Seth Meyers shreds false vote claims: Inauguration crowd proves Trump can’t count a million people
Seth Meyers (Photo: Screen capture)

A laughing Seth Meyers could not understand why President Donald Trump keeps lying about voter fraud in the November election.

"Why do you keep lying about this?!" Meyers exclaimed Tuesday night. "There is zero evidence for this claim."

Trump's "evidence" comes from a man named Gregg Phillips, who runs TrueTheVote. He alleges to have many volunteers that have combed the records of every voter and determined that 3 million people voted illegally. Phillips spread this conspiracy theory to Alex Jones of the conspiracy theory website Info Wars and Trump has since promoted the claim.

"Also, why would you say 3 million to 5 million people?" Meyers wondered. "We already know from the inauguration you have no idea what 1 million people looks like. Just accept you're bad at guesstimating."

Meyers then did an impression of Trump counting his children and settled on 20. He went on to ask Trump why he's complaining when he won the election, comparing it to a Super Bowl winner complaining about a play.

"Winners don't complain about the final score," Meyers explained to the new president. "You know who does? Degenerate gamblers. But I guess if you knew anything about gamblers, your casinos would still be open."

He then went on to repeat what he says millions of women must have said to Trump: “Let go of it.”

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