Although President Trump hasn’t conceded, and his legal challenges are still working their way through the courts, Joe Biden on Twitter Tuesday declared that “the election is over.”
“It’s time to put aside the partisanship and the rhetoric designed to demonize one another,” Biden tweeted. “We have to come together.”
The election is over.
It’s time to put aside the partisanship and the rhetoric designed to demonize one another.
We have to come together.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 24, 2020
Joe Biden had reportedly planned to assume the role of “president-elect” on election night if the corporate media had decided call it for him, even though President Trump was challenging late mail-in ballots in court. But Biden did not have an insurmountable lead on Nov. 3. In fact, the race was too close to call and when Americans went to bed on election night, the president had a commanding lead in key battleground states. Over a course of several days, Trump lost his lead as the fraud-prone mail-in votes were counted in Democrat machine districts where Republican poll watchers were barred.
There is still time for Trump’s legal team to make their case in court as the electors don’t vote in their states until December 14.
In the meantime, Biden’s repeated call’s for “unity” are falling on deaf ears because the candidate based his entire campaign on vicious lies intended to demonize Trump and his supporters.
He launched his campaign on the debunked lie that the president called white supremacists “very fine people” in Charlottesville. He repeated the stupid lie throughout his campaign, accusing the president of complimenting neo-Nazis who carried torches with “veins bulging.”
Another pillar of Biden’s campaign was his false claim that Trump grossly mismanaged the Covid-19 pandemic, making him directly responsible for over 200,000 deaths in the U.S. During a particularly nasty speech at a nursing home in Florida in October, Biden actually blamed Trump for “the empty chairs” around their dining room table.
The doddering Democrat also dishonestly repeated the debunked Atlantic report claiming the president on multiple occasions disparaged U.S. troops and called fallen soldiers “losers.”
GOP Rapid Response Director Steve Guest on Twitter made note of Biden’s gross hypocrisy.
Biden said Republicans were going to put black Americans “back in chains.”
Biden also called black youths “predators.”
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) November 24, 2020
Not surprisingly, Trump’s supporters are not ready to make nice with an obviously corrupt, and dishonest candidate whom they suspect stole the election through massive voter fraud in key states.
No this election is not over. This is where it stands as of a couple of days ago in terms of certifications. Not single Elector has cast a vote for you. That only happens when every legal challenge has been resolved. SCOTUS 6-3 or state delegations will decide. Trump wins! pic.twitter.com/rBM0t0wHe3
— Melissa Tate #StopTheSteal (@TheRightMelissa) November 24, 2020
Unity ain’t happenin’ Joe. pic.twitter.com/AJZWBN6s68
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) November 24, 2020
Settle-down senile old man.. This is headed to SCOTUS to decide… 🙄 pic.twitter.com/fonGq7GiwS
— Veteran For Trump (@Veteran4Trump) November 24, 2020