Democrats are continuing to celebrate an election victory even though the final count is still undecided.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) have congratulated Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on winning the presidential election.
“I have a simple message for Senate Republicans: the election is over,” Schumer said on Twitter. “President Trump lost, Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States [and] Kamala Harris will be the next vice president of the United States.”
Schumer urged the Republican Party to accept defeat and start working with the Democrats to run the country.
The Democrats spent nearly four years trying to impeach the president and fought against him repeatedly, even blocking several CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus stimulus packages.
“It is past time to get to work for the American people,” he said on Twitter. “Americans need help to fight the COVID [CCP Virus] crisis. We don’t have time for games.”
Since the Democrats believe they have seized the Oval Office, they have finally decided to focus their efforts on addressing the “intensifying” CCP Virus pandemic and “economic pain” caused by government restrictions to help contain the deadly disease.
“[There is an] urgent need for the Congress to come together in the lame-duck session on a bipartisan basis to pass a bill that provides resources to fight the COVID-19 [CCP Virus] pandemic, relief for working families and small businesses, support for state and local governments trying to keep frontline workers on the payroll, expanded unemployment insurance, and affordable health care for millions of families,” Biden said in a statement.
The trio is also trying to find “bipartisan solutions to create millions of good-paying union jobs” and increase investment in infrastructure, manufacturing, research, and clean energy.
However, Biden, Pelosi, and Schumer appeared to completely ignore the Trump 2020 campaign’s legal actions that could recognize President Donald Trump as the rightful winner of the presidential election after illegal ballots are excluded.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr recently allowed the Department of Justice (DOJ) to begin recounting ballots, certifying election results, and conducting witness interviews in Pennsylvania without intervention from the DOJ public integrity section’s election crimes branch. The DOJ intends to allow the task to be performed transparently and efficiently with minimal delays.
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania has also ruled Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar (D) had no authority to count postal votes that arrived up to nine days after the original 8 p.m. deadline of Nov. 3.
President Judge Mary Leavitt also decided that postal votes must be excluded from the final count if proof of identification was not provided on or before Nov 9.