Anti-Trump Bumper Sticker: Illegal Voters? Fake News. Trump's Lies? Real News.

Illegal Alien Voters? Fake News. Trump’s Lies? Real News.

On November 27 2016, Donald Trump posted the following claim on Twitter:

Donald Trump tweets: I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people voting illegally.

The thing is, there’s absolutely no evidence to support such a claim. The assertion that there were millions of illegal votes in the 2016 election is baseless. It’s unfounded. No, really, unfounded. A crazy internet-based conspiracy theory. Entirely bogus.

These are the words used by journalists today to describe Donald Trump’s claim. There’s one word they haven’t used, a word that they should use:

LIE.

President-Elect Donald Trump lied. President-Elect Donald Trump is a liar. These words need to be said out loud online, and the message itself needs to be spread in real life:

Anti-Trump Bumper Sticker: Illegal Voters? Fake News. Trump's Lies? Real News.