It’s Election Night 2020, and before I start channel hopping, I text my adult children to make sure they have enough for food for a couple of days, in case this country winds up in flames. The fortification around the White House, the boarding up of the Empire State Building and lesser-known buildings throughout the country is like nothing we’ve seen before. For 2020, that’s fitting, as nothing is as it was. But television, that glowing box of comfort, remains to chronicle history in real time.
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