The 2020 US election is far from over as there are widespread disputes and allegations of voter fraud to gain illegal votes for the Biden-Harris candidacy. The mainstream media had “called” Joe Biden as the winner, despite the US Constitution having clearly defined a process to determine the winner of the Presidential Election which does not involve the media (source).
Fortunately it does not quite work as New York Times claimed above. Based on the process defined in the Constitution, the states of the nation will settle disputes regarding the election result by December 14, which is the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December for the year with an election. After that, the Electoral College electors will cast their votes on separate ballots for president and vice president. Then both houses of the congress will meet on 6th January for counting, a final possible debate, approval and certification.
With the vote counting process in several swing states still underway, Realclearpolitics.com had rolled back the calls on Biden for Pennsylvania and Arizona, reducing Biden’s electoral school votes to 259.
The Trump campaigned said they will be filing a number of lawsuits, some of which may end up on the Supreme Court.
Most of the mainstream media have called that Biden and Harris have won the election, however the result is far from being official (source).
Despite this, a number of world leaders have eagerly jumped on the boat of congratulating Joe Biden and calling him the “President-elect”. Those world leaders do not seem to notice or care for the numerous evidence of voter fraud and irregularities, such as number of ballots casted exceeding registered voters in some counties.
Interestingly, there are other leaders who remain silent who seem less worried about “falling behind” in their congratulatory message.
World leaders who have congratulated Joe Biden and Kamala Harris
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau was the first world leader to send congratulations to self-claimed president-elect Joe Biden via Twitter on Nov. 8 soon after the winning declaration. Later on Monday he gave a phone call to Joe Biden and even discussed their mutual ally, Communist China.
Irish PM Micheál Martin led the fad in Europe, “I want to congratulate the new President Elect of the USA [Joe Biden].” Their Health Minister Simon Coveney strengthened the greetings from the country by saying that “the country’s government looks forward to working with a (Biden/Harris) presidency to sustain & strengthen Irish American relations, and so much more.”
In France, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo sent “Welcome back America!” on Twitter to share her rejoice that the USA finally had a chance to join France sinking in the ditch with tar of the CCP infiltration that Trump is battling against hard. Biden vowed to rejoin the landmark agreement that Trump abandoned.
The country’s leader Emmanuel Macron got a little bit delayed but still caught up with the pace by Tweeting “Let’s work together!” He has a mask on his face in the profile picture as the country is experiencing a severe second wave of the CCP virus outbreak, while Biden calls for a national mask mandate.
Germany, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee Norbert Röttgen is very active on Twitter talking about the dreamed Biden & Harris administration in every aspect, while the Foreign Minister Heiko Maas looked “forward to working with the next United States administration” with #bidenharis2020 (source). Mr. Maas expected to avoid a potential trade war with the US with a Biden & Harris administration (source).
- The United Kingdom
UK, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said it was “time to get back to building bridges, not walls” with the hypothesised administration. He forgot that Biden was good at building cages for kids with Obama (source).
The PM Boris Johnson, a fake conservative, used a formal statement with solemn background color to send his congratulations on and outlook with the Biden & Harris administration. He recovered from the CCP virus early this year, sharing the same experience with Trump but might not have learnt a lesson.
Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky congratulated while said “the country and US have always collaborated on fight[ing] against corruption”. How would that be possible when Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, having had corrupted business deals in Ukraine?
In the Asia-Pacific region, Taiwan president Ingwen Tsai congratulated Biden and Harris, which however stirred intense debate among the Chinese communities as Biden is likely to sell out Taiwan to Xi Jinping if he makes it to the Oval Office.
Australian PM Scott Morrison said “Australia wishes [Joe Biden] and [Kamala Harris] success in office” while they are not yet in the Oval Office. Last year, he and wife had a US state dinner as the second world leader having the honour being served by President Trump. Unfortunately, a weak Biden presidency means more threats from the Communist China to Australia.
- South Korea
The president of South Korea, which is haunted by its northern brother, Moon Jae-in tweeted about the congratulation as well. Just as Taiwanese leader, he should not be so sure about the future with a Biden administration with a hostile neighbour.
Indian PM Modi congratulated Biden and Harris in separate Tweets while the country is having disputes with its neighbours. The relationship between Biden and the CCP, which is teaming up with Pakistan, such as teaching them how to make an infectious virus (source), might not be good news for him.
This result might be ideal for Pakistan. So the PM Imran Khan won’t miss this chance to chant to Biden in advance (source).
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called on Joe Biden to “compensate for past mistakes” and bring the US back to the 2015 Hehran nuclear deal which was ended by Trump. Maybe he is still dreaming about more Boeing 757s-delivered green cash in bundles.
Some congratulatory messages didn’t end well. Israel’s Netanyahu is more sincere that he released a video to congratulate Biden and Haris in addition to his nice words on Twitter (source). His Twitter profile is still about him and Trump talking closely. Trump is the one who fulfilled the promise to move the US embassy to Jerusalem and recognise the city as the capital of Israel.
Many suspect that the premature congratulation led to Trump unfollowing the Israeli PM.
The nation leaders who remained silent
From the US northern neighbour, Mexico’s president Andrés Manuel López Obrador refused to congratulate Biden and Harris on the self-claimed victory of the election until the legal challenge was completed. He is probably the only nation leader to have such an open declaration.
While most countries in South America have sent their congratulatory messages to Biden and Harris, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has not commented on Biden’s early declaration of victory. He was unfortunately infected with the CCP virus and recovered later. He even had hydroxychloroquine pills live on camera when he was sick.
Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping stayed silent while we could sense the joy the regime is experiencing. People’s Daily, China mocked Trump for his claim “I WON THIS ELECTION. BY A LOT!” but then deleted the tweet. A state media correspondent openly disgusted Mike Pompeo by Tweeting “Time to look for job, Mr Pompeo.”
Xi Jinping owned the Biden family, as Rudy Giuliani and Steve Bannon said in a show, supported by evidence from Hunter Biden’s laptop. A win for Biden means a win for Xi himself. While the CCP is behind the widespread voter fraud in the Election 2020, it knows that the election is not over as it knows what’s going on.
- North Korea
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un keeps silent as well. He had a couple of in person meetings with Trump as the latter worked hard to solve the problem of NK. He also sent a message of sympathy when Trump got infected with the CCP virus. While he does not need democratic elections to hold his position as supreme leader of the most dictatorship country, he does not grovel for a potential Biden’s favor.
Putin congratulated on Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton almost immediately after the announcement, but has yet to do the same for Biden. Probably he knows too much about what voter fraud looks like. It’s unwise to do an immature chant as an expert on cheating in elections.
Leaders who echoed the media’s call are disrespecting the US electoral process
The result of the election is still unsolved as there are numerous disputes over the apparent voter frauds in various states. With more evidence of fraud found and court disputes settled, Trump is winning more votes while Biden is losing votes.
From the part of the leaders who eagerly sent their congratulations, the 7100 million Trump voters (who are alive instead of dead) have the right to be angry. Those world leaders are being disrespectful to the US electoral process by echoing the mainstream media, as if they are working together to push the world to recognize and accept the result called by media.
Author: River | Himalaya Scholars