Despite all his complaining about the “rigged” 2020 presidential election, Donald Trump knows that he lost. He does not and has never believed that court cases and conspiracy theories would reinstall him into the White House for a second term. What Trump also knows is that his supporters are gullible enough to buy any lie he throws at them, since they’ve been so loyal in believing his nonsense so far.
This is the dumbest shit I’ve ever seen. Truly. He lost. This is fucking stupid. All of it… pic.twitter.com/A0yNbHTwBQ
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) December 6, 2020
On Saturday night, Trump held a “Victory Rally” in a state that he lost in a not-at-all-close race, Georgia. The rally was intended to be a campaign event for the two Republican senators running in special elections in January, Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Sen. David Perdue. Instead, Trump talked mostly about how the election was stolen, how he got more votes than any incumbent president in history (this is true, but he also lost by the biggest margin of any incumbent president in history), and how Democrats have done him wrong.
He doesn’t actually believe he won. He doesn’t believe that massive voter fraud happened. So why does he continue the ruse?
With this fundraising email coming from "DEFEND GEORGIA," the Trump campaign seems, for the first time, to acknowledge that Trump lost the election (The money still goes to the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, of course) pic.twitter.com/dZIlJGE6bg
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) December 3, 2020
Donald Trump is motivated by only one thing: money. His supporters have donations pouring in, most of which goes to pay campaign debt or just to pay the people raking in the cash, thinking that their money is helping win Trump an election that’s already over. Trump doesn’t want to be president. He wants to be rich.
Twitter expressed their frustration with Trump’s endless lies and undermining of democracy. Read some of their comments below: