Joe Biden’s make-believe Presidency is off to a flying start. He’s 1-for-1 on breaking promises.
During the first debate, the former Vice President and self-proclaimed President-elect promised that he wouldn’t declare victory until the vote was “independently certified”.
Of course, the only people to declare Biden the win have been in the mainstream media, people who say they voted for him, and the duo of Biden and Harris. No votes have been certified, as of Nov. 11.
The mainstream media certainly has PROJECTED Biden as the winner. But again, the media does not determine winners and losers of elections. And not even all the media have even PROJECTED Biden as the winner.
At RealClearPolitics, they still have the former Vice President at 259 electoral votes. On Tuesday, RCP had to tamp down a report that suggested they moved Pennsylvania from the Biden column back into their toss-up pile of states.
But Pennsylvania, on the RCP map, remains neutral:
Trump, too, has declared himself the winner of the election. But if you have the other guy doing it guilt-free, what’s the harm in doing the same thing?
Biden Promises Not to Declare Victory Until Presidential Election is Independently Certified
So, back during the chaotic first debate that was pathetically moderated by Chris Wallace from Fox News, Biden made it clear that he wouldn’t declare himself the winner until the vote was certified.
And to say the first debate was moderated is really an insult to all moderators past, present, and future.
But here’s the clip:
Wallace: Will you urge your supporters to stay calm while the vote is counted? And will you pledge not to declare victory until the vote is independently certified?
The President got the same question and said he’s urging his voters to go into the polls and watch. He also alluded to potential voter fraud in Philadelphia. This is the point where he dropped one of his more infamous lines: “Bad things happen in Philadelphia.”
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