I feel like Trump got a ton of people living in the world of conspiracy theories and "alternative facts" and then got surprised when this didn't hold up to a real world test of a national election. Reality was the wall that alternative facts couldn't bust through.
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I'm going to kill the fun and just say that this is a (bad?) joke. Honestly I found it pretty funny, and would have been better if they didn't literally play a Fox News segment in church beforehand to make it make sense.
Anyways, here's the video, it's all in the first five minutes.
President denounces Twitter by tweeting and upholds personal tradition of not citing evidence. Followers believe him as always.
God, the world really has become an onion article.
@eoten: you remember the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, right? The one that joined the Proud Boys, the KKK, neo nazis, etc, right? The one where they murdered a protestor with a van? I know that you remember it.
You can read about it here. It also talks about Kyle Chapman physically assaulting a person, as well as several other violent incidents that involved the Proud Boys getting arrested.
So Biden now has over than 6 million votes more than Trump in the popular vote. I know that the popular vote isn't the one that technically counts, but, I mean, damn!
@horgen: yeah, it definitely could. Like Matt said, without a speedy vaccine (I see no change of heart from anti-maskers unfortunately), we will definitely have more deaths from covid than ww2. We've already had more than half the deaths yoy mentioned since this really got going in March, which is less than a year's time.
@mattbbpl: yeah. We're almost sort of lucky that Trump has proven to be so incompetent at stealing elections.
@eoten: because most of the last four years people spent their time saying, "Trump wouldn't do that" and often times followed up with, "It’s just a joke, don't worry," only to be shocked, or to cheer Trump on, when he actually does it.
People should take this possibility seriously.