I watched the election returns last night. CNN, Fox News, and Al Jazeera were the stations I kept up on, with a few short breaks tuning in ABC.
Al Jazeera was the most unbiased, since they largely detest Americans of any stripe and didn't have an axe to grind.
Fox ran too many of those segments where they bring in obscure technocrats and ask them what they think. Who cares?
CNN was really interesting. At one point , as it became apparent that this was a good night for Republicans, I honestly thought Wolfe Blitzer was going to cry. CNN is spending all it's time this morning explaining why this is not good news for the Republicans, and why Hispanics and Blacks still hate Republicans, so the Republicans can't be successful long term. That may actually be true. The numbers being bandied about this morning indicate that only 38 percent of the voting public showed up at the polls. "Young" voters, which means the twenty somethings, seem to have just forgotten the election, Fox says only 9% of them voted. Blacks stayed home in large numbers, because their beloved Barack Obama wasn't on the ballot and that seems to be the only thing many of them cared about.
CNN got in a couple of oblique snide remarks about active duty military and veterans, basically saying they were a Republican voting block, and implying that showed their lack of judgement and common sense. CNN has never been friendly to the military or to veterans, so I'm not particularly shocked at that.
I don't know how much voter fraud took place, but you can bet there was a lot of it. As long as the federal government facilitates voter fraud on the part of illegals, and winks at people who vote twice, it will go on.