|Apples who won the popular vote and |
oranges who may have colluded with Russia.
It was funny then because Trump had inarguably lost all three of the debates, was way behind in the polls and besides, America's wouldn't be that...I was going to say stupid, but now that just sounds mean. Um, un-smart?
|Fun fact: they're neither silent nor a majority.|
|Russia? They're like famous|
for free and fair elections, right?
Trump, for his part, is insisting that this is all ridiculous and immediately turned the tables with his usual unassailable logic. On Twitter. Because of course, Twitter.
|Hey, remember when he also said that he totally wins the popular vote|
when you deduct the 'illegal votes' he baselessly asserted exist? Yeah...
|That wild accusation brought to you by|
the be-moustached face-hole of a guy
who might Trump's Secretary of State.
|Details like, is our next President the|
puppet of an ex-KGB Russian strongman?
|Senators McCain and Graham, seen here|
just seconds from a passionate kiss, agree
that this is too important for partisanship.
|Pictured: Mitch McConnell, looking|
as shocked as we are that we're
all on the same page about this.
Yes, Mitch McConnell, a guy so partisan he dug in and refused to even talk about Obama picking Anointing Scalia's replacement insisting that the next President should do it...how'd that work out Mitch?
Anyway, I guess the important thing to remember here is that if you're kind of freaking out that the election was compromised at best, or an outright fraud carried out by some covert Russian intelligence agency job at worst, you're not alone and you're not just being paranoid.