Turns out there definitely were dead people voting in Pennsylvania.
As reported here, one was for Trump.
The other was in heavily-Trump Luzerne County, so may well have been cast for Trump also (the article doesn’t say).
The third known instance of Pennsylvania voter fraud — out of 8 million votes cast — involved a registered Republican who voted once himself, then returned with sunglasses attempting to vote as his son.
The truth, of course, is that voter fraud is rare — and more likely to be committed by Trump zealots than Biden zealots.
Because (you’re way ahead of me) there are no Biden zealots.
But isn’t that a good thing? Demagoguery enflames, divides, corrupts, and destroys.
Decency, dignity, empathy, and competence offer promise of brighter days ahead.
Speaking of which: THE DAYS ARE GETTING LONGER! Things are looking up!
Trump supporters speak out. One minute.
Giant Japanese xylophone. Two minutes. Wonderful. (Thanks, Steve.)
I hope you had a great Christmas. Have you ever heard the silent monks sing Hallelujah?
I’m 12 years late with this, so I figure what’s another couple of days?
I especially love when they get to LORD OF LORDS. (Thanks, Ed!)
Is it too early to wish a wonderfully Happy New Year?
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