As the Hillary Clinton campaign supports the recount efforts of George Soros and Jill Stein in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, President-elect Donald Trump is calling out the fiasco for what it is.

"In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally," Trump tweeted.

Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge commented on Trump's tweet, "The statement, the latest in a series of 12 consecutive tweets provoked by Jill Stein's campaign for a recount in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania may ironically help Stein's cause should Trump's tweet be seen as "confirmation" of illegal voting during the presidential election, albeit in the other direction… although by now the entire narrative is so absurd and surreal, not even Salvador Dali would dare touch it."

He then took a shot at the notion of attempting to win the popular vote, as though that mattered in the first place by talking about how he went after voters in many states rather than just targeting three or four states.

On Sunday, Trump predicted that the efforts of a recount, should they go through, would not sway the outcome of the election. Why? It's because Hillary Clinton had already conceded the election to him, but as we all know, the word of an Alinsky disciple like Hillary means absolutely nothing.

Then he stuck his thumb in the eye of the media and asked why they were not covering voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire and California and added that they were showing "serious bias."

The irony in all of this is that the media actually believed Hillary Clinton had enough support to win, even though we've demonstrated she didn't have it. Yet, it was Donald Trump who said the system was rigged and that he would not necessarily accept the election results. Now, the shoe is on the other foot and it's Clinton and company who are actually calling for the results to be recounted. Is anyone sensing another hanging chad episode from the 2000 elections here?

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