Saturday, April 20, 2024

Dark Brandon Releases Cringy Video to Peddle Campaign Merch

'A cup of Joe never tasted any better... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The Biden administration released a line of merchandise attempting to co-opt the infamous “Dark Brandon” meme on the day of former President Donald Trump’s arraignment, along with a cringe-worthy video announcement.

“A cup of Joe never tasted any better,” Biden said. “I like my coffee dark.”

The camera then cut to the coffee cup with the “Dark Brandon” eyes.

The Biden-Harris campaign is selling the mugs on their website for the Bidenflation-adjusted price of $22, according to Red State.

Several Twitter users responded to the video, pointing out the increased price in coffee since Biden took office.

“The price of coffee in the US has gone up 32.9% since Biden took office,” The Maine Wire said.

Twitter users also pointed out the hypocrisy of Biden using his platform to sell merchandise to boost his campaign, when Democrats bashed Trump family members for promoting Goya Foods.

Ivanka Trump, daughter of the former president, was accused of issuing a commercial endorsement for Goya after the CEO of the food purveyor came out in support of then-President Trump.

Leftists responded to the post in a feverish rage, looking high and low for excuses to accuse the Trumps of unethical activity.

“It would be hard for Ivanka Trump to argue that her post was in a personal capacity now,” said Jordan Libowitz, communications director for the far-left activist group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, in a statement following the Goya episode, according to CNN.

“As for President Trump, unlike those who work for him, the President is exempted from many of the laws and rules we count on to enforce ethics in government,” Libowitz groused. “This administration has proved that to be a mistake.”

This lack of consistency has become commonplace through this administration, despite multiple promises to restore “decency” to the White House.

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