Joe Biden gave a speech on Monday night where he claimed the electoral victory to be the next President of the United States. In a speech that was full of slurs and confusion, he also managed to lob attacks at President Trump and republicans.
“More than 81 million of those votes were casts for me and Vice President-elect Harris. That too is a record. More than any ticket has received in the history of America,” Biden said. “It represents a winning margin of more than 7 million votes over the number of votes cast for my opponent. Together, the Vice President-elect Harris and I earned 306 electoral votes, well exceeding the 270 electoral votes needed to secure victory. Three hundred six electoral votes is the same number of electoral votes that Donald Trump and Vice President Pence received when they won in 2016. At the time, President Trump calls the Electoral College tally a ‘landslide.’ By his own standards, these numbers represented a clear victory then, and I respectfully suggest they do so now.”
Biden also claimed that no evidence has been found to question or dispute the results of the election.
He is 100% wrong on that.
He then accused President Trump of launching an assault on our democracy (a regular go-to cliché of the left) and said that President Trump needs to listen to the 'will of the people'.
“Even more stunning, 17 Republican Attorneys General, and 126 Republican members of the Congress, actually, they actually signed onto a lawsuit filed by the state of Texas,” Biden continued. “That lawsuit asked the United States Supreme Court to reject the certified vote counts in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. This legal maneuver was an effort by elected officials and one group of states to try to get the Supreme Court to wipe out the votes of more than 20 million Americans in other states. And to hand the presidency to a candidate who lost the Electoral College, lost the popular vote, and lost each and every one of the states whose votes they were trying to reverse. It’s a position so extreme, we’ve never seen it before.”
Joe Biden dodged questions about his family criminal activity that is now well documented. He dismissed any and all questions relating to the crimes and his son, Hunter.
Joe Biden then capped it all off with a call to 'unite and heal' after a speech full of slurred attacks.