“Across the country, anxiety is growing…” “One of the most controversial elections in history…” “… and a pandemic that has transformed the way the nation votes…” “This is Pennsylvania, a victory essential for Trump, his lead. was … “” Votes are being counted in the states that will decide this election … “” Let’s take a look at Arizona now … “” Try to undermine this election … “” We’re at a tipping point … Vice President Joe Biden will win Pennsylvania … “” … shows no sign of conceding … ” [overlapping sound] “I would say the mood and energy of this election would be very chaotic.” “Unfortunately, no one is listening and everyone is talking.” “I think the most important thing is just the relief. All political ads are over. Everyone I know is just done with this. “This is the suburbs over here, so you have that split vote, people feel disenfranchised one way or another.” “There is a lot of inequality in this country, huge, you know. We judge ourselves by our appearance. We hide behind our social networks. “” One thing we’ve strayed from is having an open discussion of ideas. And I think Pinellas is such a swing zone, it’s because we have this type of talk, we have things to do, you know. “And they were teaching people to hate our country…” “Do you want to shut up?” “… 47 years since you haven’t done anything, they understand …” “You are the worst president America has ever had.” “I am a patriot. It doesn’t matter who is in office, I respect that. But like it’s going on now, oh my god it’s like a bunch of chickens fighting. “The past four years have left me wanting more.” “It was a lot of anxiety that drove up to this point.” “I want people to have more confidence in government, to have more confidence in political leaders and the people we elect.” “The politics are pretty divided and things look really dark. But, you know, as a person of color, things have always been a little dark. “I don’t think we are focusing enough on the environment. We sure don’t focus enough on, you know, the underdog. We are just not doing enough to help people. “Donald Trump has a deadly hold on the grassroots …” “… The Democratic Party wants to make us a socialist nation …” “Donald Trump is fighting some of the most gullible voters in history. “” The silent majority. ” “… against the truth …” “It feels like Central America is just being told to shut up, sit there and vote left.” “I voted for Trump and I would do it again. There is nothing that he does not represent in who I am. “We weren’t necessarily going to vote for Joe Biden before, you know, maybe May or June. And at that point, Covid was really horrible. “I voted for Donald Trump despite the problems I have with him. Just mainly for economic policy and for positions on international affairs. “I mean, it’s difficult because neither side is really representative of a hyper-progressive position that I would appreciate.” “I don’t want to live in a socialist country. Not at all. It was my main goal. Second, at the moment I think the economy is excellent. He’s making a huge comeback. And I think Trump was the man to do it and keep it going. “This country… it’s scary how many states have voted for Trump. I thought we were going, he would, that Biden would win in a landslide. And it is shocking. I’m shocked. “” It was a tough election for me, honestly. I always voted Republican. I didn’t vote Republican this time. I voted Democratic because I don’t like Donald Trump. “He there are drawbacks to both. And because of that, I personally did not do enough research to vote. As for family, I have a family that supports Trump. But I … I don’t couldn’t. “Well, whoever stood out he was for the little guy. Biden, because he’s got his feet on the ground.” Part of a deeply divided country is celebrating this week. ” “The Biden-Harris campaign has the most radical platform…” “And Donald Trump has shown us time and time again how he feels about our community.” “… completely sick of identity politics, that’s garbage …” “… a racist …” “When I was a young woman, you know, we used to talk about elections all the time. But we don’t do it anymore. “I think Democrats are a little more open-minded, you know, just seeing the other side, thinking critically, and it just seems like voters on the other side, just like, ‘C ‘is like that.’ “” I would love to talk to my friends on the other side, but it gets too … heated. “And that’s really bad. That stops the conversation we need to have, but we don’t. We don’t. We don’t. “A reshaped Republican Party, grappling with what its future holds.” “… the president is now wrapped in this fantasy that the election is still in progress.” “He is ignoring a pandemic that is ongoing.” “… talked about unity, what they’re pushing for …” “… divided country … pay all this pain.” “Heck yeah, united country counts. I mean, c ‘is America. I hope my liberal friends are right. I still love them all the same. “I don’t think we’ll be unified at all.” “Honestly, it’s probably going to get a bit worse before it gets better.” “I don’t feel against anyone who chooses Trump. They have their reasons for doing what they do, like I have my reasons for voting for who I voted. “” And I will respect the president no matter who he is. And that’s different from Trump. He had no respect from anyone who was against him. And I think that’s wrong. “I don’t think we’ll ever get there. We’ve always been divided. “America is America. But I’m looking on the bright side and there are a lot of good people here. A lot.” “Yes, it is important that we are a united country. If we don’t stand up for something, we will fall for anything.