A mock billboard poking fun at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is going viral on Twitter this week, stirring a mixed bag of opinions.

The billboard reads ‘Dumb and Dumber’, in reference to the 1994 comedy film of the same name.

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‘Dumb and Dumber’ sign goes viral

As per Newsweek, Twitter user @JonCover2 initially spotted and posted the anti-Biden billboard, which has since gone viral.

The sign, reportedly standing in Richland County, Wisconsin, mocks the current US president and Kamala Harris, labeling them as ‘Dumb and Dumber’, the title of a 1994 comedy. The movie title is often used to poke fun at politicians, and references the characters played by Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels.

The tweet by @JonCover2 has since gained popularity on the platform, now boasting over 14k likes and over 3000 retweets (at the time of writing).

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Viral Biden and Kamala billboard receives mixed bag of opinions

As expected, the now-viral billboard has prompted a mixture of opinions from opposite political stances.

One person tweeted: “I’d say about 81 million people may disagree.”

Another wrote: “The good thing is- it looks like nobody lives near this almost hidden sign. I like it hidden.”

On the other end of the spectrum, somebody else took to Twitter: “Love, love, love it!”

Another tweeted: “I drive by this regularly in southern Wisconsin! Makes me smile!”

A further person wrote: “LOL love this!”

A similar political billboard was spotted last year

The anti-Biden billboard might be making the rounds on social media this year, but in 2020, a similar sign mocking Donald Trump made headlines.

As per The Daily Mail, back in November 2020 amid the election, a truck towed a large Trump ‘loser’ sign on an interstate.

Around the same time, the White House also reportedly saw several signs poking fun at Trump pinned outside, reports say.

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