In the grueling days after Election Day, to the victor, President-Elect Joe Biden, goes the spoils.
It was only a matter of counting all the legal ballot. After finally attaining over 270 Electoral College votes, Joe Biden—shout out to his running mate Senator Kamala Harris—was declared the winner of the 2020 Presidential election.
On Friday (Nov 6) the civil rights icon's county in Georgia tipped Democratic nominee Joe Biden into the lead in the state as mail-in ballots, continued to be counted from the area. As previously reported, at about 4:30 a.m. on Friday, a release of ballots counted in Clayton County gave Biden a lead of 917 votes in the Southern state, pushing his lead out to 1,096 votes after another batch of ballot results came in at about 6 a.m.
The fat lady is warming up, John Legend provided the opening act.
Joe Biden is stacking votes and W's. On early Friday morning (Nov. 6), the former Vice President moved ahead in votes in both Georgia and Pennsylvania after being basically down since Election Day on Tuesday.
According to published reports, the former Vice President by surpassing President Obama for the most popular votes, garnering a whopping 70 million votes, making him 2.7 million votes ahead in the popular vote of President Donald Trump via the Associated Press.
On Monday (Nov 2), while appearing at a campaign event for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in Pennsylvania, John Legend let all the Trump-supporting rappers know exactly how he felt about their endorsement. After performing “Glory” with Common at the event, the soul singer delivered a powerful speech denouncing Donald Trump’s “Platinum Plan” for Black Americans and its celebrity backers, including Ice Cube, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, and Lil Pump.
As expected, Donald Trump is continuing to muddy the 2020 presidential election. Twitter is not having it.
Despite the slim margins, President Donald Trump has prematurely declared victory over Joe Biden and it remains to be seen how the ending plays out.
Props to 2 Chainz for helping do what he could to inspire people to get out and vote out the aspiring authoritarian. Hopefully they heed the message and go and cast their ballot to save the future of our democracy as this really is the most important election in our country's history.
"Did you see the way our people, they were, ya know, protecting this bus, because they're nice," President Trump said of the so-called "Trump Train" caravan.
Barack Obama does everything better than that other guy. Our Forever President shared a video of himself hitting a jumper and walking off with a diddy bop saying, "That's what I do!"