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Bye, Drumpf: Reclaiming a Divided America

Street Riders NYC gathered at Barclays Center, Brooklyn last Saturday to commemorate the ousting of Donald Trump by President-elect Joe Biden and protest for 'Black Lives Matter'.  Over the weekend, there were jubilant celebrations of dancing, singing, and honking of car horns across major cities like New York City and Philadelphia, and swing states such as Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.  Though Republicans will argue otherwise, it was confirmed after four nerve-wrecking days that kept Americans on the edge of their seats post-election day  —  Joe Biden will be the 46th president of the United States and Kamala Harris will be the first woman vice president in the history of the country.  Amidst the celebrations, I was most surprised to see the American flag being used as a symbol of triumph against Trump and what he represented  —  a metaphor for reclaiming America from the right. 

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