- An American man has taken things rather too seriously as he failed for divorce on the basis that his wife had a different political choice
- In a tweet on Saturday, November 7, he said he is done with his marriage because his partner voted for Joe Biden instead of the sitting president, Donald Trump
- The man added that he was tired of America and would be moving to Mexico
As America waits for President Donald Trump to concede to Democratic Party candidate, Joe Biden, who was projected as the winner of the poll, a man's comment has given many something to talk about.
In response to the president's comment on alleged fraud at the poll, a man with the Twitter handle @CarefreeRush said he is working on divorcing his wife after she told him she voted for Biden instead of Trump.
He said he is also moving to Mexico because he is so much displeased with how everything went down during the November 3 poll.
@CarefreeRush called the 2020 America election a disgrace. His tweet has got over 2,000 comments with thousands of retweets.
See the tweet below:
Below are some of the reactions his post got:
"That’s a pretty nasty attitude. Divorce over a vote...?"
"On behalf of all Mexicans, we don’t want him, probably Canada would gratefully accept him."
"Your wife is the winner in this relationship. Smart woman, I am pretty sure you won't be missed."
"Idk if you know this but we’re banned from over 75% of the world because of Trump's Covid-19 failures. Good luck."
"Your wife is very smart. You should learn from her."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Apostle Johnson Suleman, the president and senior pastor of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, forecasted that the new US president to take over from Donald Trump would be impeached for his vice to replace him.
In a prophecy which appeared to have been made before the US presidential election, Apostle Suleman claimed he was told by God that President Trump would not be re-elected.
He further revealed that the new president, after his victory, would be given a marching order for his vice president to take over the mantle of leadership.
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