Perhaps if you've spent the last few weeks screaming and yelling about a stolen election without offering much, if any, proof... ...you should sit the next day or so out... ...at least when it comes to poorly crafted hot takes. Cool? Cool.
Uganda’s main opposition candidate in next week’s presidential election has swapped his trademark red beret for a helmet and starts each day with shadow-boxing and a prayer to survive a campaign trail he describes as a war zone.
The turnaround comes nearly six weeks after Election Day. Many Republicans have ridden out the time in silence, enabling Trump to wage an unprecedented challenge to the nation’s cherished system of voting.
It’s been more than three weeks since Election Day. And they’re still counting votes in California and New York. Think about that.
To Mr. Justice Kavanaugh: States don't seek to announce results election night. The media does. States don't even certify election results the day of the election. Many take weeks before certification. All absentee ballots must be counted.
Massachusetts held a primary two weeks ago in which 685,000 people voted in person. On Election Day, 356 people tested positive for COVID in MA. Two weeks later, 313 people tested positive. In-person elections can be conducted safely.
The FBI didn’t want Trump to be President. Peter Stzrok’s text says “we’ll stop it.” The day after the election, FBI Attorney#2 said he was “stressed about what I could have done differently.” 2 weeks later he said “Viva le resistance. This is as wrong as it gets. #IGReport
In honor of National Voter Registration Day, I want to highlight some tools you can use to get registered to vote and register friends. With only six weeks before the election, it's all hands on deck.