Kamala Harris mocked after asking “Remind me, who won the popular vote again?”

Saturday, President Trump tweeted:

So in California, the Democrats, who fought like crazy to get all mail in only ballots, and succeeded, have just opened a voting booth in the most Democrat area in the State. They are trying to steal another election. It’s all rigged out there. These votes must not count. SCAM!

To which Senator Kamala Harris, who is being talked about as a potential running mate pick for Biden, replied “Remind me, who won the popular vote again?”

Many Twitter users responded in a way that Harris may not have expected.

One Twitter user replied “Remind me who had to drop out of the Democrat primary race because she was polling at 2% with her own party again.”

Remind me where the popular vote matters?

Not in America


The popular vote doesn’t matter in America when it comes to electing the President. The President is elected by the Electoral College.

I have attached a link to the Constitution. Please consider reading it.https://www.constituteproject.org/constitution/United_States_of_America_1992 

You’re welcome.