It’s been more than two weeks since Election Day and Americans still don’t have a clear and verified idea of who will sit in the Oval Office come Jan. 20.
While Democrat Joe Biden appears to have victory in his hands, President Donald Trump still has a narrow but possible path to re-election.
At the center of the election confusion are a flurry of mail-in ballots and suspicious ballot counting procedures.
Even worse, voting machines that are supposed to make the election process quicker and more accurate seemed to be plagued by anti-Republican glitches.
But we can’t say we weren’t warned about that last one.
Trump retweeted his own take on problematic machines Wednesday night, more than eight years after he originally posted the grave warning.
“More reports of voting machines switching [GOP candidate Mitt] Romney