Parody Website With Embarrassing Photos of Joe Biden Tops His Official Campaign Page On Google

Search “Joe Biden website” on Google. Go ahead, we’ll wait.

You’ll get an ad, a few videos, his Wikipedia page, his Facebook and Twitter links, the standard stuff. And you’ll get “Joe Biden For President 2020.”

Makes sense — the guy is running for president.


But if you look closely, you’ll see the address is (not or And if you click on it, hoo boy, are you in for a surprise.

The site looks like an official campaign page — a photo of a smiling Biden, arms crossed, a link on the side hyping “New T-Shirts!”

Then you read the text next to the photo.

Uncle Joe is back and ready to take a hands-on approach to America’s problems! Joe Biden has a good feel for the American people and knows exactly what they really want deep down. He’s happy to open up and reveal himself to voters and will give a pounding to anybody who gets in his way!

What the….?

Scroll down a bit more and you’ll see a slew of photos and videos of Handsy Joe all but groping women and children.

Then there are a few Joe-isms.

“I promise you, the president has a big stick.” — JOE BIDEN, APRIL 2012 (Referring to Obama)

“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.” — JOE BIDEN, JAN 2007 (Referring to Obama)

But what you won’t see on the first page of a Google search is the official Biden campaign page.

“The internet snafu suggests the Biden campaign is having early difficulty with its digital operation,” CNBC writes. “That could pose trouble for the 76-year-old as he competes in a field that has already proven to be savvy with new tools for online outreach and fundraising.”

The problem has also emerged despite the Biden campaign’s prolific spending on Google.

An online tracker maintained by the progressive digital advertising firm ACRONYM shows the Biden campaign has spent more than $360,000 on Google platforms, racking up more spending on the site than all the other candidates in the crowded field except Sen. Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana. …

In response to an inquiry from CNBC submitted through the parody website’s contact form, the person behind it wrote that they identify as “closest to a libertarian.” The person said they are an American citizen and that they have not been contacted by any candidate or organization about the website.

“I would assume Biden’s campaign knows about it though by now,” the person wrote. “I get thousands of Biden supporters coming to the site every day who fail to realize that it is a parody — asking for volunteer information, donation information, suggestions on how to handle the [Anita Hill] situation, or criticizing his use of ‘All men are created equal’ — no joke.”

To make matters worse, links to a White House page titled “Trump Administration Accomplishments.”

Oh no, Joe.

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