Biden: African Americans Had My Back and I Will Have Yours

(Saturday, November 7, 2020) – President-Elect Joe Biden is promising to unite the country calling on those who voted for President Trump to give him a chance.  Citing biblical scriptures, Biden sounded a conciliatory message of healing and unifying while promising to tackle the coronavirus pandemic with science from day one.

“The Bible tells us to everything there is a season.  A time to build, a time to reap and a time to sow and a time to heal. This is the time to heal in America,” said Biden.

Speaking in his home state of Delaware, Biden told the crowd in Wilmington that he will be a president for all the people.  He thanked his supporters and gave a special thank you to the poll workers.  Biden also had a message to the Black community.  “Especially during those moments when this campaign was at its lowest end, the African American community stood up again for me.  You always had my back and I will have yours,” Biden shouted to the crowd.


Biden went on to call for a spirit of cooperation with congressional leaders.  “If we can decide not to cooperate, we can decide to cooperate.  I believe this is part of the mandate given to us by the American people.  They want us to cooperate in their interest.”