The Biden team had the perfect response to fears Trump won’t leave office if he loses 

While the results are still not official, political observers were becoming increasingly willing to say out loud that the contest is now over and that Biden should be considered the winner.”Biden has won, but Trump won’t concede,” tweeted former labor secretary Robert Reich just before 11:00 am on Friday morning. “Since elections are officially over only when the loser concedes, this one will be going on until January 20, when Joe Biden is sworn in. Between now and then, Trump will make our lives as miserable as he can.”

Source: The Biden team had the perfect response to fears Trump won’t leave office if he loses – Alternet.org

Why Capitalism Was Destined to Come Out on Top in the 2020 Election 

No matter who “won” the U.S. election, what will not change is the capitalist organization of the country’s economy. The great majority of enterprises will continue to be owned and operated by a small minority of Americans. They will continue to use their positions atop the capitalist system to expand their wealth, “economize their labor costs,” and thereby deepen the United States’ inequalities of wealth and income. More

Source: Why Capitalism Was Destined to Come Out on Top in the 2020 Election – CounterPunch.org

Trump’s Bid to Stop the Count Risks Turning America into an ‘Illiberal Democracy’ like Turkey 

By claiming victory in the presidential election while it is still in the balance, President Trump is following what could be called “the Turkish playbook” in his determination to stay in the White House. This approach is a rerun of the strategy employed by several populist national leaders across the world in recent years to stay in power by prematurely claiming a win at the polls, and then manipulating the final result in their favour through their control of state institutions, such as election supervisory boards and the courts. More

Source: Trump’s Bid to Stop the Count Risks Turning America into an ‘Illiberal Democracy’ like Turkey – CounterPunch.org

If Trump Tries to Hijack the Election, We Must Be Ready to Resist 

For nearly four years, we have been laser focused on November 3, 2020, the day that Donald Trump could be voted out of office. In all likelihood, however, the election will not be decided that evening as it has in the past (with the notable exception of the 2000 election). That is because in order to protect themselves against COVID-19, a record number of people will forego the polls and mail their ballots, which take longer to count.

Source: If Trump Tries to Hijack the Election, We Must Be Ready to Resist | Portside