8 Most Scathing Takedowns of Trump's False and Whiny Voter Fraud Tweets
Who needs state-run media when you have Twitter? Our manipulator-in-chief, who lost the popular vote by two million, took to his favorite medium Sunday to denounce the election recount efforts led by the Green Party. Fortunately, until he becomes America's Kim Jong-Un, Americans are fighting back. While you're reeling from the panic attacks from the implications of a president-elect who won't attend security briefings yet always makes time for Twitter, check out some eviscerating reactions from Twitter.
1. Vox's Matt Yglesias
2. The New Yorker's Jelani Cobb
3. Anil Dash, activist, entrepreneur, tech expert
Can somebody at @FTC crack down on @realDonaldTrump using his social media accounts to promote his interests without disclosing they're ads?— anildash (@anildash) 1480296978
4. Wajahat Ali, Affinis Labs and Huffington Post
So Trump just said 2 million people voted illegally. Shouldn't that trigger an audit of the vote by itself?— Wajahat Ali (@Wajahat Ali) 1480280950
5. Angela Rye, NPR political commentator and CEO of Impact Strategies
Dear @Jack: I have a hypothetical question I'm #askingforaFRIEND is it possible to shutdown the account of a PEOTUS for too many lies? 👀— a. rye (@a. rye) 1480294931
6. Mark Harris, journalist and author
Clinton: 64.7 million Trump: 62.4 million* *Caution: Numbers are factual and have not been adjusted to accommodate narcissistic delusion.— Mark Harris (@Mark Harris) 1480348985
While CBS was ready to normalize, a few other news organizatons fought back:
7. People finally got it:
President-elect Donald Trump falsely claims in bizarre tweets that "millions" voted illegally for Clinton: https://t.co/MtJjIWtdSi— People (@People) 1480284892
"With No Evidence, Trump Claims 'Millions' Voted Illegally"