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‘It’s like watching a sitcom’: Joe Biden’s ‘one last thing’ hilariously thwarted

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden held his final rally before the 2020 election in Pennsylvania. He brought in Lady Gaga to try and fire up the meager “crowd” before the final day of voting begins. However, at the very end, Biden decided he had one more thing to say. At that precise moment, the DJ turned up the music and drowned the nominee out. Biden fluttered his hands, gave up, and just walked away.

This happened as Biden was waving to his supporters and mingling with celebrities and his family. He had just attempted to put his face mask back on as well.

The “Trump War Room” Twitter account quipped: “Not even Joe Biden’s supporters want to listen to him!”

On the eve of Election Day, Joe Biden told voters that “tomorrow we can end the presidency that’s divided this nation.”

Earlier in the day, Biden had two events in Pittsburgh where he slammed Trump, saying that “it’s time for Donald Trump to pack his bags and go home.” He stressed that Americans have tired of Trump’s presidency, saying “we’re done with the chaos, we’re done with the racism, we’re done with the tweets, the anger, the hate, the failure, the irresponsibility.”

Then the former vice-president headed to Heinz Field, home of the National Football League’s Pittsburgh Steelers, for a drive-in car rally with Lady Gaga.

Biden stated that “the Steelers got a big win yesterday and the Eagles got a big win last night… and folks I have a feeling we’re coming together for another big win tomorrow.”

Biden’s final rally took place in Pittsburgh. That is where he failed to issue one last thing he wanted to say. This comes one day after the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the city’s largest newspaper, endorsed Trump, saying Biden is ‘too old’ and ‘fragile’ to handle the job as president. The liberal newspaper is backing a Republican nominee for the first time in nearly half a century and praised the president’s record on the economy and China.

Trump, campaigning in Scranton, charged that “a vote for Biden will be a vote to ban fracking, outlaw mining, explode energy costs and destroy Pennsylvania.” The president signed an executive order in the last few days that will protect fracking.

Biden denied the charge and vowed that he would “be the most pro-union president you’ve ever seen.”

He spent most of his last stop lambasting President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic and promising to unite a country in crisis if he wins Tuesday.

“Tomorrow’s the beginning of a new day,” Biden told hundreds of supporters at a socially distanced drive-in rally, which became a hallmark of his campaign in its closing weeks. “The power to change this country is in your hands.” The campaign’s primary battleground has been in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin — the three “blue wall” states that Trump toppled in 2016.

“Under no scenario will Donald Trump be declared a victor on election night,” Biden campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon said in a public briefing Monday.

“At the end of the day, we believe we’re going to win this race,” she said. “We believe we’re going to be able to do that with our pathways to victory regardless of what Donald Trump says.”

Most of Pennsylvania’s voters will cast their votes today. It is a pivotal state to win the 2020 election. Authorities in the state claim that Americans will not know who Pennsylvania will go for on election day. They will not even begin counting some of the votes until the weekend so it could be days or even weeks before the outcome is known for certain.

The polls have narrowed and in a number of states, Trump has surged ahead.


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