What Tuesday’s voting boils down to at this point is that the Democrats will regain control of the House, and the Republicans will hold the Senate, perhaps gaining some seats. Overall, the full “blue wave” the Dems were hoping for hasn’t materialized, and some are already searching for ways to delegitimize the Senate vote. With that comes the “Senate popular vote” talking point:

Ezra Klein made the “House popular vote” hypothetical on Monday, and that approach is even more ridiculous when applied to the U.S. Senate:

And it’ll be around for quite some time, no matter how ridiculous.

And yet they don’t seem to care.