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Mike Huckabee Ridiculed For Suggesting Biden Didn’t Win In Georgia, Citing Poll He ‘Misread’



Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) was ridiculed over the weekend after his apparent failure at reading comprehension formed the basis for him to push a conspiracy theory that president Joe Biden didn’t actually win the Georgia election.

“70% of Georgians said they would vote for Trump in 2024, and 55.5% disapprove of the job Biden is doing. Makes you wonder how Biden could have won Georgia, but you’d better not wonder that out loud,” Huckabee posted to Twitter, sharing a recent poll.

Political reporter Stephen Fowler tracked down the source of the numbers the former Arkansas governor cited, which was not included in Huckabee’s tweet. It turns out that Huckabee was citing a Trafalgar poll of Republican primary voters.

Huckabee was mocked for celebrating that only 70 percent of Georgia Republican voters would support Trump, which explains why he lost in the state.