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If the internet loves anything, it’s a good pup. And President-elect Joe Biden has two.
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The internet loves Joe Biden’s very good dogs, Major and Champ
Folks online have become especially enamored with Major, a big ol’ German shepherd Biden adopted in 2018. Look at this good boy — who will be the first adopted dog in the White House.
Look at head-tilt and smile. We just love to see it. A Good Boy.
After Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 election by multiple major media outlets, it wasn’t long before folks began the celebrating a return of pups to the White House, since outgoing President Donald Trump was famously the first commander-in-chief in a century to not have a dog. A fan page on Twitter for the Biden dogs, for instance, has already racked up nearly 60,000 followers. Biden’s other dog, a German
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Granted, Mr. Bongino’s shtick is not exactly new. His brand of right-wing pugilism is similar to what talk-radio hosts like Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin have been doing for decades. He is good at turning daily culture-war skirmishes into hyperpartisan outrage-bait, with a cast of recurring left-wing villains and right-wing heroes who inevitably show up to dunk on them. (Typical headline: “CNN’s Fredo SCHOOLED On His Brother’s Coronavirus Policies.”) And he is skilled at a certain type of industrial-scale content production that is valuable on today’s internet, flooding social media with a torrent of original posts, remixed memes and videos and found footage.
“We’ll take some interesting clip of maybe the president or Kayleigh McEnany, and we’ll intermingle it with clips of my show, and it seems to work well for us,” he said. “Wherever my content is posted, we just get an incredible response.”
Along with his Facebook page,
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Lil Bub and her owner Mike Bridasky enjoy a meet and greet with fans during the Catsbury Park Cat Convention in Asbury Park.
It started with a magic carpet ride.
Seaside Heights native Nicole Gable dragged Claude, her hairless Canadian Sphynx cat, on a rug on the Internet. Gable now has more than 800,000 followers on TikTok.
“He has just become obsessed and I think that started maybe two or three months ago when he started with that carpet,’ said Gable, who flips Claude on his back on the carpet and pushes him along. “He’ll stand on that carpet and scream at people.”
Claude, a runty special needs fella, screamed when Gable was talking to a reporter from the USA TODAY Network New Jersey on the phone.
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