Jamie Lee Curtis ruthlessly mocked after she spreads ‘conspiracy’ on how Trump may steal the election

Hollywood star Jamie Lee Curtis found herself being relentlessly mocked by Internet users on Tuesday after she posted “evidence” she found of a possible “conspiracy” that she claims may be in the works for President Donald Trump to steal the election.

The “Halloween” star took to social media on Tuesday afternoon to post a photo of a United States Postal Service van on the bed of a tow truck headed down a roadway. The photo seems to have been snapped from a driver’s seat.

“I swear, in broad daylight, the driver of the red truck has a red cap on with white letters,” Curtis tweeted. “Conspiracy? Outright attempt at stealing the election by denying the access of the @USPS? Let’s not let it happen! @JoeBiden.”

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This immediately backfired on Curtis, however, as social media users wasted no time in pointing out how truly ridiculous this “conspiracy” of hers really is.

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“My husband also drives one of those ‘red trucks’ (rollback tow truck) and the matching hats are usually part of a uniform doesn’t mean they are after the USPS, also doesnt mean they’re trumpies (we are definitely not) it means the mail truck broke down and needed a tow,” one woman took the time to explain to the wealthy Hollywood elitist.

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Most Twitter users didn’t even take the time to explain the foolishness of this tweet, however, instead going the route of blatantly making fun of Curtis’ stupidity.

“Yes, a broken down USPS truck headed in to be fixed is definitely proof of some sinister conspiracy and not an indication you need to trade the tinfoil hat in for some proper medication,” one social media user commented, with another adding, “Amazingly there are other teams, businesses, etc that also have red hats with white markings on them.”

“To preserve our election, we should avoid all ‘repairs’ on USPS vehicles — including oil changes,” a third user wrote. A fourth person tweeted, “I saw the same truck!! it said on his clipboard ‘steal ballots for Trump.'”

Curtis and her fellow liberal elites of Hollywood think that success in the entertainment world makes them experts in all things, including politics. Incidents like this, however, serve as a reminder of how ignorant they really are.

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