As we’ve told you in the last few days, the “popular vote” talking points have obviously been sent out by the Dems, and some in the media have obviously received the memo:
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 8, 2018
Er, who wants to tell them?
Bless your heart.
— Strange Dr. Weird (@MetricButtload) November 8, 2018
That’s not the way this works. That’s not the way any of this works.
— Gwen Walton (@GwenMWalton) November 8, 2018
— Kevin H. ? (@TheHarris06) November 8, 2018
No, it most certainly is not how it works, but anything to help forward the Left’s narrative (all in the name of “journalism”).
So. Add Newsweek to the "I lack an even 6th grade understanding of Social Studies" parade. Well done.
— Chris Tsotsoros (@ctsotsoros) November 8, 2018
"Why are we called Fake News? I just dont get it."
— Noah (@reeb1011) November 8, 2018
It’s a mystery!
Good God, FFS!
What does it take to get to this level obstinate fantasy that you have to make things up whole sale about how this Republic operates in elections? https://t.co/aAA81A4ndp
— Joe Corley (@jkenn1212) November 9, 2018
"Popular vote for the House and Senate" pic.twitter.com/63RFrEYimZ
— Sam D Wenner? (@Samwenner76) November 8, 2018
You can't make this kind of stupid up. You really can't. https://t.co/gJ7Y4xsm2A
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) November 8, 2018
When I was in high school, before you graduated you had to pass civics class. Obviously the “journalist” at Newsweek didn’t go to my school.
— Kevin Reid (@2kevies) November 9, 2018
It's by State not an overall popularity contest. Civics 101 https://t.co/e0NEqVIxbb
— amazmnt (@bislandjim) November 9, 2018
The desperation is palpable https://t.co/iUQnZUFt3Q
— Benjamin Weingarten (@bhweingarten) November 8, 2018
This really only demonstrates your willful ignorance of basic civics and will never be a thing no matter how many times you repeat it. ?♂️?♂️?♂️ https://t.co/4EDUcpR9tA
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) November 8, 2018
Narrator: They’re going to keep repeating it.