Donald Trump has given bizarre interviews in his career, but one that is now trending was used as evidence in the January 6 House investigation.
It is going viral for Trump's choice of words.
The hearing investigating the January 6 insurrection began televising last week.
While there are conservative claims circulating online that nobody is watching the hearing, MSNBC stated 20 million people watched the first night—more than the highest ratings for Trump's former reality show The Apprentice.
In a clip from the hearing, a Fox News phone interview with Maria Bartiromo established Trump actively pushing his Big Lie to his followers.
"We had glitches where they moved thousand of votes from my account to Biden's account—and these are glitches–so they're not glitches they're theft. They're fraud, absolute fraud."
"This election was over. And then they did dumps.They called them dumps. Big massive dumps in Michigan, and Pennsylvania, and all over."
You can view a clip below, shared by Media Matters' Bobby Lewis:
Twitter took "Big Massive Dumps" and absolutely ran with it, since the jokes basically wrote themselves.
Many took the opportunity to diss Trump and criticize his time in office.
Apparently these big massive dumps are really having an effect on the internet.
The January 6 hearings are ongoing.