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MAYDAY! Joe Biden Parody Website Is More Popular Than Real Campaign Website On Google


Biden does not stand a chance against Trump in 2020. In fact, it appears that as of now, he’s losing in the realm of the internet!

People see right through Sleepy (or Creepy Uncle) Joe, so much so that a parody website of his campaign is, at the moment, beating Biden’s real campaign website in Google’s search ranking!

The parody site is called and highlights the best of the former VP, including gifs and videos of his “touchy-feely” moments along with details of the questionable decisions he’s made during his political career.

Check out this hilarious news that is circulating on Twitter:

Fox News has more details about the parody site that is as of now more popular on Google than Biden's real one:

Joe Biden may be leading in 2020 Democraticprimary polls, but he’s struggling to get a footing in the digital space, with a parody anti-Biden website featuring him touching women and girls being the top search result on Google.

Many social media users pointed out in recent days that Biden’sofficial 2020 campaign website is hard to find in a Google search – instead parody website is topping the results, giving an impression that it’s the main site.

The website, which looks like a campaign site, features images and GIFs of Biden touching women and girls, a behavior for which he recently apologized after multiple women came forward detailing the uncomfortable encounters with him.

"Uncle Joe is back and ready to take a hands-on approach to America’s problems!" the site reads. "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!"

The website goes on to detail common criticisms of Biden’s track record as a U.S. senator, including his support for the 1994 crime bill that paved way to mass incarceration or his vote to support the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

It also features more recent controversies, including the alleged shady dealings in Ukraine, where Hunter Biden, his son, was employed at a Ukrainian energy company as a board member while the Obama administration was mulling a course of action amid Russia's invasion in Eastern Ukraine.

CNBCalso had the following to say about the hilarious website:

Joe Biden's presidential campaign is already sunk — at least on Google.


Users are reporting that the former vice president's official 2020 campaign page is nowhere to be found on the first page of results for the search term "Joe Biden."


Even worse for the Democratic front-runner: A realistic-looking parody site featuring images of Biden touching women and children appears to be doing quite well on Google and other major search engines, particularly for the search "Joe Biden website."

"Joe Biden has a good feel for the American people and knows exactly what they really want deep down," reads, the parody site. "He's happy to open up and reveal himself to voters and will give a pounding to anybody who gets in his way!"

Biden has been under scrutiny after a number of women made allegations that he touched them in ways that made them feel uncomfortable. After those allegations surfaced, Biden pledged to be more respectful.

Biden's campaign did not respond to a request for comment for this article.

The internet snafu suggests the Biden campaign is having early difficulty with its digital operation. 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.


While his official campaign page is absent, Google does prominently display an official Biden advertisement for Biden-related searches.


Meanwhile, links to a White House page titled "Trump Administration Accomplishments."


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