From President Donald J. Trump:
The whole world is laughing.
“U.S. election results: When will we know who won?” the BBC wondered.
AZCentral.com columnist Jon Gabriel wrote: “Friends in Hungary and Brazil asked how their entire nations can count votes in a few hours, while it takes Arizona a week or longer.”
As of Friday afternoon, America’s voting system has devolved from a global beacon of democracy to an international punchline. A bright neon sign warns: “Don’t try this at home.”
Three days after polls closed, four Senate seats are undecided. Neither Democrat Raphael Warnock nor Republican Herschel Walker scored 50% of Georgia’s vote. So, they face a Dec. 6 runoff that every GOP and conservative activist must labor to win.
Mechanical breakdowns, baffling “ballot dumps,” and inexplicable pauses in tabulation have buried the Arizona and Nevada senatorial and gubernatorial results in sand.
Alaska has soiled itself with a new, needless, and odious rank-choice-voting process.
Read the full article by Deroy Murdock for Newsmax here.