The Brief: We've selected a sampling of Joe Biden 2020 memes made by supporters to show off his strength as a candidate in fun, creative, and shareable ways.
Biden 2020 Memes: By The Numbers
While memes don’t win elections by themselves, they certainly can play a role in influencing voters. While many pro-Biden posts and memes may not be labeled with these hashtags or included in these groups, here are the stats on a few of the top Joe Biden hashtags, groups, and forums.
Official Pages & Sources
- @joebiden – 1.5 m followers
- r/JoeBiden – 9,300 members
- Joe Biden Channel – 13,100 subscribers
Catch The Joementum
After Biden won 458 delegates on Super Tuesday, supporters have been celebrating his “Joementum” via memes and social media posts.
— Judeo-Islamic Values 🌐🍦 (@mizrachhatichon) March 5, 2020
— 𖤐 jen. 🤍 🛹 (@yugazin) March 4, 2020
A reference to House Majority Whip and South Carolina Represenntative Jim Clyburn’s endorsement of Biden:
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Biden Bro Memes
During the Obama presidency, memes depicting Biden and Obama as pals, with Biden portrayed as a silly sidekick were particularly popular. Some Biden supporters have been bringing back these “Biden Bro” memes during the 2020 election to show support for their candidate.
During an Iowa tour in December 2019 in Iowa, Joe Biden rode around in a bus with the phrase “No Malarkey,” which corresponded with a Twitter hashtag #NoMalarkey. Somewhat of a catchphrase for the former vice president, “no malarkey” has been used both in memes that support him and ones that mock him. Here are a few anti-malarkey, pro-Biden memes:
I'm sorry that a Biden bro said "pee pee poo poo" in your mentions but my best friend is currently dying of Malarkey, so have some perspective
— Himbos for Joe🌈😎🍦 (@BearCurd) March 5, 2020