Tucker Carlson calls for ending use of ALL electronic voting machines and return to paper ballots
Fox News reported on the problems:
Officials in Maricopa County, Arizona, say they have found a solution after roughly 20% of their polling sites were experiencing "issues" with tabulation machines just hours after Election Day polls opened.
The county's election department said it had identified the solution for the tabulation issues at about 60 Vote Centers.
"This solution has worked at 17 locations, and technicians deployed throughout the county are working to resolve this issue at the remaining locations," the Maricopa County Elections Department tweeted Tuesday afternoon.
"It appears some of the printers were not producing dark enough timing marks on ballots," the county added.
But that's the whole point, as far as Carlson is concerned: Voting machines continue to be problematic and cause no small amount of concerns about the validity of results, especially now, days later, when Arizona is still counting ballots.
"I feel so sorry for you, Bret, and Martha, because it will probably be a very late night for you and a tense one," Carlson noted Tuesday evening as anchors Bret Baier and Martha McCallum were reporting results.
"And it points up the problem. Look, the country is really closely divided in a lot of places," Carlson told Bair. "Pennsylvania is one. Nevada is another. Arizona. Lots of different places. And so, you're going to have close election results…People have to have confidence that those results are real, that they can trust the mechanics of the election. And what happened today in Maricopa County, where some huge percentage of voting machines, electronic voting machines, according to The Arizona Republic, 30 percent, they claim these are Dominion voting machines, but it almost doesn't matter.