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Cowboy lawyer for Trump roasted for looking like a child

Some think he looks like a character from Willy Wonka.


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Texas state Rep. Briscoe Cain (R) tweeted that a Texas lawyer is on his way to help Trump win back Pennsylvania. People on Twitter cannot get over how young the lawyer looks.

In attempt to invalidate the election results, conservatives are sending lawyers to battleground states like Pennsylvania. The hashtag Lawyers for Trump is circulating Twitter. It even has an official site.

“This Texas lawyer is flying to Philadelphia this morning to link up with a team of attorneys from across the country to fight for a fair and honest election in Pennsylvania. #lawyersfortrump,” Texas state Rep. Briscoe Cain tweeted.

But, the specific lawyer that Cain tweeted out is getting heat on Twitter for looking like a child, according to Twitter users.

Cain is popularly known from former Democratic Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s run for president. After O’Rourke said he would take away AR-15s from the public, Cain took to Twitter to threaten O’Rourke.

“My AR is ready for you Robert Francis,” Cain posted in the now deleted tweet.

Now, another Cain tweet is trending on Twitter. This time, people are roasting Cain’s claims.

“it’s Mike Teavee from Willy Wonka,” one person tweeted.

“Nobody gives a shit, woody,” another person added.

“Is he bringing toy guns,” another added.

“things have gotten serious in PA, they’re sending in the unaccompanied minors,” someone else tweeted.

“This is the love child of Steven Miller and Ted Cruz,” another posted.

Former Vice President Joe Biden took the lead in Pennsylvania and Georgia, seemingly giving him the necessary 270 votes to win early Friday morning. But the election is far from over as Trump announced that he is not ready to concede.

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