Joe Biden Declares Victory By Not Declaring Victory

Democrats are always a real trip.

Democrats are always a real trip. They lie and they parse words.

They con people. 

It’s what they do.

And with the help of their leftist media, they rarely get called out for their shenanigans which means they can always say and do what they want.

So knowing that he has a clear path to say anything without criticism, Biden emerged from his basement on election night (Wednesday morning really) to make a statement.

He was obviously advised by his campaign staff (and Obama) that he needed to do a press conference to let everyone know he won. 

But he needed to tell everyone that he wasn’t actually saying that he won.

Even though the democrats have been pushing the mantra that “all votes count” (and still are), votes don’t really matter to Joe or he wouldn’t have come out and claimed the presidency before they were all counted.

In Biden’s victory/non-victory speech, he said, “After a long night of counting it’s clear we are winning enough states to win the presidency. I am not here to declare that we won but I am here to report that when the count is finished we believe we will be the winners.”

After describing what was going on in the different states, Biden continued, “Senator Harris and I are on track to win more votes than any ticket in the history of this country – over 70 million votes. I’m very proud of our campaign.”

When Trump, on the other hand, came out to say he was victorious in certain states, the leftists had a cow. 

Twitter flagged his tweets and those of his family for sharing “false information” but haven’t censored anything of the crap that Biden has said lately. 

Or ever.

This piece was written by Liberty Paige on November 6, 2020. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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