she believes in a more diverse, honest political system that is less ruled by corporate money and more geared towards addressing real issues--climate change among them. Her goals are admirable.
And now she has done a pretty admirable thing--the Green Party has raised $2.5 million to request a recount in Wisconsin, and will also try to raise money for recounts in Michigan and Pennsylvania.
There's reason to be skeptical that this will make a difference, but this election year has been so absurd and weird that I honestly think that if serious questions about the accuracy of our vote totals are raised, why not have a recount? (Note that, re: the McCrory story below, I still consider a recount a fine thing--I just question his claims against the backdrop of voter suppression he'd already been involved with.)
I believe that, after Mr. Trump so vehemently argued that the voting was rigged against him, he would understand that many liberals have come around to seeing at least one thing his way. Maybe there is a little uncertainty. Maybe we should find out what the heck is going on. After all, if he truly has won, a recount could hardly hurt him, right?