For now, former Vice President Joe Biden is going to be the next President of the United States, defeating incumbent Donald Trump.
On Saturday, November 7, 2020, Joe Biden was named the 46th president of the United States of America after defeating Donald Trump in what was a tight battle for the White House. It was on that had everyone’s eyes on for several days.
President Trump will still have legal battles in swing states like Georgia, Pennsylvania, and others, but all indications are that the race is over the Biden has won.
New Orleans Saints players seemed thankful with the results and many took to Twitter to share their thoughts including Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Jordan who was very happy with the results.
Jordan also went on to praise Americans for voting in the first female and African American Vice President Kamala Harris.
Marcus Davenport was also a player on the Saints who retweeted a pro-Biden tweet that stated “Today is a good day. It’s easier to be a parent this morning. Character matters. Being a good person matters. This is a big deal. Today is a good day.”
Other Saints payer who posted pro-Biden tweets were running back Ty Montgomery and Justin Hardee who released his opinion stating this tweet.
Overall the news of the election went over well with the athletes on the Saints as well as many others across the NFL. After a tough offseason chemistry-wise, the Saints have been able to work through their issues and are one of the league’s most dominant teams.
That said, it wasn’t just the Saints. Athletes from all over took to their feed to show love for the new President. LeBron James, who was very active on Twitter, was among the most notable to show his support.
The Saints, whether out of excitement for the new President or disrespect from many around the league, went out and pummeled the Bucs on Sunday night future. For the Saints and United States, it’s been a good week.