“That’s how this is supposed to work.”
Again, I ask, why is America the only country that cannot get election results on the night of the election?
Don’t answer. Once again, it’s rhetorical because I know.
First we saw Politico planting the seed to make it okay to question the election. Second, I found that one Georgia county is extending the deadline for absentee ballots for over 1,036 voters because someone forgot to mail them out.
Third, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre normalized the idea that we do not know election results for days after the election.
No, this is not how it works:
JEAN-PIERRE: “It took two weeks to call every state. In modern elections, more and more ballots are being cast in early voting and also by mail, and many states don’t start counting those ballots until after the ballots — after — pardon me, after the polls close on November 8. So, you heard the President say this the other night. He has been very clear on this as well. We may not know all the winners of elections for a few days. It takes time to count all legitimate ballots in a legal and orderly manner. That’s how — that’s how this is supposed to work, and it’s important for us to all be patient when — while the votes are being counted.”
How about we get rid of early voting? Why is it so hard to vote in person now than it was back in my day? We have Uber, Lyft, and many more ways to get to the polls.
Jean-Pierre: "We may not know all the winners of elections for a few days. It takes time to count all legitimate ballots in a legal and orderly manner. That's how this is supposed to work."pic.twitter.com/gVeDhlw456
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