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Trump Tweets News That Was So Incorrect Tucker Carlson Had Already Apologized For It

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Having lost the 2020 election, President Trump continues to spread baseless conspiracy theories of voter fraud to try and undermine democracy for his own gain.

Trump's latest false conspiracy theory involves the idea that Democrat Joe Biden won the election because ballots belonging to dead people were submitted in his favor.

In support of his claim, President Trump shared a report from Tucker Carlson.

It came as no surprise to anyone that the President hadn't checked his facts before tweeting them out to his millions of followers.

It turns out Carlson himself had already debunked the claim and apologized for it prior to the President's tweet.

Investigators who had looked into these "dead votes" even chimed into to let the President know he was spreading misinformation.

Twitter, of course, responded by mocking Trump relentlessly.

The President truly seems disconnected from reality.

Trump's true intentions behind spreading these debunked conspiracy theories aren't exactly a well-kept secret.

The President of the United States shouldn't be the nation's most prominent conspiracy theorists, and the results of the November elections showed most Americans agree with that assessment.