That cringe-worthy video going around of President Joe Biden wandering around by himself as everyone else gathers around his former boss reminds us a lot of the cult of Barack Obama. Remember when Obama used to commemorate every occasion by posting a photo of himself on Twitter? We do. We also recall the speeches in which Obama continually used the words “I” and “me.” Adviser to Sen. Ted Cruz Steve Guest did some research and counted up just how many times President Selfie Stick referred to himself, just like old times:
The bride at every wedding; the corpse at every funeral.
— Horst De Wermer, DVM, MD, PhD, GED, DDS, MOUSE (@Crapplefratz) April 5, 2022
This is the guy who’s apparently still writing Volume 2 of his most recent memoir after Volume 1 clocked in at 700 pages.
Cutting back, I see
— Chris Horner (@Chris_C_Horner) April 5, 2022
Must have been a short speech…5 min?
— The Tom Force (@TheTomForce1) April 5, 2022
Who do you think is behind wheel right now? (rhetorical)
— shooter mcgavin (@15flipdaddy) April 5, 2022
Anybody else remember the interview with Obama where he said he would love to run the country from the shadows?…. Just me?
— JERM404_NOT FOUND (@Jerm404F) April 5, 2022
Yup. Narcissistic as usual.
— Mike Mason (@MikeMason830) April 5, 2022
Narcissists are gonna narcissist. Also politicians are all narcissists.
— Centrum_Dexter (@centrum_dexter) April 5, 2022
Those are his favorite pronouns.
— Dave “Don’t Say Bae” Hardin (@knucklehead316) April 5, 2022
Yep, nothing has changed.
— Donna Darnell (@DonnaDarnell20) April 5, 2022
— Velvet Elvis (@bubbav1979) April 5, 2022
It's what he does..https://t.co/DknrQsDul9
— SeñorTrout (@senor_trout) April 5, 2022
He is definitely in love with himself.
— SteadyWarbler (@RonaldGarceau4) April 5, 2022
He just likes to be honored, like at his “scaled-back” 60th birthday party where guests were flying into Martha’s Vineyard on private jets.
He did it again: Obama posts photo of himself in memory of Anthony Bourdain https://t.co/d3rtNhSEJv
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 9, 2018