One of the only interesting (and entertaining) pieces of the Donald Trump tantrum over losing the election, or the only entertainment other than his legal team, has been watching Trump and his supporters turn on their own party. On Thursday, Trump hinted that Gov. Doug Ducey (R-AZ) and Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA) are somehow involved in the conspiracy to steal the election from him.
At this point, we can add to the list of co-conspirators in the plot to remove Donald Trump from office vote counters, election officials, Dominion voting machines, the Deep State, the entire states of Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan, state legislators, his own Department of Justice, his own Department of Homeland Security, Democrats, Hugo Chavez, and Republican governors in swing states.
It’s easier for Trump’s supporters to believe that than to believe that the majority of Americans were desperate to unseat Donald Trump while in the middle of a pandemic, a recession, and heightened tensions over racial inequality in interactions with police.
Trump is currently 1-41 in legal battles to stop the certification of Joe Biden as America’s 46th president, with his one victory being temporary and changing nothing. No matter how many Twitter tantrums he throws, he’s been voted out of office by 80 million Americans and remains the impeached, one-term president who lost the popular vote twice.
Twitter was clearly frustrated with Trump’s lies about the democratic election they participated in and cast their votes in 2020. Read some of their comments below: