That was the gist of the article. The fact that they call them so early and are rarely wrong. That's why I didn't know what to think. On one hand it seems that they already know who won because it was set up. On the other hand, there are people paid to do that and be good at it. One really interesting thing in it was a Tennessee court hearing of a guy who admittedly made a computer program to rig electronic voting machines. He swore under oath that he did it and it would switch votes to make at least a 51%-49% win for whoever you wanted to win. It was an interesting video. Makes you think and question. And when we stop questioning, we are controlled.