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Kayleigh McEnany appears to let slip that Joe Biden (gasp!) won the election

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This morning on Fox News, Donald Trump’s fourth and final Mouth of Sauron, Kayleigh McEnany, appeared to acknowledge the inconvenient (for all those in the non-sane community) reality that Joe Biden is president-elect.

MCENANY: “[Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp], you have the power to call a special legislative session, because right now, if we lose those two Senate seats, guess who’s casting the deciding vote in this country for our government. It will be Kamala Harris. Call for the special legislative session. Gov. Kemp can also threaten the budget of the secretary of state. There’s plenty he can do.”

Yes, it would be Kamala Harris casting all those crucial votes for not undermining the economy and public health during an economic and public health crisis! Because she’s Joe Biden’s VP. And Joe Biden is president-elect.

That took me almost no time to figure out. I bet Trumpies across the nation are still puzzling over it.

They’ll puzzle and puzzle till their puzzlers are sore …

But no matter what they try to do to steal the election, Joe Biden will be president on January 20.

Fah who foraze! Dah who doraze!

Enjoy that, Kayleigh.

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