John Rich Loses Bet On Biden Presidency, Donates $10,000 To Military Charity

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A man of his word.

On election night, John Rich was pretty confident that Joe Biden was never going to set foot into the White House. The votes were counted, Joe Biden was declared the winner, and John was still confident that the Supreme Court would overturn the elections results and that Donald Trump would remain the President.

The day after the election, he shared this tweet.

Then in December, after the Supreme Court declined to hear the case on Pennsylvania’s election results, John Rich ponied up $10,000 grand, betting that Biden would never being sworn in as President of the United States.

And regardless of your political affiliations, the odds were STACKED against John, but nevertheless, the bet was made.

And yesterday, Biden was sworn in as the President, and John made good on his bet.

He donated $10,000 to Fold Of Honor, a nonprofit organization that provides educational scholarships to families of military servicemen and women who have fallen or been disabled while on active duty in the United States Armed Forces.

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