The Best Twitter Reactions to Biden’s Many Faces During Obamacare Speech
While President Barack Obama addressed the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act on Thursday morning, Vice President Joe Biden stood to his right, nodding at certain points in the speech and treating viewers to his genuinely affable demeanor.
The guy you want at your side at all your mic drops. pic.twitter.com/TUtZK57bYa
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) June 25, 2015
And then the sun came out or something, because Biden made a few grimaced-yet-still-smiling looks, and then his trademark frown. Twitter immediately launched into a full-scale comment-a-thon, as is its prerogative.
Hey pool, widen the shot. We need to see what level of Biden this event is from 1-11.
— Tony (@DrinksTheThings) June 25, 2015
I want a man to looks at me the same way Biden looks at Obama
— Katherine Schmidt. (@KtJeanSchmidt) June 25, 2015
Biden is like the Mona Lisa–no matter where you are, he’s always looking straight at you pic.twitter.com/fsNHEPR05N
— Mina Kimes (@minakimes) June 25, 2015
You know Biden is dying to grab that mic! — maria lia calvo (@MariaLiaCalvo) June 25, 2015
Biden looks like he wants to laugh, but he was already yelled about it. https://t.co/LfoYEeX89I
— Prescott Rossi (@PrescottRossi) June 25, 2015
Biden spent that entire speech on the verge of throwing up horns and doing a Ric Flair “WOOOOOOOOOO!” — C.A. Pinkham (@EyePatchGuy) June 25, 2015
Obama walks away with his hand on Biden’s back.
— Brian Ries (@moneyries) June 25, 2015
Biden takes off aviators, reveals another pair of aviators — Tony (@DrinksTheThings) June 25, 2015
Then again, there’s a context here that we must not forget:
So sad to see Joe Biden’s face fall when #potus spoke of kids with tumors who got diagnosed because of ACA, and whose lives were thus saved.
— Thomas Levenson (@TomLevenson) June 25, 2015
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) June 25, 2015
But that’s okay, because it’s beginning to look like Obama and Biden will have a good day:
[Image via screengrab/Twitter]
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