Little has happened overnight due to the vote counters going home in some states or, in Philadelphia, the vote-counters having worked all night but the big shots refusing to update the public on what the workers have counted.
In Wisconsin, the Milwaukee mail ballots finally got counted giving Biden a 7,500 vote lead in the Badger State. In Nevada, Trump has narrowed Biden’s lead to about the same.
Biden has cut Trump’s lead in Michigan, with some Detroit votes left to count.
It’s almost as if heavily Democratic districts tend to be late to report their results. Is that because heavily Democratic districts tend to be more inept at simple vote-counting or more adroit at complex vote-manipulation, or both?
At this point, Biden appears to have more paths to 270 than Trump does, although it’s not over.
Also, you might imagine that after 4 years of rhetoric about how Trump must be driven from office By Any Means Necessary, that there might turn out to be Democrat operatives in some close states willing to do what needs to be done to get Literally Hitler out of the White House.
Say you are a partisan operative who has a job in the vote-tallying apparatus of a close state, and on Wednesday evening it appears that the concoction of 1000 votes will determine whether Trump is President for the next 4 years. Do you make up 1000 votes for your candidate?
— Steve Sailer (@Steve_Sailer) November 4, 2020
Speaking of going to bed:
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— Minneapolis Institute of Art (@artsmia) October 30, 2020