Donald Trump has just gone from calling the election rigged to calling upon his supporters to rig it for him.
Over the last few months, the Republican nominee has been ginning up his deplorable supporters into a frenzy by accusing the media and Hillary Clinton of rigging the election against him.
Up to now, Trump had only gone as far as calling upon his supporters to show up at the polls to intimidate voters and challenge people who they suspect of committing voter fraud, a crime that is exceedingly rare in this country according to every major study of the topic.
But during a rally in Colorado on Sunday evening Donald Trump took the unprecedented step of telling his voters to commit voter fraud on his behalf.
Trump openly questioned mail-in ballots and claimed that those ballots aren’t being properly counted.
“Who has sent their ballots in?” Trump asked his audience before once again bringing up the notion that the election is being rigged. “And do you think those ballots are properly counted?” he asked.
Of course, the crowd yelled “No!” which confirms that they are truly insane.
That’s when Trump pitched the suggestion that they all go ahead and mail-in new ballots, which means they would be knowingly committing voter fraud by voting two times.
He even told them how to do it.
“If you go to university center, they’ll give you a new ballot, they’ll void your old ballot, in some places they do that four or five times, so by tomorrow, almost everyone will have their new ballots in.”
Here’s the video via YouTube.
This is the exact kind of thing Republicans constantly claim that Democratic voters do, even though such an accusation has zero basis in fact. And now Trump is literally calling on his voters to actually do it, which would make them hypocrites and criminals.
And the bad thing is that they will probably actually listen to him because Trump supporters are already getting arrested for voting twice in this election.
And there is still over one week to go before all this madness ends, folks.
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