The Republican National Committee on Wednesday promoted a voter fraud hotline on Twitter. But it was soon swamped with replies from people claiming to have reported President Donald Trump for election misconduct.
“I reported a mad man on Twitter that is demanding we stop counting the votes, and is threatening lawsuits if we don’t,” one person replied to the RNC.
Added another: “The call is coming from inside the house.”
Yes, I’d like to report Donald Trump for demanding that poll workers stop counting ballots because he knows he will lose and instead of accepting that, he makes baseless and dangerous allegations.
— Snuffa Luffa Gus (@SnuffaLuffa_) November 5, 2020
I reported a mad man on Twitter that is demanding we stop counting the votes, and is threatening lawsuits if we don’t.
— Jacob L (@DVJakeL) November 5, 2020
The call is coming from inside the house.
— Łîšå Łāńė (@farleftlane) November 6, 2020
— Countess of Ash (@CountessofAsh) November 5, 2020
Kk just reported you guys. Thanks.
— Kara Machowski (@Karamachowski) November 5, 2020
They should check 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
— John Collins 🌊 (@KazePlays_JC) November 5, 2020
I’m just saying. I think a LOT of us saw the current occupant of the WH attempt election fraud today.
I’m sure the GOP would like to get reports.
Like, a LOT of reports.
So. Many. Reports.
You can do it. https://t.co/Hh5eQ53LST
— Sigrid Ellis (@sigridellis) November 6, 2020
Guys please do not fill out this form with names like I.P. Freely or Heywood Jablowmee or Amanda Hugenkiss. Please do not do that. https://t.co/EW2sK6ZfiT
— but what about these beans (@TheNYCBuckeye) November 6, 2020