It appears that President Donald Trump is finally accepting the fact that Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election, but his acceptance is being tempered with excuses of why exactly he fell short of his Democratic challenger.

On Twitter Sunday morning, Trump fired off two tweets referencing the election:

Time for some fact checking:

The mention of “Dominion” is Dominion Voting Systems, which manufactures software used in running elections across the country, but as the New York Times noted earlier this week, those voting systems did NOT delete votes cast for Trump:

“Many of the claims being asserted about Dominion and questionable voting technology is misinformation at best and, in many cases, they’re outright disinformation,” said Edward Perez, an election-technology expert at the OSET Institute, a nonprofit that studies voting infrastructure. “I’m not aware of any evidence of specific things or defects in Dominion software that would lead one to believe that votes had been recorded or counted incorrectly.”

As for elections conducted by mail, there has never been a shred of evidence that absentee ballots are more susceptible to fraud than voting in person.

Kim Wyman, the Washington Secretary of State, recently defended absentee balloting. Her state uses only mail-in ballots in all elections:

“Ever since mail-in voting became state law, we have found that Washingtonians like it. They appreciate the convenience and the time to study the candidates and measures, enabling them to make more informed decisions. Plus, we’ve seen greater voter participation. For example, in the Aug. 4 primary election, nearly 55 percent of all registered voters statewide cast their ballots. This is the highest turnout rate we’ve seen for a primary since 1964.”

Donald Trump lost the election, and he lost by a wide margin in both the popular and electoral vote. He knows he lost. Now he’s trying to find an excuse that doesn’t make him look like what he is and will always be: A loser.

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