Donald Trump is futilely trying to cling to the slippery exit pole of his presidency. He still refuses to cede the presidency even as he goes around the White House and the West Wing setting up timer bombs. He really does not want the job. Certainly, he has not been on duty since November 3. It is like a paid vacation where he can direct his energies to finding the right con to retain him in the Oval Office.
In his morning tweet, Trump said that “states want to redo their votes.” What does that even mean? Are the states going to change the plain background on their ballots to a nice paisley? Perhaps, he is talking about the feel of the ballots, going for a glossy finish?
Then, POTUS tells his confused followers to “BE STRONG:”
‘The States want to redo their votes. They found out they voted on a FRAUD. Legislatures never approved. Let them do it. BE STRONG!’
It is a little late to be considering “Voter I.D.,” is it not? Wait a minute, is this tweet a hint of where the president will go after he leaves office? Mexico? He would be wise to go to a country without extradition like Russia or Saudi Arabia. We know he likes both countrys’ leaders, but he might not understand that they would treat him without all the fanfare. No, they would just treat him as some crazy old man:
‘Even Mexico uses Voter I.D.’
Then, POTUS called the Democrats “scoundrels,” and claimed Senator David Perdue (R-GA) “just didn’t want to announce quite yet.” The score at this moment is Jon Ossoff (D) 50.2 percent to Perdue’s 49.8. Ossoff is ahead by a slim margin, and he needs more votes to avoid the half-point requirement to avoid a ballot recount. Fortunately, Democrats ballots are still coming in for him:
‘These scoundrels are only toying with the @sendavidperdue (a great guy) vote. Just didn’t want to announce quite yet. They’ve got as many ballots as are necessary. Rigged Election!’
Twitter world lit up after Trump’s latest questionable tweets. These are some of our favorites below:
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) January 6, 2021
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