We're now two weeks after the 2020 election, so where do things stand?
In the meantime, President Trump and many of his voters are not conceding this election. Rather, they are currently contesting the results in about six swing states with investigations and lawsuits. There is of course recent precedent for this. In 2000, the Presidential contest between George W. Bush and Al Gore was not decided for some 37 days after the election itself. Gore did not concede the election (not that that is legally necessarily at all) until that period of time was over.
That being the case, what's the problem with taking 5 or 6 weeks to work through the post-election process before prematurely declaring anyone the President-elect? None that I can see. Therefore, as of now, I do not consider Joe Biden to be the President-Elect, and I don't see anything wrong or abnormal or disrespectful about that.
Many people on the ideological Left in this country would like to imagine that we are to an historical turning point where the formal electoral procedures laid out in the Constitution can be safely ignored.
At least half of the country disagrees with that. Ferociously. Adamantly. Defiantly.
So let's all chill for a few weeks. There's no rush here. Let's do this right.