If this past election bears a lesson for us at all, it must certainly be that we should al be very careful about trusting "the experts". Very few people were even close to understanding this election and the issues facing voters. There are reasons people who are supposed to be so right get it so wrong.
Now "the experts" are telling us how the majority of American have long favored getting rid of the Electoral College. Can we talk here? Do any of these experts take the time to first find out if the people they are polling know the first thing about the Electoral College?
This is a big subject. It flows from our shared history and takes lots of time to read, study and explore. When "experts" liken the Electoral College to a buggy whip or some irrelevant, outdated piece of junk, they are not telling the truth. When people rail against what they have never studied therefore cannot understand they may as well be making a case against Big Foot or the Loch Ness Monster.
Every time the Progressive/Left does not get their way in a national election they pitch a fit against the rules. The tantrums against the Electoral College are now, once again, in full swing.The grown ups in the room need to beware. Had the Prog/Left won the election in their projected Electoral College landslide - they would have been boasting of their amazing victory and stating "We won with 320 votes by 8:30 pm!" They can claim no such victory - so now the rules are unfair.