Desperate to blame anyone but himself for his humiliating loss in the 2020 presidential election, Donald Trump is now lobbing accusations of wrongdoing at a Republican governor in a Deep South state he lost to Joe Biden.

On Saturday morning, Trump claimed that Georgia GOP Gov. Brian Kemp and his 2018 Democratic opponent, Stacey Abrams, had committed a crime:

Be sure and note that Twitter flagged both of the president’s tweets, and for good reason: There’s not a shred of proof that any wrongdoing took place in the election. Even Trump’s own Department of Homeland Security has declared the 2020 electionΒ “the most secure in American history.”

What’s really galls Trump is the fact that he’s the first Republican presidential candidate since 1992 to lose the Peach State. In the ’92 election, Bill Clinton defeated another incumbent GOP head of state, George W. Bush.

Trump was quickly hit with a fact-check and loads of mockery by others on his favorite social media platform: