A leader of Japan’s Government was forced to DELETE a tweet after he went too far in his disgraceful attacks against President Donald Trump.
According to a recent report by CBS News, Japanese Land Minister Kazuyoshi Akaba DELETED his attack on Twitter after he called President Donald Trump’s presidency a “dictatorship.” The disgusting remark by Akaba instantly drew so much criticism that he deleted the tweet a short time later.
Japanese Official Launches Disturbing Anti-Trump Attack
After President Donald Trump announced that he would constitutionally challenge the results of the VERY CLOSE 2020 presidential election in swing states, the Japanese Land commissioner freaked out on Twitter. Akaba called Trump’s administration a “dictatorship” for not bowing to Joe Biden:
“A sitting president making accusations of election fraud and insisting he will ‘never give up.’ Am I the only one seeing this and thinking, what kind of dictatorship is this?”
Akaba even claimed that Donald Trump was a bad role model for taking a stand against election fraud:
“Where has our role model for democracy gone?”
Needless to say, Akaba’s attacks are insane. There is absolutely nothing wrong with President Donald Trump calling for voting recounts in swing states. Especially since many of the states there were only small differences in votes (some as low as 20,000 votes).
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