He left the mittens at home, but he’s still got the slouch that’s social media gold.
Sen. Bernie Sanders was looking less-than-thrilled while sitting in the audience as President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris gave remarks about the “American Rescue Plan” in the White House Rose Garden Friday afternoon.
C-SPAN communications director Howard Mortman grabbed a screenshot from the network’s feed of the event showing Sanders sitting in a similar stance to the viral photo of him with his arms and legs crossed during Biden’s inauguration in January.
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Others on Twitter were quick to recognize the similarity, too.
“Bernie meme, spring edition,” one tweeter wrote.
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“New Bernie meme just dropped,” quipped another.
Many commenters lamented the lack of mittens, writing that the new photo wasn’t quite as good.
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However, others wrote that it was relatable.
“Once again, big ‘this could’ve been an email’ energy,” one tweeted.
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While Sanders wasn’t looking excited about the remarks in the photo, he has supported the $1.9 trillion relief coronavirus plan. Earlier this week, he praised the next round of stimulus, saying it would help cut child poverty and boost unemployment benefits.
“The $1,400 direct payments in the American Rescue Plan will mean the difference between despair and dignity for millions of people in our country,” Sanders tweeted on Tuesday.