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Karine Jean-pierre Received Criticism for Stating That the Vote Count Would Take “a Few Days”: This Madness Must End
Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, came under fire on Monday for asserting that waiting a few days for results is how elections “are intended to function.” “It could take a few days before we learn who all the election winners are. All valid votes must be counted in a legal and orderly manner, which takes time “Reporters were informed by Jean-Pierre at the White House news conference. That is how it is intended to operate.
Twitter erupted as users voiced their shock that several states are no longer able to total all the votes they receive before the conclusion of election day. Voter confidence is weakened when ballots are counted after Election Day, according to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
On September 1, 2022, in Washington, DC, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responds to queries during the daily briefing. Rebeccah Heinrichs, a senior scholar at the Hudson Institute, made the remark, “Narrator: this is not, in reality, how it’s intended to function.”
The announcement was criticized by commentator Rick DeVos, who seemed to argue it was a poor attempt to allay concerns about the voting process. “This is quickly approaching the level of a 10-year-old attempting to perform the “Jedi Mind Trick” after watching it in the film. “That’s how this is meant to work,” you say. “That’s how this is meant to work,” you say. The way this is SUPPOSED to work is that “He joked. “Dad smiles and pats the child on the head.”
Michael D. Brown, the anchor of “The Situation with Michael Brown” and a former Under Secretary of Homeland Security, was one of many analysts who expressed doubt that elections are now taking longer to complete despite advances in technology.
“Consider the fact that she is also just plain ignorant. With the exception of Florida 2000, we virtually always had the results of a paper ballot or punched ballot counts by midnight. not a month. This madness must end “said he.
“It’s incredible that they were able to count all the ballots by hand on election night in the 1960s but can’t get it done with scantrons and computer inputs in 2022,” tweeted CNN Commentator Andy Swan. Brad Slager, a Townhall contributor, also remembered a noticeably more productive past:
“I remember when elections might be called just hours after the polls closed. They KNOW there will be days of counting required to determine the results since technology has advanced, and they can now predict this in advance.”
Politicians from various nations, including those outside the United States, voiced disgust with the way American elections are now being conducted. At what point in North American election history did it start requiring “a few days” to tally votes and choose winners? said Canadian athlete Jeff Hecht.