Take a look at these funny Desi Twitter reactions to the nail-biting US elections 2020.
The entire world’s eyes are on America as the Presidential candidates’ Joe Biden and Donald Trump are having a cut-to-cut run in the US elections 2020. While Biden has reached a close to a majority, Trump has already filed a lawsuit against three states. The results have been quite overwhelming as the people of the US eagerly wait to welcome their new President. Trump also made claims that there’s been ballot fraud, particularly in mail-in votes. This led to various Trump supporters gathered and protest to stop the counting.
Even as the drama and eagerness of the whole US elections continue, one thing that has left everyone amused is the Desi interest in the matter. Although Indians will be least affected no matter who enters the White House, our Desi Twitter had their advice to share. This has led to a series of funny reactions and they are way more exciting than the elections.
Check out these desi reactions to US elections:
— Arun Lol (@dhaikilokatweet) November 4, 2020
— Tinu Cherian Abraham (@tinucherian) November 4, 2020
— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) November 3, 2020
Back in 2016, while the rest of the world was obsessing over Trump winning US Elections, Modiji decided to come on TV and cancel our currency.
Sweet sweet memories.
— Meghnad 🔗 (@Memeghnad) November 4, 2020
Both Biden and Trump have already declared their victory in #USElection
Americans right now: pic.twitter.com/f91kRzq1qV
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) November 4, 2020
India mei US election sirf House of Cards dekhne waalo ko samajh aa jaata hai.
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) November 4, 2020
In class 5 when we played bat ball there was a kid who used to take his bat and go home if he felt he was losing. That kid could be President.
— Lebrown James (@Naa_Cheese) November 4, 2020
Big Breaking: Devendra Fadnavis rushed in to Washington DC to take oath since the polls are unclear.
— Scotchy(Team) (@scotchism) November 4, 2020
— Santhosh Kotari (@Santhosh_Kotari) November 4, 2020
The kind of interest Indians have in US elections, it's a shame that we are not allowed to vote in their elections.😅😜#VOTE
— Sarcastic Code💻 (@codebite) November 3, 2020
— Disha Malik (@thestoryte11er_) November 4, 2020
— Arun 'Let's hope for the best' G (@aarungeorge) November 4, 2020