On the same night President Trump declared the 2020 presidential election “RIGGED” and accused the GOP Gov. of Arizona, Doug Ducey, of betraying his state’s residents, the president was ruthlessly mocked online for repeatedly retweeted an account named “Catturd.”
“Catturd” quickly trended online after Trump retweeted the anonymous account three times on Monday.
Business Insider’s Dave Levinthal tweeted: “Well, the president of the United States has now twice retweeted an account called ‘catturd,’ which peddles a book entitled ‘The Adventures of Cowfart.’ ”
Well, the president of the United States has now twice retweeted an account called “catturd,” which peddles a book entitled “The Adventures of Cowfart.” pic.twitter.com/DDYyFNLinC
— Dave Levinthal (@davelevinthal) December 1, 2020
The President of the United States is retweeting Catturd. The author of “Adventures of CowFart” So straight from the White House to an assisted living facility? pic.twitter.com/3e0TqdTqpJ
— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) December 1, 2020
Mr. President, you have to see the latest from catturd! pic.twitter.com/K2OE5ibLYq
— Brian Tashman (@briantashman) December 1, 2020
The President of the United States promoting an anonymous account known as “Catturd”.
— Brandy Zadrozny (@BrandyZadrozny) December 1, 2020
I was thinking those claims of voter fraud looked pretty sketchy but then I read this tweet by Twitter user "Catturd" which was retweeted by the President of the United States and I have to say it made me think pic.twitter.com/qfQleN3rg0
— Patterico (@Patterico) December 1, 2020
Rudy Giuliani is presenting a ton of evidence.
If you ignore or refuse to look at the mountain of evidence being presented – save your breath barking to us about there being no evidence.
You can’t have it both ways.
— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) November 30, 2020
The retweets also came on the same day an attorney for the Trump campaign issued a call for violence against Chris Krebs, a former cybersecurity official who was unceremoniously ousted from his post by President Donald Trump after he rejected the President’s unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud.