Trump’s Delusions Are Just As Strong As Ever, Declared, “The Truth Is, I Ran Twice, I Won Twice, And I Did Much Better The Second Time,” Social Media Reminded Him Of The Real Truth

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It’s been more than a year since Donald Trump was officially booted out of the United States White House after he brutally lost the 2020 presidential election to his Democratic opponent, former Obama Vice President Joe Biden. Before all of the votes were even counted, or the race was even officially called in Biden’s favor, Trump was already screaming “fraud” and “cheating” from the rooftops, at the top of his lungs.

Following the official call that Biden had, in fact, won the 2020 election, Trump and his circle immediately dug in their heels with every lawsuit, investigation, and ridiculous recount they could muster up. Every single one of them determined the same exact thing — there was no widespread voter fraud in this country, and Joseph Biden was the clear and fair winner of the 2020 presidential election. Plain and simple. No questions asked.

Now, any normal, sane individual would have left it alone after that. After so many brutal, embarrassing lawsuit and investigation losses. After literally, physically being evicted from the White House. After losing the support of so many of his formerly most devout followers. You would think that at some point, enough would be enough, and even if you still continued to believe the notion of fraud in your own personal opinion, you would at least stop making an ass out of yourself about it in the public’s eye.

But nevertheless, here we are.

Nearly a year and a half after Trump officially lost the election and left the White House, the disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached former president is still carrying on with his unhinged Big Lie delusion as hard and steadfast as he ever was.

The former guy proved as much during his recent Commerce, Georgia rally, where he made this declaration:

The truth is, I ran twice, I won twice, and I did much better the second time. And now, we just may have to do it again!”

“The truth is, I ran twice, I won twice, and I did much better the second time. And now, we just may have to do it again!”

— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) March 27, 2022

No, sir. The truth is you ran twice, and you lost. Period. Full stop. Plain and simple. No questions asked.

Social media reminded him of such:

This is beyond ego at this point. The man belongs in a mental institution.

Featured image via Flickr/Gage Skidmore, under Creative Commons license 2.0

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