Trump shares F— Biden’ meme on Fourth of July to diss Biden’s lack of supporters
The 77-year-old ex-president expressed his views on Truth Social, a social media platform, by posting a meme on Tuesday. The meme showcased a flag with the phrase “F— Biden,” while criticizing the current president for lacking visible and vocal supporters.
“81 million votes …. and I’ve never seen a pro Biden hat, shirt or flag in my life,” the meme said.
“True: No Biden hats anywhere. Never seen one!” Trump captioned the meme, which he posted at 2:24 a.m.
In the morning, just after 9 a.m., Trump shared a conventional message to commemorate Independence Day. He conveyed his wishes, stating, “Happy FOURTH OF JULY to everyone. We are putting in diligent efforts to regain control of our country and restore its greatness with the slogan MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. The upcoming 2024 Election represents our final and significant opportunity!”
Trump’s devoted supporters have become famous for proudly donning red hats bearing the slogan “Make America Great Again” as a visible demonstration of their allegiance to the 45th president.
They have additionally employed the expression “Let’s Go Brandon” as a rallying cry, cleverly substituting it for “F— Joe Biden.”
On the same Tuesday, the former president posted a dystopian picture portraying him standing in front of a blazing White House. The image was accompanied by the caption “Trump was right.”
Furthermore, another “Retruth” image depicted the iconic “Hollywood” sign replaced by the message “Trump Won.”
Trump’s Independence Day greeting didn’t directly insult anyone while Biden simply wished his followers
Trump’s Independence Day greeting was devoid of any indirect insults directed towards “haters and losers,” a characteristic that has been present in some of his previous holiday messages.
“Happy Father’s Day to all, including the Radical Left, RINOs, and other Losers of the world. Hopefully, eventually, everyone will come together,” he wrote in June 2021.
In contrast, Biden chose not to engage in provocative rhetoric with his Independence Day social media posts and instead offered a straightforward message on Twitter, saying, “Happy Fourth, America.”