TUCKER CARLSON (GUEST): The country is really closely divided in a lot of places -- Pennsylvania's one, Nevada's 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% -- They claim these are Dominion voting machines but it almost doesn't matter. Electronic voting machines didn't allow people to vote apparently. Whatever you think of it, the cause of it, it shakes people's faith in the system. That is an actual threat to democracy and it points up the core problem which is we're not really very serious about democracy if we're using electronic voting machines.