Trump’s Tweet From 2012 Comes Back To Bite Him

In the midst of the presidential election, a post which Donald Trump tweeted back in 2012 has re-resurfaced.

The election appears to be one of the most chaotic.

Tension is evident amongst the largest turnout of voters while they await the outcome of the election.

Days into the election…

Results appear close as the race begins to near the end.

Throughout history, Joe Biden seems to have receive more votes in comparison to previous elections.

Prior to this election, Barack Obama has held the highest number of votes.

However, once Trump announced a false win things heated up.

Donald Trump decided to announce he would win the election which was regarded as nonsense by Biden’s campaign and other Republicans.

Biden’s campaign made their own remarks in relation to Trump’s claim.

The president’s statement tonight about trying to shut down the counting of duly cast ballots was outrageous, unprecedented, and incorrect,” announced campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon.

It was outrageous because it is a naked effort to take away the democratic rights of American citizens.”

He continued…

It was unprecedented because never before in our history has a president of the United States sought to strip Americans of their voice in a national election. Having encouraged Republican efforts in multiple states to prevent the legal counting of these ballots before Election Day, now Donald Trump is saying these ballots can’t be counted after Election Day either.

And it was incorrect because it will not happen. The counting will not stop. It will continue until every duly cast vote is counted. Because that is what our laws — the laws that protect every Americans’ constitutional right to vote — require.

We repeat what the Vice President said tonight: Donald Trump does not decide the outcome of this election. Joe Biden does not decide the outcome of this election. The American people decide the outcome of this election. And the democratic process must and will continue until its conclusion.

Trump demanded the voting counts to cease while he claimed the electoral system was fraudulent.

After much analysis Stephen Collinson from the White House concludes: “Trump’s remarks essentially amounted to a demand for the legally cast votes of American citizens not to be recorded in a historic act of disenfranchisement.”

Collinson continues to say “They brought closer the potential constitutional nightmare that many have feared since Trump started to tarnish an election that he apparently worried he could lose months ago.”

It was revealed that the Trump campaign will be demanding a recount in Wisconsin.

Bill Stepien, campaign manager released this statement: “There have been reports of irregularities in several Wisconsin counties which raise serious doubts about the validity of the results. The president is well within the threshold to request a recount and we will immediately do so.”

More importantly there has not been any hard evidence of voter fraud.

There are still a number of states waiting for vote counts to be confirmed

Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania have not concluded their final tally of votes.

In response to Trump’s comments, protestors have also began publicly demanding votes to stop.

In Detroit, a number of pro-Trump protestors shout “stop the vote.”

Aviation authorities are concerned for Biden and have designated his location as “national defense airspace”

A potential Biden victory means his house in Wilmington, Delaware, has restricted flight access.

Trump continues to update his Twitter account with messages in relation to his previous speech.

In another tweet Trump also insinuates the Democrats attempt to “steal” the election.

Twitter have decided to restrict his tweets as a result of the commotion they are causing.

His tweets are now labelled “Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process.”

Trumps thoughts on mail-in-ballots is straight up.

He has certainly raised suspicion.

Trumps tweets are causing quiet a stir indeed.

Take the following tweet regarding 60 Minutes interview as an example.

However it appears a tweet from 8 years ago is causing some issues for Trump.

A tweet posted by the president back in 2012 has resurfaced.

The tweet didn’t really fade over time.

As a result people mock the president on Twitter.

His tweet was shared in November 2012, while Obama sought a second term.

Once it was challenged by Mitt Romney, Trump had an input.

Eight years later his tweet gets the same reaction.

People began to consider him a “hypocrite.”

Have a look at his tweet, see what you think.

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