While we await the final counting of votes in the 2020 presidential election, it remains to be seen whether former Vice President Joe Biden will indeed collect the remaining electoral college votes needed to reach 270 and clinch the win. If Biden does win—with the outcome looking optimistic in his favor—he’s got a long road ahead of him to attempt to heal a fractured, divided county and reunite America.
It’s certainly going to be easier said than done, after four years of Trump has succeeded in little else than turning Americans against one another. But there’s got to be some things we all can agree on, right? Such was the question posed by sports blogger and podcaster Dan Clark, who tweeted on Wednesday after the election: “Post a statement that reunites America.”
Post a statement that reunites America.
— Dan Clark (@DanClarkSports) November 4, 2020
Just because some of us voted for Biden and some of us voted for Trump doesn’t mean that we still don’t share fleeting commonalities, as you can see from the various responses below.
Beef jerky costs way more than it should. https://t.co/AbhsoiQlNc
— Wells Adams (@WellsAdams) November 4, 2020
Costco Hot dog combo will always remain $1.50 https://t.co/TRoLLq3wF0
— Hoodie Papí (@Thee_realdom) November 4, 2020
Shrek 2 is a masterpiece. https://t.co/Lu64HYirv9
— Brandon Calvillo (@BJCalvillo) November 4, 2020
Carole Baskin killed her husband https://t.co/gXaz9mdmLn
— Bailey Basher (@SkolNate) November 5, 2020
Tayshia will be The Bachelorette. https://t.co/yCsvueBXFo
— Trent (@BarstoolTrent) November 4, 2020
Dolly Parton. https://t.co/UcEHPO0vhO
— Gabe Ortíz (@TUSK81) November 5, 2020
Betty White is ALL our national treasure. https://t.co/VmSyOgdHoe
— Chef Mike Haracz 🍔🥓🥩🍕🌮 (@Mike_Haracz) November 5, 2020
Federal Holiday the day after the Super Bowl https://t.co/wif8w5cuZu
— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) November 4, 2020
Christmas Eve is better than Christmas https://t.co/68pP4AajRm
— Joey (@JoeyMulinaro) November 4, 2020