"We're going to win this race" Joe Biden speaks to the voters anticipating the Democratic victory
Anticipating the declaration of the elections results, after the Democrats pulled ahead in two states and lead over Donald Trump, Joe Biden addressed the voters with the speech on Friday evening in his home state Delaware.
“Good evening my fellow Americans,” with these words Biden started his speech removing the mask from his face approaching the rostrum.
“The numbers tell us it’s a clear and convincing story: We’re going to win this race.” He said.
The former vice President and soon a possible legit President spoke as his lead grew in the four states that will decide the outcome: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada.
“And look at the national numbers,” Biden continued reading from a teleprompter again, “We’re going to win this race with a clear majority… We’ve gotten about 74 million, that’s more than any presidential ticket has ever gotten in the history of the United States of America. And the vote totally still growing.”
As the voted are still not counted, Joe Biden is leading with 253-to-214 in the state-by-state Electoral College vote that determine the winner.
“What’s becoming clear each hour that a reckon number of Americans of all races, faiths, religions chose change over more than the same.”
He said that all those Americans gave him and Kamala Harris mandate to fight the accent issues in the country such as COVID, the economy, the climate change, and systemic racism.
Then Biden added that he and Senator Harris didn’t wait for the end of count of election. He said they already started working on solving those issues and held meetings with groups of experts on public health and the economic crisis “this country is facing.”
He said he hoped to address Americans again on Saturday.