Trump Calls the Last 4 Years 'Like Living in Hell' in Rambling Video and Everyone Had the Same Response
Despite dozens of frivolous lawsuits and a constant stream of lies about widespread voter fraud, President Donald Trump's efforts to undo the results of the 2020 election—which he lost to President-elect Joe Biden—are coming up short.
The Trump campaign has lost in court 39 of 40 times so far and even Trump's own Attorney General, William Barr, told the Associated Press that the Justice Department had found no evidence of fraud on a large enough scale to undo Biden's victory.
As the Trump campaign legal team continues to hold mock hearings on voter fraud in a number of swing states, the President posted a rambling 45 minute video where he continued to lie that the 2020 election was illegitimate due to voter fraud.
Watch the full video below.
Trump, once again, targeted the 100+ year old institution of voting by mail, saying:
"The mail-in voting scam is the latest part of their four year effort to overturn the results of the 2016 election, and it's been like living in hell. Our opponents have proven many times again and again, that they will say, and do anything to get back into power."
Trump compared his four years in office to "living in hell."
In rambling video posted on Facebook and YouTube, Trump says the last four years have been like "living in hell."
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) December 2, 2020
This was one point on which Trump's critics agreed with him.
He finally knows how we all feel. https://t.co/OVHqFdpY42
— Dr. Jonathan Foley (@GlobalEcoGuy) December 3, 2020
The lie-ridden video was excoriated because Trump once again failed to provide any proof of widespread voter fraud.
Pres Trump in this 46 minute video he just released says this might be the most important speech he has ever given.
What's clear is that it might be one of his most dishonest speeches he's ever given. He's making baseless claims that courts, the AG & DHS have said didn't happen.
— Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) December 2, 2020
President Trump has fired the entire Pentagon leadership, threatens to veto the defense budget because he is angry at Twitter, and is pardoning criminal allies. This speech is erratic and unhinged. Who let him do this? Where is Congress and his Cabinet? He is clearly unstable. pic.twitter.com/WeQbwPYOaF
— Robert J. DeNault (@robertjdenault) December 2, 2020
It was just a consolidation of his daily lies, a sort of greatest hits compilation all in one rant. Fact free and full of blatant lies. It was hard not to vomit. https://t.co/plqf5FjRXI
— Sheridan Perkins (@SheridanPerkin5) December 3, 2020
The President's final day in office is January 20th.