With votes in the crucial swing state of Pennsylvania still being processed, Democratic nominee Joe Biden's defeat of President Donald Trump in the 2020 election is becoming more and more imminent.
As many of Trump's critics expected, the President and his allies are refusing to accept this reality.
On Thursday evening, the President held a press briefing where he falsely insisted that he actually won Pennsylvania if only the "legal" votes were counted, erroneously suggesting that the millions of mail ballots cast for Biden were somehow illegal.
Meanwhile, the President's eldest son—Donald "Don" Trump Jr.—is urging Trump to go to "total war" over the election results.
He fired the call to violence in a Thursday night tweet.
Referring to United States democracy as a "banana republic," Trump Jr. said "total war" would expose all the alleged fraud. No evidence of widespread fraud has been provided by the Trump campaign nor is there any reason to think this evidence exists.
Twitter flagged the Tweet, warning:
"Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process."
The President's son then whined about the fact check.
People were disturbed by Trump Jr.'s rhetoric and lies.
People called for Twitter to not just fact check Trump Jr., but to ban him from the platform for calling for violence to his six million followers.
Trump Jr. and his father continue to rail against the democratic process on Twitter.