Deepfake: Joe Biden Hosts ‘The Price Is Rising’ Game Show

We always knew that the meme makers were going to start having a field day at some point in 2024 election. How could they not? Mockery is one of the best weapons against the Democrat totalitarians in our society.

Plus, we can all use a good laugh occasionally when things are going so poorly in the country.

The video below was originally a skit created by the Babylon Bee. It’s titled “The Price is Rising,” a play on the popular game show hosted for decades by Bob Barker.

The Babylon Bee used an actor to impersonate Joe Biden as the host of the show, and it’s a spoof on how terrible the economy is doing under Biden.

However, a meme creator used AI to insert a very creepy, artificially made version of Joe Biden in the place of the actor in the original video. The result is pretty hilarious, especially when the AI Biden keeps going haywire and spouts indecipherable gibberish. It’s like a Joe Biden press conference in a lot of ways.

 

It kind of makes you wonder if Congress is going to step in at some point and nip this whole AI thing in the bud. A few years from now, as the technology continues improving, it’s not hard to imagine a time when the internet is flooded with deepfake videos made by the FBI to smear populist candidates.

At any rate, enjoy this updated version of “The Price is Rising”…


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