A reversal of Biden's projected win implies, as I wrote, something of a revolution. In history civil wars have been launched by one-third of the population, but winning them without recourse to secession is certainly rare, and a change installed by only one-third of the population is not a revolution at all. Certainly, any Trumper "explosion" would have to be entirely grassroots, as the media wouldn't cover it any more than they covered Trump's historic speech, and it would have to be nearly clandestine, as Facebook and Twitter are now so incredibly and heavily censored. Finally, the US is imperialist and thus there is no revolution possible at all - Trumper or otherwise - they are barely able to have a functioning "democracy with imperialist characteristics".
I can report that despite what a disaster United States political culture truly is the US system - like it or not - certainly seems to be democratically supported by the (highly propagandised) majority, therefore the world is obligated to respect its processes and results.
The problem for the entire world is that many inside the US do not or will not support the processes surrounding this 2020 presidential election, and that implies either broken processes or a broken culture.
When the imperial hegemon's culture is broken that is either cause for concern or celebration, depending on your class. And maybe the US is not broken, but just breaking?
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