As Election Day continues in Georgia, President Trump has again caught himself under fire after a controversial Tweet.\nThe president made a claim via Twitter that Vice President Mike Pence has the power to reject fraudulently chosen electors, little did he know he had just sparked a trending statement on the social media platform.\nEditor's Choice: Deja Vu: Results For The Georgia Senate Runoff Election Could Take Days\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nThe words "NO HE DOES NOT" are trending. No hashtag. Just people screaming into the void that Pence can't overturn an election.\n\n\nFred Wellman \n\n\nSome knowledgeable Tweeters were quick to reply with facts that shut down the president's statement, while others simply replied by saying "No He Does Not."\nNo, he does not. Read the Constitution you took an oath to uphold, it's pretty interesting, and you won't look like an idiot. pic.twitter.com/HELiMbtpum— Rani Yachts 🏳️🌈Biden-Harris 2020!! (@rani_yachts) January 5, 2021\n\nIt seems that some wanted to get the message out fast and effectively so nobody would believe and be scared by the president's claims.\nNo he does not, he would be violating the Electoral College Act of 1887 https://t.co/CibipuGEZX— Brandon Lewinter (@lewintermusic) January 5, 2021\n\nSome were even straight-up aggravated by Trump's tweet so they fired some pretty harsh words towards the president. \nTRump tweeted that the VP has the power to reject fraudulently chosen electors....NO HE DOES NOT....HE HAS 0 POWER TO DO SO BECAUSE OF THE CONSTITUTION YOU IDIOTIC NUMBSKULL! What an absolute dumbass!— 🌊🌊🇺🇸Joe Biden is Your President 🇺🇸🌊🌊 (@XanderXjork) January 5, 2021\n\nThe New York Times took time to deep dive into some documents to confirm whether or not Pence has this power, and long story short, no he does not.\nThough, Mike Pence does, in fact, have a significant responsibility, which is to simply open envelopes containing votes from the electoral college and confirm their authenticity, which will then lead to him declaring the winner using very clear instructions.\nThe video below shows former Vice President Joe Biden going through this process in 2016 following President Trump's victory, which of course was met with much resistance from House representatives.