White House Gives Biden a New Nickname
Since quite some time ago, the term “Let’s Go, Brandon” has established itself as a frequent way of referring to the President. It goes without saying that most people consider this to be an insulting term. As a direct response to this, the White House in the year 2022 has made an effort to “re-brand” the President with the help of a new meme that has gained a significant amount of popularity.
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And it’s a variant of the original term that’s getting a lot of pushback because people aren’t happy with it. Andrew Bates, a deputy press secretary for the White House, tweeted various memes, including one that stated “the nonsense will cease.” He also added one that has been subjected to a great deal of criticism for maybe being too similar to the imagery of an eagle that was employed by the Nazi Party in Germany.
It’s possible that this was done by accident, but the new “nickname” for the president might quickly become popular on the left. The phrase “The dark Brandon rises” is beginning to make its way among left-leaning social media accounts; however, it has a ways to go before it achieves the same level of popularity as “Let’s go, Brandon.” The motif of the eagle was swiftly appropriated by conservatives as well.
It’s interesting to note that Alec Sears, a digital staffer for the Republican National Committee, mentioned that “Dark Brandon” was originally “Chinese propaganda.” It should come as no surprise that the person who designed the image has defended it by claiming that the eagle was merely intended to represent the bald eagle. The term “Dark Brandon” first seemed to be used by Biden supporters in March, when it began to spread around the internet. They were brainstorming ideas for a whole new, more “edgy” moniker.
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And if the White House gets behind it, then it might get more attention, but it might or might not enhance Biden’s approval rating. If the White House gets behind it, then it might receive more attention.