Tweet of the Day: Jamie Lee Curtis Thinks Trump Supporter Stole Mail Truck to Disrupt Election

It seems the left has gone completely batsh*t insane.  On Tuesday, actress Jamie Lee Curtis spotted a USPS truck on a flatbed wrecker and thought it was being stolen by a Trump supporter in an effort to steal or disrupt the 2020 election.

Her proof?  The driver allegedly wore a red cap with white lettering.

I swear, in broad daylight, the driver of the red truck had a red cap on with white letters. Conspiracy? Outright attempt at stealing the election by denying the access of the @USPS ? Let’s not let it happen!” she said on Twitter, posting a picture of the truck.

Here’s her tweet:

Will this presidential election be the most important in American history?

Reaction to her insane conspiracy theory was pretty much what you’d expect.

That’s putting it mildly.

Twitchy noted: “There are well over 200,000 postal vehicles, FWIW, so the Trump campaign better hurry up…”

Then there’s this take:

Sorry, but one has to HAVE a mind before it can be lost…  Just sayin’.

Exit question: Do these people have the slightest clue how stupid and foolish they appear when they put this garbage out there for the whole world to see?

This, by the way, is the modern, deranged left.  Let that sink in.


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