Joseph R. Biden Jr., 46th President of the United States


#1

It’s all over bar the tweeting.

I genuinely wonder if Trump had encouraged his supporters to use mail-in voting instead of constantly disparaging it, what might the result have been. Guess we’ll never know.


#2

#3

Judith Butler of the Guardian went with the same angle in her recent piece.

and here again along the same lines…David A. Graham in the Atlantic.

A bit too obvious.


#4

#5

Not over until the results are certified. Media don’t get to decide the winner…


#6

HAPPENING NOW - Thousands pouring into the streets in front of the White House in Washington DC.

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#7

He aint the Prez yet. Still 74 days to go… and you thought the election in 2000 was a fun filled roller coaster. We are so far beyond hanging chads this time around. The next few months is going to be much more like this…

https://www.amazon.com/One-Vote-Disputed-Presidential-Elections/dp/0700617876

When you have stuff like a 88% turnout in Wisconsin and not a single certified result not only has the fat lady has not even got up on the stage yet she is still in her dressing room swigging cheap bourbon and reading even cheaper French novels. And will be for quite a while yet by the look of things. The lady in crinoline will be getting though quite a few of cases of bourbon before this is all over…

I was really impressed by the extras 100K plus “votes” the guys in Minneapolis were able to make appear in Hennipin county. A very slick operation. Very professional. Unlike the rubes in WI and MI who are really just taking the piss by this stage. Also noticed that SF “lost” the 30K+ voters from the electoral roll that put the number of registered voters last time round as greater than the number of adult citizens. Now its just 95%. Which is still about 20%/25% above any kind of plausible number for a big city. Which would be much closer to the number of votes cast that actually seem to vote on ballot items in a real life human voter distribution pattern. Maybe 260K max with normal turn out.

The joys of psephology.


#8

The Colour Revolution continues, 15 mins in… look at the live streaming count, the crowd, the flags, the brand new shiny jeeps… it’s all there!


#9

G’wan ya good thing!

Biden’s first move as president-elect? Mask mandate for all. Here’s how he plans on doing it.


#10

The funniest thing in life are the “well achtually” people. Who can’t see what’s in front of their eyes.

“Well achtually looking at a screen/masturbating doesn’t make you go blind”. Of course it does. I saw a man on his phone today, blind to his two small daughters.

“Well achtually homosexuality is perfectly natural” Of course it’s not - that’s why untreatable STD variants rip through communities of gay men.

“Well achtually there’s no evidence of widespread fraud” - of course there is. Importing in Somalians to Minnesota of all places who all vote Democrat is fraudulent.


#11

The DNC love fest continues at Montrose


#12

I assume some clown in Ballina is getting ready to rename his petrol station, Joe Biden Plaza


#13

Not sure about Co. Mayo, but it’s rumoured there’s a dispute going on in Dublin where one bunch of councillors want to rename their suburb Ballybiden, another bunch want it renamed BallyTrump, who will win is anyone’s guess


#14

Some idiot has renamed a golf course in Clare after Trump already…


#15

Build Back Better


#16

Biden COVID Advisor Says US Lockdown of 4 to 6 Weeks Could Control Pandemic, Revive Economy

November 11, 2020 • Updated on November 11, 2020 at 11:29 pm

  • Dr. Michael Osterholm, a coronavirus advisor to President-elect Joe Biden, said a nationwide lockdown would help bring the virus under control in the U.S.
  • He said the government could borrow enough money to pay for a package that would cover lost income for individuals and governments during a shutdown.
  • “We could really watch ourselves cruising into the vaccine availability in the first and second quarter of next year while bringing back the economy long before that,” he said.

Shutting down businesses and paying people for lost wages for four to six weeks could help keep the coronavirus pandemic in check and get the economy on track until a vaccine is approved and distributed, said Dr. Michael Osterholm, a coronavirus advisor to President-elect Joe Biden…

:whistle:


#17

:whistle:


#18

Aug

Biden Listed as Criminal Suspect in Ukrainian Court


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#20

Pressure building on Biden