Joe Biden Dragged For Bizarre Super Bowl Tweet

President Joe Biden had an……interesting reaction to the Kansas City Chiefs winning the Super Bowl.

The Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes pulled off a stunning overtime victory to secure the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LVIII over the 49ers.

While the quality of football wasn't the best, it was still a great game in terms of the stakes and the back and forth. Even if you don't love the Chiefs, it was wild to watch unfold.

Most people celebrated by maybe drinking another beer and then heading to bed given the late hour the game ended. How did Joe Biden celebrate?

With an absolutely wild tweet for the ages.

Joe Biden ripped for weird Super Bowl tweet.

The President (or whatever intern runs his account these days) shared a tweet leaning into the Dark Brandon memes with the caption, "Just like we drew it up."

Totally normal. Definitely not cringe or weird at all, and definitely not sent by a staffer seeing as how it went up presumably hours after Joe Biden went to bed for the night.

As you'd expect, the President was immediately roasted in hilarious fashion by just about anyone with internet access and an X account.

Enjoy some of the hits below, and let me know your thoughts at

Why, Joe? Why was this necessary? The Dark Brandon meme/identity is weird to begin with. The premise is that the President is some kind of villain capable of outwitting all his foes.

Are we really sure that's how the President should present himself to the world? As an unstoppable villain? We all know the answer is no.

Furthermore, the situation is more ridiculous because everyone knows Joe Biden isn't cooking up these tweets. His staffers are and for some reason, they chose this bizarre take instead of just a normal tweet.

Last week was a disaster for Biden after a special counsel report questioned his memory and he followed that up with a press conference that went off the rails. I guess he needed to hit the trifecta with getting publicly roasted as well.

Never change, Joe. Never change. He's truly a content machine for all the wrong reasons. Let me know your thoughts on this strange tweet at

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David Hookstead is a reporter for OutKick covering a variety of topics with a focus on football and culture. He also hosts of the podcast American Joyride that is accessible on Outkick where he interviews American heroes and outlines their unique stories. Before joining OutKick, Hookstead worked for the Daily Caller for seven years covering similar topics. Hookstead is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.