During the closing statements of tonight’s second presidential debate (round two edition), almost every candidate plugged their websites, needing to garner enough donations and support to make it to the next round.
Well, everyone except Joe Biden, who rounded out the evening by telling his supporters, if they agreed with him to “go to Joe 3-0-3-3-0.”
Joe Biden either thinks he’s going to be alive in 30330 or he has no idea what his own website is… pic.twitter.com/WqrZhquYmY
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) August 1, 2019
Was it an IP address he was plugging? An online treasure search? A new website about his 30330 campaign?
No, it just appears that he didn’t know the difference between a website and a text message.
Because while Joe30330 isn’t a website (well now it is because someone already bought it, but ignore that premise for the moment), texting ‘Joe’ to 30330, got you what he meant.
Okay he meant text ‘Joe’ to 30330 pic.twitter.com/Fok3CcTi8X
— David Covucci (@DavidCovucci) August 1, 2019
Maybe he wasn’t as AMAZING as the text message claims.
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