I admit I was very relieved when the press called the 2020 election for Joe Biden on Saturday. I felt relieved and happy all day, although unlike some people I didn't go out and dance in the street. This was a major change from the 2016 election, in which I was happy all election day until the votes started piling up for Trump in the evening. After it was clear he had won, I spent about three days in a sort of stunned coma, before I recovered enough to resume normal life. I had a really bad feeling about that presidency, and it gives me no satisfaction at all to realize I was right.
Now, 2 days after the election was called, my elation has subsided. They're still counting votes, but it's clear that Biden is winning both the electoral college and the popular vote, by solid margins. But Trump is still there, and he's refusing to concede, claiming election officials are concealing massive voter fraud and Democrats are conspiring to "steal" the election from him. Unless someone can eliminate his Twitter feed, we'll never be rid of him.
I'm also disappointed in the Democrats. I can't quite identify what they did wrong, but they were convinced they were going to sweep both houses, and I think it went to their heads. As it is, the Republicans are on the edge of retaining a Senate majority and the Democrats have lost seats in the house, and we're facing another 4 years of Mitch McConnell refusing to do anything the President or the Democrats - or the people of the United States - want him to do.