A comedy duo calling themselves The Good Liars have created a 2024 campaign site for Donald Trump — and it opens with an admission he hasn’t publicly made yet.
Donald Trump still insists he won the 2020 election, although he’s hinted at a run for 2024. Davram Steifler and Jason Selvig beat him to the punch, purchasing the domain name for the website donaldjtrump2024.com. Any Trump supporter clicking through will surely be in for a shock though — the first thing a visitor is greeted with is the president’s face, next to the words “I’m a loser.”
A quick scroll also brings the viewer to a parody of Trump’s failed attempt to find witnesses to election fraud — it reads “Claim you saw voter fraud so Trump doesn’t cry about losing.” The site also offers an answer to the question, “How did Donald Trump lose?” To wit, “Joe Biden got 7 million more votes.”
The pair have been trolling Trump supporters in other venues, posting videos to their social media accounts in which they appear at Trump rallies and test the reactions they get from his most dedicated supporters.
In one such video, they approach rallygoers and ask directions — to the “cult rally.”
Asked some Trump supporters directions to the cult rally. pic.twitter.com/PxG5PWCGXc
— Jason Selvig (@jasonselvig) December 13, 2020
In another, they set up a table to sell merchandise at a post-election rally, with signs announcing big discounts — “Trump lost, everything must go.”
We set up a merch table at the Trump Rally and sold things at a big discount because of his recent loss. pic.twitter.com/3wAoQj57qH
— The Good Liars (@TheGoodLiars) December 10, 2020
In another stunt, the duo added a bumper sticker reading “STOP THE SOB” to the back of a Trump bus — parodying the “Stop the Steal” slogan that has been attached to election overturn efforts.
We gave the “Stop the Steal” bus an honest bumper sticker. pic.twitter.com/b5yemFf3FE
— The Good Liars (@TheGoodLiars) December 12, 2020
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