Eric Trump's Latest Attempt To Spread Disinformation Backfires — Like All The Rest

Donald Trump's son was set straight on Twitter. Again.

Another day, another conspiratorial tweet from Eric Trump.

And, once again, the vast majority of Twitter users weren’t buying it.

On Saturday morning, President Donald Trump’s second-eldest son continued with his efforts to cast doubt on the 2020 election results with this post:

“Does anyone believe that Biden got 15 million more votes than Obama in 2012?” he asked. “This from a candidate who would go days/weeks while hardly campaigning.”

It’s at least the second time that Eric Trump has tried this line of attack on Biden. Just three days after the election — which the president still refuses to concede — Eric Trump suggested there was something suspicious about Biden receiving more votes in 2020 than former President Barack Obama got in his 2008 landslide victory.

Since the election, he has also shared fake footage of someone burning ballots; posted a questionable graphic hinting his father would ultimately win; and warned that Rudy Giuliani, his father’s personal attorney, would take down the “dirtbags” who he baselessly alleged are trying to rig the outcome.

Each and every one of Eric Trump’s previous attempts to spread disinformation have backfired.

This one was no different: