Newsweek writes about this billboard outside of Richland Center:
The 1994 comedy film, starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, has often been referenced in politics and attributed to elected leaders.
The billboard is believed to be in Richland County in Wisconsin and has been met with a mixed response.
To be precise, outside of Richland Center.
The picture was shared on Twitter by JonCover2 to his over 6,000 followers and has since been liked 14,000 times and retweeted over 3,000 times. Newsweek has reached out to the original poster and Wisconsin officials for comment.
Many critics of the current administration responded enthusiastically to the billboard and replied with their own pictures of anti-Biden signs across the U.S.
One user wrote: “I drive by this regularly in southern Wisconsin. Makes me smile.”
Another added: “This billboard is needed everywhere from East to West coast.”
While another wrote: “I disagree – clearly Biden is the dumb and Kamala is the dumber.”
And another added: “Cool, I like to call them Sh**s and Giggles, but this works.”
However one person in the comments argued against the mocking of Biden and Harris. They wrote: “Talk about disrespect. These are your elected leaders. Reaching a new low… if that is possible.”
That’s rich coming from people who ripped to shreds Reagan, Bush, Thompson, Walker and Trump voters at every opportunity.
The billboard picture was also shared on liberal Twitter page PatriotTakes which has over 430,000 followers.
Comments on this page steered more towards confusion and condemnation.
One social media user wrote: “They have no personality outside of worshiping their cult idol.”
“Seriously, they would have no problem with this administration if they didn’t dethrone their king.”
That’s quite a statement from supporters of the party that worships the Kennedys, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, etc., etc., etc.
And another wrote: “This is someone’s vanity project. It doesn’t serve any purpose except they enjoy it when they drive by.”
It remains fascinating that more than a year after the presidential election there are so many Trump signs outside urban areas. It’s as if Trump voters knew what would happen if Biden won.