The NYTimes (emphasis mine)
“Trump advisers said their best hope was if the president wins Ohio and Florida is too close to call early in the night, depriving Mr. Biden a swift victory and giving Mr. Trump the room to undermine the validity of uncounted mail-in ballots in the days after.”
Their best hope? Their best hope is stealing an election would be clearer. The Times is normalizing this. Do better, NYTimes.
We need some disambiguation: there is a difference between voting and vote counting.
- It is true that you cannot vote AFTER the elections.
- It is NOT true that the vote-counting must be completed by Election night, and in fact it never has.
- Trump also suggested election results can’t be trusted because voters can change their votes after they’ve been cast.
Team Evil has tried voter suppression using all their usual tricks, and now they are announcing that they are going after vote tallying. Election integrity is not a partisan issue, it is a democracy issue.