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In the week since President Biden announced his resignation from office, he has been receiving some of the most enthusiastic reactions of any presidential candidate.
In fact, some of his supporters have become the butt of some of President Biden’s more recent memes, as well.
As the meme machine goes, there is not a presidential candidate on the Internet who has been more popular than Biden, with his fans becoming increasingly enthusiastic with each passing week.
But just as the meme is a useful tool for his supporters, it is also a valuable tool for the President’s detractors, who are using it to attack his supporters.
While many of the memes were created to mock the president, the worst offenders have come from some of Biden’s opponents.
In one of the worst examples of political bullying, one Twitter user, John J. Sweeney, accused Biden of being a pedophile.
Another tweeted that Biden’s death was a “suicide.”
Biden’s campaign quickly deleted the tweets, but it was not clear why they were deleted.
In a tweet to The Huffington Post, a spokesperson said the account was “sending out automated tweets to people who were harassing us.”
The tweet came after the Democratic candidate made a speech in South Carolina in which he talked about how “this election is about the survival of our republic.”
Biden was speaking in support of his wife, former First Lady Jill Biden, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in November.
In response to the tweet, the candidate tweeted that Sweeney was a hypocrite who was “in support of the criminal behavior of a man who has killed children” and “not supporting the president.”
The Biden campaign has since deleted the tweet.
On Twitter, other critics have also accused the president of being involved in child abuse.
A Twitter user named John O. Krasnow said that Biden is “a pedophile, which means he molested a child.”
The account also said that “there are a lot of lies and fabrications being spread about me.”
This tweet, which has since been deleted, appeared after the candidate announced he would not be running for reelection.
The Twitter user said he was “just trying to get back on track with my life,” and then went on to accuse Biden of pedophilia.
The account is now being shared more than 6,700 times and has been retweeted more than 11,000 times.
The tweets and the other accounts have also been retweeting other political figures, such as the president’s brother, Joe Biden.
But the worst of the abuse comes from the White House.
In October, The New York Times published an article detailing the abuse allegations against Biden, including a sworn affidavit that claimed that Biden had sexually assaulted him in his office in the Oval Office.
The affidavit was accompanied by the names of more than a dozen current and former Biden staffers.
The Washington Post also published an account of an alleged incident between Biden and a staffer, in which the staffer alleged that Biden raped him during an Oval Office meeting.
Another account claimed that the Biden campaign paid a woman $10,000 to “punch up” a young woman and then threatened to release her information if she did not stop her activities.
Another tweet in the same series claimed that there had been at least three sexual assaults by Biden.
While these claims may not have come to light before the campaign, they have come out as part of the public record in the weeks since the election.
In addition to the accusations of sexual abuse, Biden has been criticized for his relationship with his family, particularly his daughter Jill Biden.
Jill Biden has said that the first time she met her father, he was sexually abusive toward her.
Biden has denied the allegations and said that he had no sexual relationship with Jill Biden before his election.
This week, Jill Biden said in a tweet that she was “shocked” that people were accusing her father of sexual assault.
In an interview with CBS News’ This Morning, Jill said that her father had a “strong relationship” with his daughter.
“He was very supportive and caring of me,” she said.
“My dad never tried to take advantage of me, never tried anything, never ever took advantage of anybody.”
In a subsequent tweet, Jill tweeted that she had spoken to her father’s brother and asked him if he was ever aware of any such allegations against him.
The brother denied any knowledge of such allegations.
But on Tuesday, Jill announced that she would be resigning from her position as vice president.
She also took a few days to address the allegations against her father in a statement to The Washington Times.
In it, she said, “The allegation that I am a serial abuser is untrue, it does not represent my character, and it has nothing to do with my faith or beliefs.”
“My father was not a predator,” Jill Biden continued.
“I do not believe there were any inappropriate sexual conduct by my father with anyone.
The allegation that my father was a predator has been thoroughly