This quick shot of a house near downtown Kansas City displaying more than a bit of love for Joe Biden seems to define the zeitgeist among local progressives.
And whilst Democratic Party supporters and a great many metro elected officials have accepted the results, it's worth noting that quite a few conservatives aren't completely convinced.
Accordingly, here's another roundup of where we stand on Sunday night as the election debate might or might not be coming to a conclusion . . .
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris supporters in Kansas City, Missouri, converged at Mill Creek Park for the second day in a row following the announcement that the Democratic candidates were projected to defeat incumbent Republican President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
Cowtown Hipsters Gloat
Local Rally Repeat
"Hey Donnie, You're Fired!"-KC celebrates in the streets with the announcement of Joe Biden's victory
Celebration on the Plaza, Nov. 9, 2020. // Photo by Jim Nimmo Before noon on Saturday, Nov. 9, national media called the 2020 presidential election for Democratic candidate Joe Biden, who received more votes than any presidential candidate in history and is predicted to have won an insurmountable number of votes in the Electoral College.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Supporters of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris rallied at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City on Saturday. "This is the United States of America we want to be," Jacky Gonzales, a Joe Biden supporter said. "We're a melting pot and this is what love looks like.
Kansas Overreaction Charged
TOPEKA, Kan. - A Kansas man has been charged with shooting three teenagers he believed stole Donald Trump campaign signs. Shawnee County District Attorney Mike Kagay said Robert Sinner, 39, turned himself into police Saturday and is being held on $75,000 bond.
Son-In-Law Second Guess
President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has tried to talk him into conceding the election, CNN reported late Saturday. The network, citing two sources, said that Kushner, a top White House advisor, broached the subject with the president following Joe Biden's victory earlier in the day.
GOP Challenge Coming Soon
Sen. , (R-S.C.) warned that should not concede that he was defeated in the 2020 presidential election in part because Republicans will "never" be able to elect another president from their party again. "If Republicans don't challenge and change the U.S. election system, there will never be another Republican president elected again," Graham said Sunday on Fox News.
Former Prez Falls Into Line
Former President George W. Bush issued a statement on Sunday congratulating President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on their election victory. Why it matters: Every living president has now congratulated Biden and acknowledged the outcome of the election, even as President Trump refuses to concede and continues to lodge unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud.
Printing Alternative History
To Prove Media Get Election Calls Wrong, Trump Staffers Tweet Newspaper Headline That's Exposed As Fake
In an attempt to criticize the media for calling the 2020 presidential election for Joe Biden and to show they've made mistakes in the past, multiple Trump campaign staffers Sunday tweeted a picture of the front page of a post-election edition of the Washington Times from 2000 that declared Al Gore president-the only problem was, the image was fake.
Challenging MSM Narrative
When CNN and other news outlets projected on Saturday that Joe Biden had won the presidency, the streets of Democratic strongholds like New York, Washington and Chicago erupted in celebrations that lasted into the night.
First Lady Probably Leaving
Melania Trump is famously said to have burst into tears when her husband won Melania waited five months before moving from New York to Washington DC Former aide Stephanie Wolkoff claims Melania negotiated post-nuptial plan He has lost the election - but could Donald Trump be about to lose his wife too?
Former 1st Lady Tweets Attack On Prez Trump Voters
Former First Lady Michelle Obama attacked 71 million Americans who supported President Donald Trump, saying they supported "lies, hate, chaos and division."
More Mask Mandates?!?!
One of Joe Biden's first priorities as president-elect will be implementing mask mandates nationwide by working with governors. The future 46th president, however, says if they refuse than he will go to mayors and county executives and get local masking requirements in place. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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