Cities Erupt After Joe Biden’s 2020 Presidential Victory


Molly Hubbard, Writer

Four long days after Election Day, November 3rd Joe Biden earned 290/270 electoral votes, making him the 46th president of the United States. In Washington, DC, Denver, Colorado, New York City, Austin, and Miami many crowds of people piled into the streets cheering for joy, while cars drove bye with people holding firm fists out their windows. In Washington, Dc in front of the White House at Black Lives Matter Plaza. Many people brought pots and pans banging them against each other, and cheering tunes like, “Nah nah nah nah, hey hey hey, goodbye.” The crowd was spread all around the White House with signs saying, “The nightmare is over.” The large amount of people also sang the YMCA, since it was the song Donald Trump would play at the end of his rallies. On this election day, Trump was not at the White House, he was golfing in Virginia. During the Biden praise, Trump Supporters drove back and fourth, some saying “Media Sucks.” In Philadelphia people waved Biden flags as they ran into the streets and in front of Philadelphia’s city hall, cheering for Joe Biden’s win as the 46th president of the united states, along with his partner Kamala Harris, the first women as Vice President.