Trump Asks Supreme Court to Delay Election Case Again, Claims He Can Win by Playing 'Rock, Paper, Scissors'

In a surprising turn of events, President Donald Trump has once again asked the Supreme Court to delay the election case, this time proposing a rather unconventional method to determine the winner: a game of "Rock, Paper, Scissors." Yes, you read that right. The leader of the free world believes that he can secure a victory by relying on a popular childhood game.

Trump, known for his unorthodox strategies and outlandish claims, confidently stated, "I've always been a winner at 'Rock, Paper, Scissors.' Nobody plays it better than me, believe me. I've got the best rocks, the best papers, and the best scissors. It's going to be tremendous."

Legal experts and political analysts were left dumbfounded by this latest development. One prominent constitutional scholar remarked, "I never thought I'd see the day when the fate of our democracy would hinge on a game of 'Rock, Paper, Scissors.' This is truly unprecedented."

Trump's legal team has been working tirelessly to find any avenue to overturn the election results, but resorting to a children's game seems to be a new low. When asked about the viability of this strategy, one lawyer on his team said, "We believe that 'Rock, Paper, Scissors' is the fairest way to determine the winner. It's a game of skill, strategy, and luck. Plus, it's a lot cheaper than going to court."

While some supporters have applauded Trump's creativity, others are scratching their heads in disbelief. One supporter, who wished to remain anonymous, said, "I've always admired Trump's ability to think outside the box, but this is just too much. I mean, how can we trust the future of our country to a game that relies on hand gestures?"

Meanwhile, opponents of the President have seized the opportunity to mock his latest endeavor. Social media platforms have been flooded with memes and jokes about the absurdity of settling a presidential election through a game of "Rock, Paper, Scissors." Some have even suggested that the next step might be a game of "Duck, Duck, Goose" or a round of "Simon Says."

As the Supreme Court considers Trump's request, the nation waits with bated breath to see if the fate of the presidency will indeed be determined by a simple hand game. In the meantime, Americans are left to ponder the state of their democracy and wonder how they ended up in a reality where "Rock, Paper, Scissors" holds the key to the Oval Office.