President-Elect Biden To Host Virtual Inauguration Parade To Minimize Crowds

Cropped Adam Schultz / Biden for President / (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

WASHINGTON – The pandemic has certainly changed how we host events, and that includes President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration.

Members of the inaugural committee say there will be a virtual parade after Biden is sworn-in to minimize crowds.

This will certainly be a historic ceremony as the nation watches Biden and the first woman, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, take office.

But they’re urging people not to travel to D.C. and instead watch the event in person on January 20.

The televised, virtual parade will celebrate American heroes and reflect on our nation’s diversity and heritage. The event will also feature performances in communities across the country.

Performers will be announced in the coming weeks.


1 Comment

  1. This is because NO ONE will come, …. he held rallies with no more than 10 people in “someone’s backyard”,… everywhere he went less than 50 people would show up, NO ENTHUSIASM for this guy…

    he doesn’t even have 23 million followers on Twitter, but yet got 80 million votes….

    The VP he picked trailed at .06% in her own party before she dropped out of the race for the presidency…

    “Come On Man”…….

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