The woman, who was immediately identified, was upset that Barrett was conceding while people were still trying to vote.
Honestly, I don’t know why she was so upset. She conceded when she voted for Barrett. But wait, there’s more to this story:
Voters in Milwaukee Tuesday – before the results were in – said they hoped the state could move past its political differences once the election ended.
“Half the population is mad at the other half and that’s not a good thing,” Paul Sohn, a salesman, said at a polling station south of the city. “We need to get away from that, need to figure it out.”
Ha ha ha!! I was going to write something about sheep and wolves, but the better joke has already written itself.
On the bright side, at least there’s no Ralph Nader or ‘third party’ voters involved for the Democratic faithful to hang the blame upon.