On Saturday evening in Sarasota, Florida, failed, one-term loser former President Donald Trump held the latest of his pathetic “look at me!” rallies, going on for over an hour about how badly he’d been treated, how the indictment against the Trump Organization is a “witch hunt,” and telling the crowd he’s seriously considering another run for the White House in 2024.
Trump’s fading popularity and increasing irrelevance has even led to Fox News no longer covering his speeches and rallies, because all he does is lay out a list of grievances and whine about how everyone is against him.
Hoping to get her boss some extra PR, Trump’s latest spokesperson, Liz Harrington, tweeted a link to an article from AL.com about Donald’s Saturday night rant.
Problem is, the article she linked to clearly states that Trump’s claims of the election being stolen from him are “lies.”
Oh shit! That’s awkward as hell!
Specifically, the article contains this paragraph:
“Without evidence, Trump continued to peddle lies about the 2020 presidential election, calling it a ‘totally rigged and dishonest election.’ There has been no evidence of widespread voter fraud that would have affected the outcome of the election.”
That set off waves of laughter on social media:
Ms. Harrington might want to go ahead and start updating her résumé.