POTUS Joe Biden’s fan-made Fallout 4 video has the internet in fits and starts

Being President of the United States is one of the most difficult positions. The President carries on his shoulders the hopes and expectations of the people. It also means that you are one of the most powerful people, not just on US soil, but in the entire world. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t susceptible to meme culture.

President Joe Biden has been used in many funny memes and videos in the past. One interesting thing was that his Photoshopped video clips were featured in a fan-made Fallout 4 video.

Joe Biden and the Fallout 4 parody video


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Biden rose to power and sat in the presidential chair after defeating Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election. During his current tenure, Biden has been part of the internet meme culture after a few past glitches. But Biden has paid little attention to such posts and has continued to do his duty.

A few months ago, a fan-made Fallout 4 video was posted on YouTube. The highlight factor of this video was that it featured none other than the President photoshopped into various clips of the game.

The people who developed the video were very creative in dubbing bits of Biden’s past actions and words into the Fallout 4 scenes.

Remember the time Biden was questioned by a Fox reporter about inflation? The President was caught on the hot microphone calling the reporter “Dumb son of a bitch.” This was incorporated into the video made by Fallout fans. And interestingly, it was perfectly synchronized with the speech during Diamond City’s mayoral debate.

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The use of real events in the video didn’t end there. One example that caught the eye of people on the internet about a year ago was Biden tripping down the stairs of Air Force 1. This too was included in the video made by Fallout fans.


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The internet loved the video

The video was well received by the gaming community, especially because of the creative way they knitted the video. Audiences went into a fit when they saw the merging of real-life events with the events of a video game.


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People appreciated the talented artist and the President himself would have had a laugh or two at this fan-made video if he saw it. It has currently garnered around 1 million views on YouTube.

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