With mainstream news outlets tripping over themselves to declare Democratic candidate Joe Biden the winner of the U.S. presidential election, rogue states, terrorists, and hostile foreign powers are breathing a sigh of relief. Ignoring President Donald Trump’s legal challenge in several battleground states, they cheered the media-orchestrated coronation of the Biden-Harris ticket.  

China’s official mouthpiece Global Times welcomed the prospect of a Biden-Harris presidency. A Democrat-run White House offers “an opportunity for breakthroughs in resuming high-level communication and rebuilding mutual strategic trust between the two countries,” the Chinese Communist newspaper declared

People’s Daily, the official organ of the Chinese Communist Party, mocked President Trump’s tweet on Saturday claiming an electoral victory. The regime-run newspaper commented “Ha Ha” and added a grinning emoji. That tweet was apparently deleted after few hours. 

Iran, the world’s biggest sponsor of terrorism, also chose to attack President Trump while welcoming news reports claiming Biden’s victory. The regime and its proxies “stood their ground bravely until that coward left,” an aide to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tweeted in response to the media coverage.

Iran’s Vice-President Eshagh Jahangiri slammed “destructive U.S. policies” under the current president, which include Washington’s withdrawal from the Obama-Biden nuclear deal and imposition of stiff sanctions on the terror-supporting regime. “I hope we will see a change in the destructive policies of the United States,” he added

Palestinian politicians and terrorists were also among the first to rejoice. “The Trump era was the worst and salvation from him is an achievement,” a spokesperson for the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, said in a statement. Abbas’s comments expressing relief comes weeks after his Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh cautioned against President Trump winning the re-election. “God help us, the God help you [European Union] and the whole world if there are four more years of Trump,” the Palestinian leader warned a group of EU lawmakers last month.

A leading member of Gaza-based terrorist group Hamas, Khaled Mashaal, welcomed the news. “An evil has distanced itself from us with the end of the Trump administration,” the terrorist leader said who headed the jihadi group between 1996 and 2017.

The European Union and European leaders were not far behind. “I warmly congratulate Mr Joe Biden on his victory in the US presidential election and look forward to meeting him at the earliest possible opportunity,” European Commission President  Ursula von der Leyen said in a statement. “The European Union and the United States are friends and allies, our citizens share the deepest of links.”

European powers, namely the United Kingdom, France, and Germany, are looking forward to the U.S. under Biden’s reign to join the Paris Climate Accord and endorse the climate change agenda, as well as the revival of the Iran nuclear deal, which opens up big investment opportunities for European companies in Iran’s regime-controlled oil and gas sectors.  

German Chancellor Angela Merkel was among the first European leaders to welcome the prospect of a Biden-Harris presidency. “Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States of America. I sincerely wish him the best of luck and every success and I would also like to congratulate Kamala Harris, the first female vice president-elect in the history of your country,” Merkel said in a statement. “I look forward to working with President Biden. Our trans-Atlantic friendship is indispensable if we are to deal with the major challenges of our time.” 

France and the UK also joined Germany in congratulating the Biden-Harris ticket. “The Americans have chosen their President. Congratulations Joe Biden and Kamala Harris! We have a lot to do to overcome today’s challenges. Let’s work together!” Macron tweeted.

“Congratulations to Joe Biden on his election as President of the United States and to Kamala Harris on her historic achievement,” the U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted. “The U.S. is our most important ally and I look forward to working closely together on our shared priorities, from climate change to trade and security.”

The UK opposition politician, Nigel Farage, reminded Prime Minister Johnson what a Biden presidency could mean for the country. “If Biden wins, look, he is strongly anti-Brexit,” Farage said. “I would even argue he’s anti-Britain.”

“The prospects of a trade deal between the UK and the US under a Biden presidency are very low,” the former Brexit campaigner added.” More than four years after the Brexit referendum, the UK has failed to finalize the terms of its exit from the EU, a prerequisite for an independent trade deal with the U.S. and other nations. 

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, another leading advocate of the globalist agenda, also issued a congratulatory statement, vowing to “advance peace and inclusion, economic prosperity, and climate action around the world.”

The EU and European political class is thrilled at the prospect of a Biden-Harris presidency undoing President Trump’s legacy and signing up to their internationalist agenda at the cost of U.S. national interests. This would mean the resumption of billion of dollars in annual payments to the United Nations and allied bodies, including the scandal-mired World Health Organisation (WHO) and Palestinian ‘refugee’ agency UNRWA. 

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