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Trump’s conspiracy theory about Georgia is even wilder than we thought

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Patrick Semansky / AP / Shutterstock (11539812b) President Donald Trump walks the south lawn of the White House in Washington before boarding Marine One. Trump is on his way to the Army-Navy game at the US Military Academy in West Point, New York. Trump, Washington, USA – December 12, 2020 Amid record-breaking coronavirus case numbers, a suicide bomb on Christmas Day and Hilaria Baldwin Long Con President Donald Trump spends his few remaining weeks at the White House tweeting about Georgia officials there who are not enough for him love, and their imaginary brothers. Late on Tuesday night, Trump had a number of criticisms of the state’s Republican officials, including Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, for failing to investigate the completely unfounded allegations of election fraud. “I love the Great State of Georgia, but the people who run it, from Governor @BrianKempGA to Secretary of State, are an utter disaster and have no idea or worse,” Trump tweeted. “Nobody can be that stupid. Just allow us to find the crime and turn the state republican. “But troubleshooting wasn’t just aimed at them. Trump was not very happy with Raffensperger’s brother and said in a second tweet: “Now it turns out that Brad R’s brother works for China and they definitely don’t want ‘Trump’. So disgusting! “A small, quick, super small problem: Raffensperger has no brother. … The approval decree signed by the” secretary “with the approval of Kemp is perhaps even worse negotiated than the agreement that John Kerry made with Iran It turns out that Brad R’s brother works for China and they definitely don’t want “Trump.” So disgusting! # MAGA – Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) Dec 30, 2020 While Twitter tried to refute Trump’s claims, the reason behind Trump’s claims could be immense Lie be the best part. Yes, there is one Ron Raffensperger, the chief technical officer of a subsidiary of Huawei, a technology conglomerate in China. But while the two men share a surname, that’s as far as the connection goes. It’s only one Coincidence. Where did Trump get this idea from? Surely he’s not searching LinkedIn for possible relatives of people he doesn’t like because of his flawed plans ot supported. In the past few days, a conspiracy theory has started circulating on Twitter allegedly challenging the Georgian Foreign Minister to support China’s interference in the 2020 presidential election – all linked by this imaginary brother. In particular, the memes and posts suggest that China’s interference is related to the Dominion voting systems that Trump has spent so much time undermining. The conspiracy claims that Dominion is somehow owned by China when it is actually a privately owned American company. And no, for all the other conspiracy theories about Dominion you’d believe, the company isn’t owned by the Biden family either. The theory comes from a website called Gateway Pundit, but the link itself is broken. Even so, people share it and aggregate it on other far-right websites known for spreading misinformation. Last night, the conspiracy hit conservative newsmax media when political commentator Dick Morris pronounced it the truth. This, of course, is a far cry from the first factually imprecise theory Trump shared last month. First and foremost, he still firmly believes that he won the election. He also said the current natural rate of immunity to COVID-19 is as effective as any vaccine. (It isn’t.) He also claims that Michigan voting machines have a 68 percent error rate. (They don’t.) This conspiracy theory doesn’t hold up at every turn. Dominion does not belong to China, it has no connection to Huawei, these two Raffensperger are not even related. What we do know is that Trump lost in Georgia and he lost the election. And we don’t have to make up an imaginary brother to know that. Do you like what you see? How about a little more R29 grade, right here? Does Trump think he won a Nobel Peace Prize? Which Trump signing the COVID Aid Act means Trump’s Twitter password is really easy to guess

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