Trump Threatens Democratic Voters As Early Voting Totals Surge Nationwide

With the midterm election now just two weeks away, President Donald Trump and Republicans are worried by what they see: Anger among voters, historically high early voting numbers, and polls showing that Democrats are on the verge of taking control of Congress.

But rather than offer policy proposals or change the tenor of the debate, Trump decided he’d threaten voters on Saturday.

Even though there have been no reports of voting irregularities or other illegal behavior by those casting ballots, the president posted this on Twitter Saturday evening:

Trump’s tweet cited no evidence of any wrongdoing and his tweet seems to have been blatant voter intimidation.

In the past, Trump has claimed that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 election, alleging that’s why he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by nearly 3 million ballots:

The blatant hypocrisy and stunning irony of Trump’s tweet wasn’t lost on social media, and he was immediately reminded of how Republicans have long tried to keep people from voting in the United States:

Trump sounds scared, and he should be. People are sick and tired of his crap and ready to send a message to him and his GOP enablers. Time for all of us to make sure that message resounds across the nation and deep into the heart of Washington, D.C. VOTE!

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