The outcome of 'Corpse vs Buffoon' (credit where it's due) remains up in the air, though the media have almost unanimously called it for Corpse even as recounts and lawsuits breed like rabbits to occupy the minds of the Trump faithful. In the Greatest Democracy in the World™, we are expected to believe a guy who couldn't get 20 people to attend a rally even before the OMFGVIRUS somehow got the most votes of any candidate ever in US history. Don't ask questions or you're marking yourself as a Russian Useful Idiot - perhaps literally so, as the 'Trump Accountability Project' (as if there has ever been any accountability anywhere near Washington DC) has declared in no uncertain terms that Trump's "enablers" - i.e. the people who voted for him as well as those on his payroll - will Never Work in This Town Again. You're kidding yourself if you think they won't move on to the insufficiently-Bidenthusiastic after they're done macerating the Trumpsters. Though given that the Trumpsters tend to be well-armed, the thought police might be biting off more than they can chew taking them on. No matter, they have drones and all kinds of nasty tricks to cut off people's water and electricity - not to mention Biden's promise to start throwing people in NZ-style quarncentration camps where an easily-forged Do Not Resuscitate order is all that stands between the inconvenient dissident and the landfill.
I'm not trying to scare people, but reality sure is.
November 2: Meaningless polls hit new low; nothing to lose your head over; election meddling in progress
November 3: New & improved Memory Hole; lockdown with feeling; buggying out; political performance art do's & don'ts
November 4: Piggy Warbust & the Ballots from Mars; vote late & often; big bets on Blue
November 5: Much ado about nothing; UK embraces totalitarianism; Facebook loves theft; Trump loves lawsuits
November 6: Corpsetastic lovefest; convenient "glitch" #994; Venezuelan eyeroll; Russiagate? what Russiagate?