On Friday, several American cities saw crowds of people taking to the streets for another round of post-election protests - something that social media users this time described as a celebration of what has not officially happened yet - a Joe Biden victory in the 2020 presidential race.
According to social media users, people have already thrown parties, put on funny costumes, and danced the election stress away, apparently ignoring the fact that several key states are still counting their votes.
Videos from different US cities have been shared on social media, capturing people, "unicorns", "eagles", "White Houses", and other personas dancing and cheering, while holding up Biden-Harris posters.
New York City tonight, taking over the streets to celebrate Trump’s loss. pic.twitter.com/iD6DkbBCMi— TALIA JANE (NOT LAVIN) (@itsa_talia) November 7, 2020
When I say it’s a party I mean it. pic.twitter.com/YEzha4lZ5i— TALIA JANE (NOT LAVIN) (@itsa_talia) November 7, 2020
People in NYC's Washington Square Park are "not waiting for the AP call".
Washington Square Park not waiting for the AP call pic.twitter.com/hB9nbhvhi6— Jake Offenhartz (@jangelooff) November 7, 2020
Philadelphia appeared to have been partying since Thursday.
95% of the vote counted and Biden ahead by 0.25% and the crowd at the count every vote protest is chanting “i believe that we will win” pic.twitter.com/UzuebXwemf— Amber Jamieson (@ambiej) November 7, 2020
cause it’s Philly we have an eagle out here dancing tonight pic.twitter.com/GEYgaBPf2O— Amber Jamieson (@ambiej) November 7, 2020
Dancers even seemed to agree on their favourite music to call the election to.
every time this protest party plays Ain’t No Mountain High Enough people lose it pic.twitter.com/KWxhWRRxgc— Amber Jamieson (@ambiej) November 7, 2020
“Move Trump, get out the way, get it the way, get out the way, Move Trump, get out the way, get it the way, get out the way!” 🎶 🎶 #Philadelphia #TrumpIsLosing #TrumpMeltdown #ByeDon— Jules Morgan (@glamelegance) November 7, 2020
Officially, the race has not been called, as some key states are still counting their votes, with 214 electoral votes for Trump and 264 for Biden, as of Saturday. The magic number to win is 270.