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These Joe Biden Memes Are Hilarious And Just What This Country Needs Right Now

Joe Biden, Obama Duo Charm Internet One Last Time Before Leaving White House

Joe Biden is, in popular imagination, America’s favorite uncle—or perhaps uncle-through-marriage. He isn’t the fat, orange racist who annually disgraces the Thanksgiving table. He isn’t the weird one who got super into Jesus after Desert Storm. He’s the laidback, pot-smoking, air-headed and occasionally bumbling sort. The kind of person who’s always looking to get a rise out of the right people.

The real Joe Biden has done little to propagate this image—but then again, it is the utter lack of pandering which endears us Millennial swine to politicians, from Joe and Obama to Bernie Sanders and Gary Johnson. We’re free to fill in the gaps with joints and shades and plumbuses of all sorts. And somewhere over the course of these eight years, Mr. Biden was certified Dank.

So while the world enters its greatest period of international uncertainty since World War II, let’s temporarily suspend our existential dread and enjoy these dank-ass Joe Biden memes. I’m not sure how things are going in D.C. right about now—but I’d sure like to believe the following memes capture the spirit.

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A personal favorite:

Another favorite:

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You’ve seen this one already, but it’s worth including the masterful pun by George Takei:

In conclusion, I’ll leave you with a few choice quotes from the real Joe Biden, an accomplished statesman and deceptively eloquent orator.

We didn’t crumble after 9/11. We didn’t falter after the Boston Marathon. But we’re America. Americans will never, ever stand down. We endure. We overcome. We own the finish line.

 

For too long in this society, we have celebrated unrestrained individualism over common community.

 

No fundamental social change occurs merely because government acts. It’s because civil society, the conscience of a country, begins to rise up and demand – demand – demand change.

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Timothy Bertrand is an author and journalist from Houston, Texas. He is the Associate Editor at Reverb Press and splits his time between covering breaking news and penning thoughtful literary essays.

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