are made of this.
It’s fascinating that they were only able to carry on the charade for 49 minutes. Fox kept trying to tease voters, with Hannity saying that they were “close” to calling a winner; they didn’t call it until after 9pm (central). With the ready availability of alternative media sources, it was too easy for people to find facts without the MSM filter.
My disappointment was discovering that Wisconsin does not provide official vote tabulations on election night; they rely on AP. Elected Secretary of State Doug LaFollette (yes, that LaFollette family) lost in the Democrat primary for the do-over to Barrett. The SOS website reads more like a prog recruiting station–government of, by, and for the bureaucracy. Instead of election night information, I wasn’t surprised to find this drivel as a headline in large red letters:
Because of the Governor’s budget passed by the Legislature the Office of the Secretary of State’s functions have been significantly changed.
This Office no longer handles notaries public or trademarks and trade names functions. Therefore, for this type of information, please do not contact this office. Thank you!
I didn’t watch MSNBC because I knew I’d be able to check out the highlights here and elsewhere in all its glory.
49 minutes of yapping about a long, long night and maybe into the morning of an election so close and important.
Then, just like the roadrunner – boom!, ouch! – the anvil falls on the head.
I just love those cartoons.
Rachel, I’ll tell you what happens next. Barbra Streisand sings The Way We Were in her role as Katie Morosky, a Marxist Jew.