To the editor: I think Americans need to do a little more with their grey matter and a little less with their emotions. So, I have developed questions on several topics that all Americans, all along the political spectrum, can use their own brains to answer for themselves and to surmise how other Americans compatriots would answer.
I saw very long lines at my polling place on Election Day. I saw the TV networks call several states’ political tallies in a deceptive manner on election night. I saw credible scientific plots (scatter diagrams) that described what happened in the days afterward. I also saw, on TV, that vote-counting observers were turned away. Others saw the same things. Seeing is believing. Why then are we being told not to believe our eyes?