rest of the votes are counted.
Quick thoughts that occurred to me while watching election coverage on various TV networks Tuesday night.
Just a few more election-related thoughts I have to throw out before the ballot-counting begins. Plus, links you can use to follow my snarky live-tweeting of the voting-in-person experience this afternoon and election coverage tonight.
I’m the only member of my family who hasn’t voted yet. Here’s why I’m waiting until Tuesday afternoon to cast my ballot in person — with the full knowledge that the only way to achieve political change in the US is to vote.