“The only thing that, uh, how can I say this tactfully, I think it will not help the president’s legacy,” Biden said.
Of course, the election count is still ongoing amid voter fraud controversy in several battleground states, including Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Nevada, so there is no officially declared victor to concede to. But Biden has the backing of the entire legacy media, who are desperately promoting the Narrative that he has won and that Trump is an illegitimate usurper and sore loser who will have to be physically removed from the White House.
Biden went on to acknowledge he already has held discussions with foreign leaders and they are “hopeful that the United States democratic institutions are viewed once again as being strong and endured.” (Endured?)
Despite Trump receiving more votes than any other sitting president, Biden said, “The majority of the people that voted for the president— a lot voted for him, a significantly smaller number but a lot voted for him— I think they understand that we have to come together.”
No, Trump voters understand that the Democrats are stealing the election and they are prepared to fight as long and hard as it takes to keep the Dems from destroying our “democratic institutions” and our country.