‘This Is Deranged’: Trump Floats New Voter Fraud Theory That Has People Calling For Psych Evaluation

Trump has a new, expanded voter fraud conspiracy theory – and it’s more delusional than ever.

Unable to just accept that he lost the popular vote by millions, Trump is continuing to insist that Hillary Clinton got millions of illegal votes. As before, Trump’s new theory comes with zero factual evidence.

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In a meeting with a room full of senators, Trump said he is convinced Massachusetts shipped voters to neighboring New Hampshire and had tens of thousands illegally vote – costing him the state. It’s unclear why Trump decided this was the right time and place to try out a new conspiracy theory, the meeting was meant to be a discussion about his Supreme Court pick. None the less, the ravings of Trump’s addled mind stunned those in attendance.

As soon as the door closed and the reporters allowed to observe for a few minutes had been ushered out, Trump began to talk about the election, participants said, triggered by the presence of former New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte, who lost her reelection bid in November and is now working for Trump as a Capitol Hill liaison, or “Sherpa,” on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch.

The president claimed that he and Ayotte both would have been victorious in the Granite State if not for the “thousands” of people who were “brought in on buses” from neighboring Massachusetts to “illegally” vote in New Hampshire.

According to one participant who described the meeting, “an uncomfortable silence” momentarily overtook the room.

It’s worth filing away this “uncomfortable silence” for the next time these very same Republican senators unquestioningly stand behind one of Trump’s policy decisions. They know he’s insane – they just don’t care.

Journalist Chris Hayes put it bluntly: “I’m sorry but this is deranged.”

Trump has yet to even pretend he has proof for these conspiracies. They are the ravings of a mad man – who now runs the White House.

Featured image via Mario Tama/Getty Images

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