How to Settle a Presidential Election When the Vote Is Too Close to Call
With a fishing contest in North Dakota in January, of course!
After the first round of election votes were counted, Hillary and Donald were deadlocked. Instead of going through a recount, they agreed to a week-long ice fishing contest to settle the election. Whoever caught the most fish at the end of the week would be the President.
They decided that a remote frozen lake in northern Wisconsin would be the ideal place. No observers on the fishing grounds, but both would need to have their catches verified and counted each night at 5 PM.
After Day 1, Trump returned with a total of 10 fish, Hillary came back with nothing.
Day 2 finished and Trump caught another 20 fish, but Hillary once again came back with nothing. That night, Hillary and her cronies got together and accused Trump of being a "low-life, cheating, SOB."
Instead of fishing on Day 3, they followed and spied on him to figure out how he was cheating.
Day 3 finished up and Trump had an incredible day, adding 50 fish to his total!
That night, Hillary and her democratic cohorts got together for the full report on how Donald was cheating.
Hillary stood up to give her report and said, "You are not going to believe this, he's cutting holes in the ice!"
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