Christmas In November: Medium Writer Enjoys Biden Celebration In Cities That Escaped BLM Arson

November 10th, 2020 12:45 PM

Will LeitchJoe Biden's Leftist-sanctioned election victory is Christmas in November for Will Leitch, who writes for Medium, New York Magazine and Major League Baseball. The as yet unofficial defeat of the dictator Donald Trump has unleashed a "sudden explosion of joy" -- even in the cities that were not burned down by Black Lives Matter arsonists, he writes on Medium.

Two weeks ago, Leitch had written that if Trump wins, athletes might just stop playing. A friend had told him ...

“If Trump wins, or if he refuses to concede, I’m telling you right now: There won’t be any sports for a month,” he said. “Maybe more. These kids just won’t stand for it.”

Now Leitch (appearing in above photo) refers to Christmas-like elation in city streets charred by arsonists and looters:

"It is one thing to be so joyous by the defeat of Donald Trump that you jump on top of your car and start throwing impromptu block parties that last all day and night. It is quite another to decide that this occasion, right now, is when Christmas must start. That’s rejoicing. Christmas starts right now!"

Leitch says his favorite moments since the left-stream media declared Biden the winner are the Twitter videos he posted of people on a city street singing "I felt free for the first time!" and Mariah Carey's "All I want for Christmas is you!"

Leitch called it wonderful when a "sudden explosion of joy across our major American cities, cities that it turned out had not been burned down by Democratic mayors, was the release many Americans, most Americans, had been waiting for." Thank God that these lefties made the news by celebrating in unscarred Times Square instead of BLM-charred Minneapolis.

It was so relieving for Leitch to know that Trump won't be president much longer, though the Biden administration faces divisiveness in this country. Joe Biden is "a likable, good-hearted person who I believe will make a dully competent chief executive, but those people weren’t losing their minds because Joe Biden was going to become President. They were doing it because Donald Trump soon won’t be."

Or is Biden just good natured because his election would ensure that he and his son Hunter are getting away with their scandals while pocketing tons of money, too?

Leitch writes that, "It was repeatedly pointed out that the street parties felt less like the emotional breakthroughs of Barack Obama’s election in 2008 and more like the citizens of a former dictatorship celebrating the expulsion of an oppressive, violent regime. And … that’s maybe not great?"

Wait, did someone use the word "dictatorship" without attaching "California Gov. Gavin Newsom" or "New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo" to the sentence?

What about Biden the uniter? Leitch must be remembering how Barack Obama, Biden and Hillary Clinton (the exposer of deplorables) brought the country together over the Benghazi and Fast and Furious scandals. As well as the worst attack on religious freedom in U.S. history. No division there, nope. Only conservatives are capable of dividing.

Leitch is looking forward to Biden turning down the temperature in America. Biden will make politics "more functional, less chaotic" and "remind everyone that they are on the same side as Americans, to work together as citizens even when they disagree with each other."

Just like Democrats and their media lapdogs did for the past four years. Weren't they the people singing Kumbaya over the Kavanaugh and Barrett hearings? They weren't the people calling Trump a "Nazi," either, were they?

Cong. Maxine Waters (Dem-Calif.) certainly "did not" ramp up the nation's temperature by saying Los Angeles gang members have more integrity than Trump. Others who were really cooling off the nation's excessive heat include:

New York Times columnist Tom Friedman, who called Trump's 2016 election a "moral 9/11."

Ex-MSNBC host Keith Olbermann, who hysterically compared Trump to Saddam Hussein, Mussolini, Fidel Castro, Mao Tse Dung, Stalin, Pol Pot, bin Laden and Hitler.

Ron Reagan Jr., who called Trump a sociopathic on MSNBC.

Political commentator Ana Navarro, who appeared on CNN to call Trump "unfit to be human.”

Morning Joe Scarborough, who compared Trump to Nazi's gassing Jews in concentration camps.

And this is only a tiny sampling of Trump Derangement Syndrome. But somehow the nation will magically be unified, and the nation's scorching hot temperature will be significantly reduced, by a miracle worker on January 21 if Biden is sworn in as president. Merry Christmas!