Trump Back to Tweeting Idiocy

Trump Back to Tweeting Idiocy

In case you hadn’t noticed, I’m taking my annual post-election/holiday hiatus.  It’s been a relaxing time even as uncertainty mounts as to what will happen in January when perhaps the most unstable man to ever be elected President takes the Oath of Office.

The latest from Trump is that he actually would have won not only the Electoral College (recounts pending) but also the popular vote if all the people who illegally voted were subtracted.  I’m not making it up.  Here’s the Tweet.

According to The Hill, Trump’s claim echos  a report by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones that three million undocumented people voted in the election.  Fact checkers were quick to point out that this claim is unproven.

The Boston Globe reported that there is nothing to back up Trump’s later tweets about “serious voter fraud” in New Hampshire, Virginia or California nor did he offer anything in the way of proof.

Sounds like Trump’s a little nervous about something to me.  I think Trump’s mad he didn’t win the popular vote.  Hillary Clinton’s lead continues to grow.  A later tweet said he would have won the “so-called popular vote” had he really tried instead of trying to win the Electoral Vote.
Source: Indy Democrat Blog

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