Trump confirmed his contempt for almost all of voters who rejected him on the polls by calling America a 3rd world nation.
Trump calls America a 3rd world nation as a result of he misplaced the election, and claims that “big things will be happening over the next couple of days,” which is Trump converse for I’ve obtained nothing. pic.twitter.com/ZsfORoiGjo
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) December 7, 2020
Trump stated, “The case has been made if you look at the polls. It was a rigged election. It’s a disgrace to our country. It’s like a third world country. These ball lots pouring in from everywhere, using machinery that nobody knows ownership or anything about. They have glitches as they call them. Glitches. Glitches aren’t glitches. They got caught sending out thousands of votes. All against me, by the way. Now, this was from a third world nation. I think the case has been made and now we find out what we can do about it. You’ll see a lot of big things happening the next couple days.”
Trump seemed to be referencing his unfounded hope that the Supreme Court will step in and overturn the election, however tomorrow is the protected harbor day deadline for election outcomes. All authorized challenges should be resolved earlier than tomorrow, so it doesn’t matter what Trump does after as we speak, the election is over.
Donald Trump is throwing a tantrum and clinging to his conspiracy theories till the bitter finish. The President can be displaying his contempt for democracy and the free and truthful election course of that soundly rejected him.
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