Recent violence broke out at a Biden-Harris rally (or “super-spreader”) in Madison, Wisconsin. This was after several media outlets announced Joe Biden would become the 46th president of the United States.
The democratic presidential nominee was pushed over the threshold for 270 electoral votes after Pennsylvania announced itself as a blue state. Biden held a lead over President Trump of 34,414 votes, with a total of 3,345,724 votes. Trump had 3,311,310 votes. Around 600,000 of those ballots are still in question. They could be disqualified if they were not properly inspected.
At one point during the rally, people were holding Black Lives Matter flags. Others were holding signs that say “Socialists believe black lives matter.” A man got angry in the crowd looking for his phone between the two groups. He then sucker-punches the person standing in front of him and people start to brawl. A police officer goes to break up the fight and the assailant runs away.
Speakers started yelling into the microphone between Biden and BLM supporters.
“Come on! The last thing we want to do is see a black man get arrested by the police. Black people just made history today and you want to be f***ing ignorant. You want to bring the place down. F*** you!”
“With the campaign over, it’s time to put the anger and the harsh rhetoric behind us and come together as a nation. It’s time for America to unite. And to heal,” Biden said earlier that day. So much for unity, right? It seems that one of Biden’s campaign foundations has been unity, which he promotes everything but. He has used the last few months to do nothing but complain about a deeply divided United States because of President Trump.
There have been massive crowds in the street celebrating Biden’s reported victory. The coverage poured in even after media coverage had claimed that Trump’s rallies resulted in hundreds of coronavirus deaths. People were caught without masks and joining in on celebrations in massive areas of New York City.
The same things happened in Washington D.C. Thousands chanted outside the White House to mock President Trump’s impending election loss. While the media has spent much of their time criticizing President Trump for holding massive campaign rallies and talking about the grandma-killing COVID-19, they’ve now changed the tune. People are outside singing and chanting without masks on.
We should’ve seen it coming after Election Day.