Democrats Paint Joe Biden Orange in Not-Very-Subtle Attempt to Make Him Look Cool

You wouldn’t be exaggerating to say that the Democrat Party is currently in a little bit of disarray. After Joe Biden’s incredible debate performance last week, nobody even knows who is in charge of the party.

Is it Jill Biden? Barack Obama? Hillary Clinton? Kamala Harris? Nobody knows!

In a move that is sure to reassure voters, the White House painted Joe Biden orange and then wheeled him out to read some brief remarks off a teleprompter.

Yes. They painted him orange.

It goes without saying that the meme makers on the internet had a field day with the new Bad Orange Man.

Joe Biden looked like a pasty-white geriatric with one foot in the grave in last week’s debate. So, they decided that a bad spray tan and copious amounts of make-up would be the best move to help project some strength from the old codger.

The Orange Biden managed to stand there for four whole minutes while reading from the teleprompter. Then he shuffled away without taking any questions from the press, which is pretty standard for him these days.

If he takes questions, he’s likely to start spouting gibberish.

Watch as comedian Mark Dice has a field day with Joe Biden’s new orange look and all the memes that are being created in response to it.

CNN is going to be very busy fact checking all the “cheap fakes” after this White House stunt…


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