Trump & Kemp Go Back & Forth In Saturday Twitter Fight

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President Donald Trump lives in a world of cultish delusion. As President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration approaches, Trump is continuing to claim that widespread fraud plagued the recent presidential election, and there’s still absolutely no meaningfully conclusive evidence whatsoever for this claim. Amidst his quest to prove otherwise, Trump singled out Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp for criticism on Twitter on Saturday. Addressing his comments to Kemp directly, Trump claimed that Georgia “never got the signature verification” — which just isn’t true. An initial round of comprehensive signature verification for every single mail-in ballot in Georgia has been completed. Meaningful re-checks are physically impossible because election workers separated envelopes (with signatures) and ballots after the initial verifications, although Kemp has said that he supports re-examining the signatures on the envelopes anyway.

Replying directly to a post in which Kemp noted that he supports re-examining envelopes, Trump said as follows:

‘But you never got the signature verification! Your people are refusing to do what you ask. What are they hiding? At least immediately ask for a Special Session of the Legislature. That you can easily, and immediately, do. #Transparency’

Trump’s ignorance is just stunning. He’s ignorantly insinuating some kind of wide-ranging conspiracy that simply does not exist. Rudy Giuliani, a top Trump ally, has repeatedly insisted that a centrally planned Democratic conspiracy to commit election fraud unfolded during the recent presidential election — but he might as well be claiming that aliens made of intergalactic cheese have taken over Montana and are coming for the rest of the country next. There’s just no meaningful evidence. It’s not there.

In a follow-up to his above-cited angry rant against Kemp, Trump insisted that if Kemp and Arizona’s Republican Governor Doug Ducey were “with” the Trump campaign, then the president would have “already won” both states. Trump claimed that he “received more LEGAL votes by far,” which is just not true. He is asserting otherwise on the basis of his self-obsessed conjecture, which he’s treating as fact and trumpeting out to his followers. In reality, none of his allies have come anywhere remotely close to overturning the election outcome in any state. They’re a goon squad of failures. The Department of Homeland Security, local election officials around the country, and Attorney General Bill Barr have all confirmed that there’s no hard evidence of election outcome-altering fraud.

Check out Twitter’s response below:

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