Trump Announces Voter Fraud Before It Occurred

Funny story written by K.C. Bell

Monday, 28 September 2020

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Seen speeding away...

Did Donald Trump tell a lie? Is the Pope Catholic? Is the Queen of England British? Does morning follow sunrise? Or…

Editor’s note: Okay. We get the point. What did he say this time?

Journalists throughout the world, particularly those at Spoof News, have noticed that at his last press conference, Donald Trump dismissed mail-in voting, using an example of several Trump ballots having been thrown away at a Pennsylvania voting precinct.

Investigative journalists questioned the validity of Trump’s accusation. (Lord knows, he’s always shooting off at the mouth.)

Editor’s note: Caution, Spoof News can’t afford to be sued.

Lord knows, Trump has a tendency to exaggerate. So journalists in Pennsylvania went to checked in at the voting precinct. A red Ferrari was seen speeding away just as they drove into the precinct parking lot.

“Wasn’t that Attorney General William Barr just driving off?”

No one at the voting precinct would reply. But someone held up seven ballot envelops, five of which were already opened, cast for Donald Trump, and accidentally thrown into a waste paper basket.

So, it did indeed happen!

Trump ballots were thrown away. Discovered that very morning. And Donald Trump mentioned it a hour later at a press conference. Suspicious?

Editor’s note: Watch it.

No way did Trump announce his ballots were being dumped in a waste paper basket before the dumping actually happened.

But the seven ballots smelled like Ferrari fuel.

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