Q: What do you call the plural of anecdote?
Anecdotes are not data. Let’s proceed:
OK, I love this passage where Hair Füror tells uclaimss that a dog got a n absentee ballot. He thinks it proves his case that it will be rigged. The fact that he knows that a dog (allegedly) got a ballot tells us that whatever scam was being perpetrated failed. The dog didn’t vote. Good Boy!
But, Lord Damp Nut wants us to know that voting by mail is OK in Florida (even if you’re a dog)…
…but not OK in Nevada:
He’s as frantic as the Beagle in a vaccum factory.
So here’s the point again: Go to Vote.org and check your registration status (there is no end to the eff’ery of the Republicans, you cannot check it too often), follow the instructions there and request your absentee ballot. Do it today.