World Leaders Refuse to Congratulate Biden…the Fat Lady Ain’t Singing Yet


As Democrats are foolishly dancing in the streets, which is at least better than tearing statues down, the election is far from being over. Did they jump the gun? Yeah. Perhaps.

Since it isn’t up to the lamestream media to determine or call anything, liberals are celebrating nothing more than hearsay and predictions. No official results have been released, and they won’t be for some time to come. There is a huge heaping pile of litigation to sift through first.

While liberals are thoroughly convinced of how these challenges from the Trump administration are bogus cries of desperation, a good majority of world leaders aren’t calling to congratulate anyone just yet. They’re fully aware of how these types of things can play out and none of them are foolish enough to risk a political disaster by calling the wrong guy.

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov expressed how the Kremlin’s desire is “to build dialogue with the next U.S. president,” but they aren’t rushing in. Though they seek to establish constructive bilateral relations, all litigation must be completed first.

According to the Russian news agency, Tass, Peskov said, “Anticipating your possible question about congratulations from [Russian President Vladimir] Putin to the U.S. president-elect, I want to say the following: we consider it correct to wait for the official results of the elections to be announced.”

When asked why Putin was so lightning fast to be the first world leader to congratulate Trump in 2016, the answer was simple. “In 2016, there were no legal challenges.”

“There [in the United States] they are facing certain legal procedures that were announced by the incumbent president, which makes this situation different. So we deem it as correct to wait for the official announcement,” Peskov summed up.

European allies who have been at odds with the Trump administration squealed with glee as they waited on hold for their turns to verbally smooch Biden’s red rump. Germany and France immediately called.

However, pro-Trump nations such as Hungary and Slovenia have remained silent, as they should.

Andrzej Duda, Poland’s head of state and a staunch Trump ally, was courteous enough to offer Biden a hardy congratulations for a campaign well run but hesitated when it came to winning the election. Clarifying Duda’s stance, Presidential spokesperson Blazej Spychalsk said that congratulations are being withheld until the U.S. presidency is officially called, and not a moment prior.

Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, not wishing to further disrupt an already fragile relationship, has opted to wait out the impending litigation. He said he won’t congratulate anyone just yet.

When the media took it upon themselves to declare Joe Biden the winner, Trump fired back with claims of alleged voter fraud, and via a pile of litigation, has voiced his view of this election not even being close to being over. He’s only just begun to fight.

“The simple fact is this election is far from over,” the president said. “Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states, let alone any of the highly contested states headed for mandatory recounts, or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges that could determine the ultimate victor.”

“Legal votes decide who is president, not the news media,” he added. Who can disagree with that?

Biden’s declaration of winning brought these words in a statement from Trump, “We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pose as the winner, and why his media allies are trying so hard to help him: They don’t want the truth to be exposed.”

“The American people are entitled to an honest election: That means counting all legal ballots, and not counting any illegal ballots. This is the only way to ensure the public has full confidence in our election.”

So while liberals are posting funny memes of fat ladies singing on social media platforms, they may be reverse sliding into massive blue waves of depression once the true outcome of the election is determined.