Political analysis from the progressive perspective offers insight into election returns that assumes an even split among voters seemingly without realizing overall Midwest red state reality.
Take a listen to the classy whispered subtleties of "public radio" newsies attempting to over-represent their smallish political faction in the greater Kansas City area . . .
Don't get it twisted, TKC isn't a right-winger for a lot of reasons but mostly because we stopped believing in love and everything else after Rachel from Friends was dumped by that pretty boy from Missouri.
Check-it . . .
The contest between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in this week's presidential election was so close, in the end, that it took days of painstaking ballot counts to determine a winner, with percentages for both candidates hovering right around 50% in crucial battleground states.