Mitt Romney’s campaign got its first hint something was wrong on the afternoon of Election Day, when state campaign workers on the ground began reporting huge turnout in areas favorable to President Obama: northeastern Ohio, northern…
And this is what happens when you deny reality.
The race was NEVER a statistical tie. Obama’s chances of winning this election were never below 50% going all the way back to May.
Even after the first debate, his chances were still sitting at 61%, and this data was according to polls.
Instead of seeing that there was a problem, the right stuck to their tried and true method of “deny deny DENY”.
They said the polls were biased, they said the media was biased, someone made a website just for them that was supposedly ”unskewed” and showed their party winning in the polls.
They smeared Nate Silver, they cried and screamed all the way up until the election was called.
They have been more concerned with feeling good about themselves than reality, and this is exactly what happens when you isolate yourself from the real world.