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The Tiny Donald Trump Meme May Be the Next Political Meme



Donald Trump

The Tiny Trump Apparently, former president Donald Trump is owning the nickname he’s been given by 2020 rival Joe Biden. The nickname was introduced by Biden while critiquing his rival in Chicago during a speech.

It is a knockoff of a poster depicting Aragorn from the 2003 movie The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. In Chicago, Biden was ridiculed for his remarks about Trump’s candidacy.

Tiny Donald Trump

Donald Trump

If you’ve been watching the news this week, you’ve probably seen one of the many photos and videos of President Donald  ‘Tiny Trump’ persona. These photos are edited to make Trump appear much smaller than his current size.

They have since become a popular Internet meme. While it’s possible that he’ll someday compete with Joe Biden as a meme, it seems unlikely.

But the Tiny meme may be the next political viral video that has staying power.

In an attempt to ridicule President Donald  insecurity, the internet has become flooded with Tiny images of the president.

First appearing on Reddit on Thursday, these pictures of the president were altered to make him look incredibly small. In the process, the president appears to be infantilized and stripped of the things he desires most.

These photos quickly became viral, earning the president thousands of LOL-worthy comments.

Tiny Donald Trump Dark MAGA

Since the 2016 election, the practitioners of the far-right have gone on the warpath, turning complicated issues into pre-selected narratives that portray Trump supporters and anyone who supports the right as villains.

These narratives have damaged the American body politic, and Dark MAGS is the latest manifestation of this continuity.

It’s time we start taking a hard look at this movement’s aesthetics. This article outlines some of the common themes that the memes depict.

First, the meme uses images from ancient Egypt, including Pepe the Frog, the Apu Apustja, Grouper, and more. Many forum users invoke Kek, an ancient Egyptian god of darkness, who often appears with a frog head.

The god of chaos and magick has been linked to Donald in Egyptian mythology, and it’s also claimed that this image was inspired by the ‘prophecy’ about him.

Donald Trump’s rant against Joe Biden

Donald Trump Jr.’s video about Joe Biden’s teleprompter was widely circulated, garnering nearly 380,000 views. It was not only inflammatory, it also failed to explain what Biden’s speech actually said.

While Trump and his supporters may not have fully understood the words Biden used to express their displeasure with the candidate’s teleprompter, they are certainly not convinced that Biden did not read his teleprompter.

If Biden has so many problems, he might as well change his motto to “Put Things Back!” After all, he’s had over 40 years of international stage experience, and he just did it wrong again.

Even Marjorie Walsh, a former Democratic senator and vice presidential candidate, apologized for addressing white nationalists and homophobes in the past. This is a shameful turn of events for the aspiring president of the United States.

Trump as a soundbite on H3 Podcast

The H3 Podcast is a satirical news podcast produced by Ethan Klein. The channel has over 6 million subscribers and has been running since 2016.

His podcast has a smaller audience, but he has been entertaining audiences with his political rants for over a year. He also co-hosts the Frenemies podcast with Trisha Paytas until June 2021.

He was born on June 24, 1985, and studied English Literature at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Trump as a copyright violator

The use of the music video by Nickel-back in a President Trump meme appears to have violated the rules governing copyright infringement on Twitter. Warner Bros.

has previously taken action against Trump for using portions of the Batman score in a campaign video, and HBO has objected to the use of Game of Thrones imagery.

Trump has previously posted content that violated copyright rules, and the “Photograph” meme from Nickel-back sparked several responses on Twitter. Some Twitter users posted images of Trump posing with Jeffrey Epstein, a financier who died of suicide in August.

Nevertheless, the New York Times has filed a copyright complaint against the Trump meme and removed it from the Twitter account.

Twitter has said the photo was removed as a result of the copyright complaint. It also said the tweet violated Twitter’s policy regarding threatening violence. However, it is not clear how the New York Times can remove a Trump meme if it violates its copyright policy.

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