Via @jholbo1 , National Review writers pretend to believe both that detailed bills are undemocratic and also that bills that grant discretion to the bureaucracy are undemocratic. But large departures from one person one vote are fine!
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In 2016, when Trump won PA, MI, and WI by a handful of votes, the election system worked just great. Now that he's losing, it's a "fraud" and they're "stealing the election." This is how demagogues destroy faith in democracy and move us toward authoritarianism. Count every vote!
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