It's been weeks since President-elect Joe Biden defeated outgoing President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, with 306 electoral votes and an overwhelming popular vote majority.
Nevertheless, Trump and his allies are putting forth a near-constant stream of lies and conspiracy theories that widespread voter fraud and Democratic coordination with elections software tipped the race to Biden.
One of Trump's sons and an executive at the Trump Organization, Eric Trump, is one of those Trump allies insisting that Trump actually won the election.
Eric Trump asked his Twitter followers if anyone actually believed that Biden received fewer votes than former President Barack Obama did in his successful 2012 reelection bid.
Trump's son was eager to ask the question, but likely not so happy to see its answers.
Biden has received more votes than any presidential candidate in history. Meanwhile, Trump's average approval rating has never risen above 50 percent. Even when Trump pulled off his now-infamous victory in 2016, he did so while still trailing Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton by millions of votes.
People pointed out to Eric Trump that his father was a highly unlikable President.
It was a self-own for the ages.
Obama's opponent in 2012 was current Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT), who has urged Trump to accept the results of the election.