Critics pile on #DesperateDonald for last second demand Georgia's governor override the will of the voters
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Reaction to Donald Trump's reported call on Saturday morning to Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA) asking him to force the state's Republican-majority legislature to overturn the election so Trump can rake in Georgia's 16 Electoral College votes ranged from accusations of sedition to ridicule with the president dubbed "#DesperateDonald."

According to the Washington Post, "Hours before he was scheduled to hold a rally in Georgia on behalf of the state’s two GOP senators, Trump pressed Kemp to call a special session of the state legislature to get lawmakers to override the results and appoint electors that would back him, according to a person familiar with the conversation.”

That led to a deluge of criticism on Twitter, with one commenter writing, "Isn't there an actual law against this? I was sure there was....."

That seemed to be the general consensus as you can see below: