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Trump Men Can’t Fill out Ballot Without Cheating off Their Wives, and More Election Day Twitter Nonsense

Laughter is our favorite defense mechanism.

She’s deffo voting for Hillary, right? Let’s go to the tape:

Maybe not. He certainly doesn’t look as … happy as he did with his third debate performance. Maybe he couldn’t get a clear look at her ballot? Not so with Eric Trump, though.

It’s not a test, boys. There’s no wrong answer, so you don’t need to cheat off the smarter family members. (Actually, Donald Trump. Donald Trump is the wrong answer.) You know what, though? Eric couldn’t even get it right with looking over Lara Yunaska’s shoulder. He broke the law with this ballot photo from a now-deleted tweet:

Quick! Better cover up that evidence! What was that about people who think the rules don’t apply to them again?

Anyway, yes, Twitter is already having a field day with the election (as you can see), and it’s only going to go more off the rails later in the day as there’s more to talk about, the drinking continues starts, and we all continue to lose our minds just a little bit waiting for it all to be over. Here’s a few more of our favorite election tweets of the day so far, starting with this garbage and the glorious, obvious response:

This one is a few days old, but whatever:

Also, on this historic day, let’s keep in mind that equal rights should always be about equal rights for everyone:

A little inspiration from our own team:

A quick, important reminder that not everything happening out there today is funny:

And the Trump campaign is already trying to get perfectly legitimate votes thrown out (for seemingly racially motivated reasons) at a polling station that stayed open hours after closing, in order to accommodate those who were in line at closing time, which is just how voting works. This judge is not having it, and she is our hero:

And I’ll leave you with … uh … this:

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