Even as Congress convenes to count and certify the Electoral College votes in favor of Joe Biden’s win in the presidential election, Donald Trump is still out in public spewing his unhinged, baseless, dangerous, and ridiculous conspiracy theories and lies.
During a speaking event this afternoon, undoubtedly something he scheduled to help take his mind off the fact that he’s about to have his ass officially handed to him, Trump did what he always does and pushed his conspiracy theories, hit the crowd with some of his presidency’s greatest hits, and once again called on his Vice President Mike Pence to somehow get him out of this mess — something Pence has since confirmed he will not be doing.
During his speech that he held right across the street from the White House, Trump bashed the “corrupt media” and claimed that he had a much better relationship with them about a decade ago.
“But we don’t have that anymore. We don’t have a fair media anymore. It’s suppression and you have to be very careful with that, they have lost all credibility in this country,” he complained. “We will not be intimidated into accepting the hoaxes and the lies that we’ve been forced to believe over the past several weeks, we’ve amassed overwhelming evidence about a fake election — this is the presidential election.”
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Trump then went on to refer to Georgia Republican Brian Kemp, who he’s had quite a bit of beef with here lately, as “one of the dumbest governors in the United States.” He declared that he “had to beat Oprah” to get Kemp elected and went on to complain that Oprah doesn’t call him as much anymore.
He then went on to finally reach the depths of his immaturity when he publicly doubted that Kemp actually played football, saying that the GOP governor “weighs 130 pounds.”
It was then that C-SPAN 2 had heard enough and cut off his manic dribble in real-time.
You can watch the clip here:
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