Donald Trump threatens to jail Mark Zuckerberg in rant against 'election fraudsters', Internet calls him an 'unprofessional toddler'

Donald Trump threatens to jail Mark Zuckerberg in rant against 'election fraudsters', Internet calls him an 'unprofessional toddler'
Donald Trump (left) threatened to jail Mark Zuckerberg and others who he believes committed election fraud (Getty Images)

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: In a bizarre tirade on his Truth Social platform on Tuesday, July 9, former President Donald Trump appeared to threaten to imprison Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as well as everyone else he claims to have committed election fraud, according to Mediaite.

Trump wrote, "Republicans must pass the Save Act, or go home and cry yourself to sleep. Non citizen Illegal Migrants are getting the right to vote, being pushed by crooked Democrat Politicians who are not being stopped by an equally dishonest Justice Department."

Trump threatens to jail 'election fraudsters' like Mark Zuckerberg and others

He added, "Our whole voting system is under siege. Harmeet and David, go to court and get this stopped, NOW. The Dems can’t win on their policies, the only way they can win is to CHEAT. "

He further wrote, "They do it at every level of government, and they do it well. That’s how they get an incapacitated moron like Joe Biden elected. Get tough RNC (Michael W!), Speaker Johnson, and all State and Local Republican politicians. The Justice Department is CORRUPT and won’t do a thing to help."



 

He also mentioned, "They have no shame! All I can say is that if I’m elected President, we will pursue Election Fraudsters at levels never seen before, and they will be sent to prison for long periods of time. We already know who you are. DON’T DO IT! ZUCKERBUCKS, be careful!"

Notably, Trump's statement supported the conspiracy theory known as the 'great replacement', which contends that Democrats are attempting to change the electorate to their advantage by substituting immigrants for American votes.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to the media after his trial for allegedly covering up hush money payments at Manhattan Criminal Court on May 20, 2024 in New York City. Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in the first of his criminal cases to go to trial. (Photo by Mark Peterson - Pool/Getty Images)
Trump's statement supported the conspiracy theory which contends that Democrats are attempting to change the electorate to their advantage by substituting immigrants for American votes
(Photo by Mark Peterson - Pool/Getty Images)

Moreover, the GOP's focus on 'illegal migrants voting' as part of its 2024 campaign platform was reported by the Associated Press in May.

AP’s Ali Swenson, referring in part to the GOP’s SAVE (Safeguard American Voter Eligibility) Act reported, "Voting by people who are not U.S. citizens already is illegal in federal elections and there is no indication it’s happening anywhere in significant numbers. Yet Republican lawmakers at the federal and state levels are throwing their energy behind the issue, introducing legislation and fall ballot measures. The activity ensures the issue will remain at the forefront of voters’ minds in the months ahead."

Notably, numerous mass shootings in the United States, including those at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburg, a Walmart in El Paso, and a grocery store in Buffalo, have been linked to the 'great replacement' notion and anti-immigrant rhetoric.

Trump has targeted Mark Zuckerberg previously

Donald Trump has previously accused Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg of conspiring against him. After being banned from Facebook following Jan 6, Trump has regained the ability to advertise on the social media platform.

Apart from allegation of unfounded claims of election rigging, Trump has also called for Zuckerberg’s prosecution on multiple occasions.

Internet grilled Trump for his Truth Social post threatening to jail Mark Zuckerberg

The rant by Donald Trump was not taken well by several internet users who ended up trolling and roasting him on X.

A user wrote, "Like he locked up Hillary?" while another added, "Honestly if he's saying stuff like this it'll probably double down their efforts to cheat so he can never get in."



 



 

A person also stated, "He knows they do the opposite of what he’s says", whereas another mentioned, "Did he launch a nuke or invite them to cheat harder."



 



 

A user also wrote, "He’s such an unprofessional toddler."



 

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