- “Hours before President Donald Trump went on national television Thursday to declare the inherent illegitimacy of ballots received after Nov. 3, local Republican officials recruited volunteers to call Pennsylvania voters and urge them to get their ballots in by Friday—three days after Election Day,” The Daily Beast reported late Thursday evening.
- President Donald Trump is often criticized for psychological projection, where his guilty conscience accuses his opponents of committing his own schemes. Trump has been arguing that there was widespread voter fraud, but without providing any evidence.
- Republicans may have just provided such evidence in a way that backfired spectacularly. Any Trump supporter who sends in their ballots either Thursday or Friday would not have it postmarked within the acceptable deadline—creating the precise situation that the president himself has deemed fraudulent and corrupt,” The Beast explained.
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