Joe Biden Social Media

‘Dark Brandon’ Trolls The MAGA Faithful After Kansas City Wins The Super Bowl In Overtime

Shortly after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in overtime to win Super Bowl 58, the Twitter account linked to President Joe Biden decided to take a mocking victory lap and have fun with the Taylor Swift-Travis Kelce conspiracy theories that have been circulating on social media for weeks.

One of those bizarre conspiracy theories was explored by Fox News on Sunday.

In an interview with MTV News from 2009, Swift explained why she often drew the number 13 on her hand before performances. 

“I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first No. 1 song had a 13-second intro,” she revealed. 

“Every time I’ve won an award I’ve been seated in either the 13th seat, the 13th row, the 13th section or row M, which is the 13th letter.”

But wait, it gets even crazier.

This year’s Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas is the 58th in its history. Keen-eyed fans noticed that when you add 5 to 8, you get 13.

Fans also noticed that the date of this year’s Super Bowl is Feb. 11, which can be written as 2/11. Two plus 11 equals 13.

Additionally, the team facing the Chiefs is the 49ers. Take four and add it to nine, and you get Swift’s lucky 13. 

Also, there are numerous whispers on the internet that both Swift and her boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce of the Chiefs, will soon endorse Biden for reelection, setting off a wave of support from young voters.

All of that led Biden to post this on Twitter when the Super Bowl ended:

Donald Trump Joe Biden Supreme Court

Dark Brandon Supremely Trolls The Former Guy When Donnie Takes Credit For A Court Ruling

In a desperate attempt to make sure that right-wing evangelical voters don’t abandon him in the 2024 presidential race, failed and indicted former president Donald Trump is trying to let the world know that it was his three appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court that led to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, an issue that is likely to cost Republicans millions of votes in next year’s general election, especially among independent voters.

Trump was goaded into making a statement on the SCOTUS decision after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) signed a six-week ban on abortion in the Sunshine State telling reporters, “I signed the bill. I was proud to do it. He (Trump) won’t answer whether he would sign it or not.”

That drew a sharp response from Trump on his failing Truth Social site, where he wrote:

“After 50 years of failure, with nobody coming even close, I was able to kill Roe v. Wade, much to the ‘shock’ of everyone, and for the first time put the Pro Life movement in a strong negotiating position over the Radicals that are willing to kill babies even into their 9th month, and beyond. Without me there would be no 6 weeks, 10 weeks, 15 weeks, or whatever is finally agreed to. Without me the pro Life movement would have just kept losing. Thank you President TRUMP!!!”

Of course, two Republicans trying to be more extreme than the other on the issue of a woman’s right to decide what to do with her body is exactly what Democrats are hoping will be foremost in the minds of voters when they go to cast their ballots. If it is, the GOP nominee is likely toast and President Joe Biden will be reelected.

Trump’s post led Biden’s Twitter account to make a reply that was clearly meant to troll Trump and pin the title of abortion extremist on the former guy.

“That’s about as clear as it gets. Donald Trump and MAGA Republicans are responsible for killing Roe v. Wade. And if you vote for them, they’ll go even further.”

Yes, it seems that Dark Brandon is indeed back, and he’s ready for Trump, DeSantis, or whatever clown the GOP winds up nominating.


Elections GOP Joe Biden U.S. Senate

‘Dark Brandon’ Strikes Again: Masterfully Trolls Rick Scott On His Plan To Cut Social Security

President Joe Biden has found the perfect Republican foil as the midterm election draws closer by the day.

For weeks now, Biden has been aiming his rhetoric at Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), who serves as chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, remarking in a speech he gave last month:

“Rick Scott, the – who heads up the ultra-MAGA agenda for the Republicans, he’s the head of the Senate campaign committee for the Republicans. … He said – he thinks everyone in America should pay taxes – not more taxes – everyone in America should pay taxes. All those folks making less than $100,000 a year, if they have some exemption, they should have to pay net more taxes. Average increase expected to be $1,200 bucks for every American under that amount.

“Well, beyond that, he says that we should try to be in a situation where we – Congress, every five years, has to affirmatively vote to maintain Social Security, which you paid for your whole life. You have to affirmatively vote. It comes up – if it’s not positively voted for, it’s gone, it’s eliminated. And you think I’m making this up; it’s not. It’s the only written Republican platform so far.”

As Chris Cillizza notes in a piece he wrote for CNN, Biden is making Scott the face of the midterms, and that’s a big problem for the GOP because virtually everything the Florida Republican says has been landing like a lead balloon:

Recent Democratic polling gains in the generic congressional ballot, as well as improvements in Biden’s job approval rating, are due to the growing sense that the 2022 election isn’t going to be a referendum on Biden and Democrats, but rather a choice between the visions of governance laid out by the opposing parties.

And now Biden has trolled Scott on Twitter, laying a nasty burn on him while again reminding voters that Republicans want to take a chainsaw to entitlement programs such as Social Security.

Scott brought the latest humiliation on himself, trying to mock the president with this posting:

Biden responded.

Dark Brandon is killing it, and we still have a month and a half until November. This is going to be fun to watch.

Elections GOP Joe Biden

‘Dark Brandon’ Hilariously Mocks Republicans For Their Blatant Hypocrisy: ‘They Ain’t Got No Shame’

As the 2022 midterm elections draw closer by the day, President Joe Biden continues to remind voters that while Republicans love to brag about the things they’ve done for them over the past two years, the reality is starkly different than what they’re claiming.

At a campaign even on Thursday, HuffPost reports, Biden pointed to the massive infrastructure bill passed by Congress earlier this year that many in the GOP are now trying to appropriate as their own, even though the vast majority of them voted against it.

The $1.2 trillion bill to improve roads, bridges, ports, water systems, high-speed internet and more passed with the help of 13 Republicans in the House and 19 in the Senate.

“We got a little help from Republicans. Not a lot, but enough to get it passed. But the truth is, there are a lot more Republicans taking credit for that bill than actually voted for it.”

And that’s when Biden used a hilarious impression of those same Republicans who had voted one way and then glommed onto it when it became clear their constituents supported the measure:

“Now we’re gonna build this new bridge here. We’re all for it. And, by the way, this new road,” he said, before reverting to his normal voice: “I love ’em, man. They ain’t got no shame. They don’t have any shame.”

Dark Brandon is back:

Thursday night’s comments, including his voice-switching gimmick, are part of a more recent pattern from Biden, a feisty side that supporters have taken to calling “Dark Brandon.”

That refers to the “Brandon” nickname once used as an insult against the president by conservatives, now coopted by his supporters on the left: