In a stunning revelation, a political historian has expressed disbelief that the Scottish National Party (SNP) did not immediately demand a second vote after Hamza Yousaf won by a 52-48 margin.

The historian, who wished to remain anonymous, stated that he was “staggered” by the SNP’s failure to call for a second vote, given their previous insistence on the importance of democratic processes and the will of the people.

“It’s truly shocking that the SNP didn’t immediately demand a second vote after this narrow victory,” the historian said. “After all, isn’t that what democracy is all about? If the result doesn’t go your way, just demand another vote until you get the outcome you want.”

The SNP, however, has defended their decision not to call for a second vote, stating that the result was a clear indication of the will of the people, and that they fully accept the outcome of the election.

“We are a party that believes in democracy, and we fully accept the result of the election,” a spokesperson for the SNP said. “While we may not have won this time, we will continue to fight for the interests of the Scottish people and work towards a better future for all.”

The incident has sparked widespread ridicule and criticism, with many pointing out the absurdity of the historian’s suggestion that a second vote should have been called for, simply because the margin of victory was narrow.

Despite the backlash, the historian has stood by his remarks, stating that his comments were meant to be tongue-in-cheek and that he never intended to suggest that a second vote should have been called for.

So let this be a lesson to us all: in politics, as in life, it’s important to take things with a grain of salt and not to take ourselves too seriously. After all, we’re all just human beings trying to navigate this crazy world as best we can.