It took less than 10 minutes for TKC to vote today.
Had I believed cable TV news, I would have panicked, cast a ballot for Pete Buttigieg early and hidden under my bed until there was a vaxx for the plague.
Thankfully, rumors of massive lines and voters smacked down by angry officials were mostly unfounded.
To be fair, there's a chicken and egg theory at play. Skeptics of TKC (how dare you) would claim that constant election warnings and advocacy enabled the today's easy, harmless and convenient election. Obviously, a lot of people did a great deal of advance work to make sure the process was smooth.
Still, we post this bit of encouragement as polls close in a couple of hours and there's still plenty of time to vote. Some lines are long but not unmanageable and, as always, most of the panic from the MSM is simply a rhetorical ploy to expand a narrative that might or might not hold up after tonight.
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