Biden town hall prompts ‘Beavis and Butthead’ comparisons
President Biden is being dragged on social media after a moment in his CNN town hall performance that has users comparing him to the cartoon “Beavis and Butthead.”
While listening to a question from CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Biden stood on the stage with his arms bent in front of him and fists closed. Dozens of netizens took to Twitter sharing an image of Biden in the position along with a picture of Beavis, who is known for the trademark jittery pose.
Beavis as “Cornholio”Paramount
Social media personality and commentator Mike Cernovich tweeted a video of Biden with his arms bent and asked, “What is Biden doing?”
What is Biden doing? pic.twitter.com/poBaKErVp5
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 22, 2021
(TLB) header featured image (edited) credit: President Joe Biden compared to Beavis from ‘Beavis and Butthead’ (Twitter) and CNN screen shot. Composite by (TLB) editors
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