After former Vice President Joe Biden took the lead in Pennsylvania on Friday morning, President Donald Trump exploded in rage and accused the state of violating the Constitution and demanded the Supreme Court invalidate over 600,000 votes.

Biden now leads in Pennsylvania by more than 12,000 votes and his lead is only growing. With the 20 electoral votes the state holds, Biden would capture the presidency and make Trump a one-term president.

Of course, Trump is desperate to stay in power to avoid potential prosecution. So, he threw yet another incendiary hissy fit on Twitter in a scheme to discredit the tally, which he did by quoting disgraced former special prosecutor Ken Starr, who is a Trump defender and apologist.

No, Pennsylvania did NOT violate the Constitution. Trump’s and Starr’s allegations have no merit and they have no evidence to prove their claims. The ballots they are whining about are legal mail-in votes that were postmarked on or before Election Day, which is required by state law as set by the state legislature. Election officials are doing nothing wrong, and even Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) disputed Trump’s accusations.

The presidents allegations of large-scale fraud and theft of the election are not substantiated,” he said. “I’m not aware of any significant wrongdoing here. We had a massive quantity of mail-in ballots, many multiples more than what we’ve ever had before. And election officials did a tremendous amount of work to be prepared for this but they weren’t allowed to start until election day and the process is somewhat labor intensive. So it is taking a long time and its going to take the time that it takes.

Here’s the video via Twitter:

Trump’s tantrum just makes it more clear that he will refuse to concede this race and will likely refuse to leave office in January. But the Biden campaign has already made it clear what will happen if Trump won’t leave.

“As we said on July 19th, the American people will decide this election,” a Biden spokesperson said in a statement. “And the United States government is perfectly capable of escorting trespassers out of the White House.”

Indeed, even if it means Trump is dragged out kicking and screaming, a final disgrace and embarrassment demonstrating that Trump was not fit to ever hold office. Not in 2016, and not in 2020.

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