@clarkgoble The demographic analysis is most likely right. In general, we should have a mandatory count of the paper trail in every election to both demonstrate integrity and discourage possible bad actors.
@clarkgoble One problem with the current situation is that computer based fraud would look on the surface like the polls were systematically wrong by a large margin. With no other obvious sign of a problem.
@clarkgoble Frankly, the thought that a successful attack has swayed the presidential election scares me just as much as the prospect of a Trump presidency. I'm glad that there is a recount, but hope that it shows that this was just whacky demographics.
@clarkgoble If there was a problem with the vote, it wouldn't be conspiracy. It would be one or a few individuals with the right skills and knowledge. It seems unlikely to have happened, but it is much more plausible than 'millions' of voter impersonations
@clarkgoble It seems inevitable and driven by the economics. In a fractured media landscape, it makes economic sense to go for a (possibly partisan) niche. In a unified media landscape, you want LCD which means 'neutral'.
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