Trump Tweets “STOP THE COUNT”, for Thursday’s Open Thread

Trump Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

It’s Thursday aka Post-Post Election Hangover Day.

For Post-Post Election Hangover Day, President Election Interference has tweeted 6, 7 times and retweeted 1 time so far.

9:12 p.m. D.C., time.

1. Tells voters their votes don’t need counted.

What she said: What’s the rush???
The Chyron: Trump campaign files lawsuits in PA, MI, and GA.
Her boss yesterday:

8:25 a.m. D.C., time.

From Yesterday:

10:09 a.m. D.C., time.

2. Tells voters their votes “WILL NOT BE COUNTED”.

Twitter has already disabled and labeled the tweet.

Daniel Dale isn’t wrong, Twitter is not effing around with the nonsense being spewed by the sitting President.

At 10:06 a.m. D.C., time, three minutes prior to President Election Interference’s tweet this started:

10:37 a.m. D.C., time.

3. Continues the theme that all votes shouldn’t count.

I’m not reading that article today, on it’s face, it’s a stupid take. Mail-in voting is not illegal, we can’t and have never, tossed out a segment of votes in order to make the case, the loser or apparent loser of any election, would have won, if only, we didn’t count all legit votes. That’s pathetic, that’s unAmerican. All votes that are legally cast must be counted, that is the American way.

10:38 a.m. D.C., time.

4. Shares another Breitbart article.

Economists had expected 7450,000 [this number is just a typo, I’m not mocking them for it, typos happen] initial claims. The prior week’s claims, initially reported at 751,000, was revised up to 758,000.

The 4-week moving average fell to 787,000, a decrease of 4,000 from the previous week’s revised average. Many economists think this is a better measure of the labor market than the weekly number, which can be volatile.

Despite the decline, jobless claims—which are a proxy for layoffs—remain at extremely high levels. Prior to the pandemic, the highest level of claims was 695,000 hit in October of 1982. In March of 2009, jobless claims peaked at 665,000.

The highest insured unemployment rates in the week ending October 17 were in Hawaii, the Virgin Islands, California, and Nevada. For the country overall, the insured unemployment rate fell to 5.0. This is different from the unemployment rate the government will report on Friday because it counts only jobless claims covered by unemployment insurance, while the broader unemployment rate includes all looking for a job but out of work.
The largest increases in initial claims for the week ending October 24 were in Illinois and Michigan.

Breitbart. 11/05/2020.

11:07 a.m. D.C., time.

5. Brags about a win in court.

I have Googled, I have searched through Lawyering Twitter, and found nothing big coming out of Pennsylvania. So, with a little help from my friends in the OWL, I’m going with he means this:

11:22 a.m. D.C., time.

6. Dictator’s gonna make sure voters that supported Biden’s votes don’t count. Twitter has labeled this tweet and disabled the ability to share it.

States called for Biden via the New York Times election map.

Washington.
Oregon.
California.
Colorado.
New Mexico.
Minnesota.
Illinois.
Virginia.
Maryland.
Delaware.
New Jersey.
Rhode Island.
Connecticut.
Massachusetts.
New Hampshire.
Vermont.
Maine.
New York.
Hawaii.
Wisconsin.
Michigan.
Arizona (by Fox News and the AP.)

While the popular vote does not decided the winner this is where things currently stand; currently Biden stands at 72,282,731 votes (50.4%) with 253 EC’s (264 if you include AZ). Asshole With his Phone stands at 68,526,054 votes (47.8%) with 214 EC’s.

He’s back to shout at us.

Update:

12:21 p.m. D.C., time.

7. All caps.

In order to stop any voter fraud, the votes must be processed, and counted, those questionable are set aside, to be investigated, they are not counted.

This is just more proof, that he’s unfit for office, more evidence, that he is not stable.

And to be clear, crystal clear, there has been no evidence of widespread or otherwise fraud, not even the Trump campaign is producing evidence of fraud.


This post might be updated.

This is an Open Thread.

As always Thursday is going to be a long week.

About the opinions in this article…

Any opinions expressed in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of this website or of the other authors/contributors who write for it.

About Tiff 1476 Articles
Member of the Free Press who is politically homeless and a political junkie.