The viral film Abillboard of Vice President Kamala Harris and President Joe Biden has gone viral with the title Dumber beneath.
The comedy film of Jim Carrey starring Jeff Daniels in 1994 has been often referred to in politics and attributed as such to elected leaders.
It is believed that the billboard was in Richland County, Wisconsin. The response has been mixed.
The photo was shared by JonCover2 on Twitter to his more than 6,000 followers. It has been liked over 14,000 times, retweeted almost 3,000 times, and retweeted over 3000 times. Newsweek reached out to the original poster as well as Wisconsin officials for comments.
Many of the critics of the current administration enthusiastically responded to the billboard with their own photos of anti-Biden signs throughout the U.S.
One user wrote, “I drive by this frequently in southern Wisconsin. It makes me smile.
A second added comment: “This billboard will be needed anywhere from East to West coast.”
Another wrote, “I disagree – clearly Biden’s the dumber and Kamala the dumber.”
Another added: “Cool. I like to call the Sh**s or Giggles, but it works.”
One commenter, however, argued against mocking Harris and Biden. They wrote, “Talk about disrespect. These are your elected leaders. If it is possible, reaching a new low.
The billboard photo was also shared by PatriotTakes, a liberal Twitter account with over 430,000 followers.
This page’s comments tend to be more confused and negative.
One user on social media wrote that they have no personality other than worshipping their cult idol.
“Seriously, they wouldn’t have any problem with this administration even if they didn’t dethrone the king.”
Another wrote, “This is someone’s vanity project. It serves no purpose, except that they love it when they drive past.”
Since taking office , President Biden has had a significant decline in his approval rating. The President has also been subject to constant criticism by former President Donald Trump as well as his supporters.
During a Friday interview with Orlando’s WDBO Trump, Trump talked about the performance of the Biden administration.
He stated, “I would give them an F-, if permissible, an F minus.”
Biden’s 2024 plans was discussed by him as: “Look, He’s going to make a statement. And I don’t know who knows what their future holds.”
“Because, frankly speaking, things can and will happen to him and possibly things are already happening in his case.”
Biden stated that he would run for president again in 2024 in 2021 in the early part of 2021.
He stated that he would run for reelection in March. That is my expectation.
Redfield Strategies and Wilton Strategies published polling results for November regarding a hypothetical Trump-Biden matchup. Results showed that 44% of Americans would vote for Trump, while only 39% would support Biden.