Cartoon of Bernie Sanders who announced the primary victory of New Hampshire, mocked because he looked like Chevy Chase
“Congratulations to … Chevy Chase?” New cartoon by Bernie Sanders announcing his primary victory in New Hampshire is mocked because he looks more like a comedian
- Bernie Sanders’ cartoon mocked because he looked more like a comedian Chevy Chase
- The illustration was posted when Politico New Hampshire won for Sanders
- Social media users joked that Chevy Chase had won the Democratic primary
- Sanders won the election last night and beat rival Pete Buttigieg with 2%
A cartoon announcing the victory of Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire primary school has made fun of social media because it is more like Chevy Chase.
A drawing posted by the political website, Politico, when they called the victory for Sanders, Twitter users looked more like the comedian than the Vermont senator.
The illustration was said to be similar to the former cast member of Saturday Night Live when he was co-starred in the NBC sitcom, Community.
The cartoon sent Chevy Chase trending on Twitter as the result of the New Hampshire vote was announced.
Democratic presidential hopeful Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders saw the funny side during a Primary Night event in Manchester, New Hampshire last night
Because Chase was mentioned so often on social media, many feared it could be due to bad news.
A social media user wrote: “So I thought Chevy Chase was dead because he was trending on Twitter. No, it’s just confusing people [at] a portrait of Bernie Sander for him. ”
Sanders won the New Hampshire democratic presidential election last night, sipping moderate rival Pete Buttigieg and winning the first clear win in the chaotic 2020 nomination battle of the Democratic Party.
Many on Twitter joked that Chase had won the Democratic New Hampshire primary and was the star of the night.
One said, “Congratulations, Chevy Chase?” Another wrote: “Starring Chevy Chase as @BernieSanders.”
A Twitter user added: “Chevy chase is trending (and among celebrities, not politics), not because he died, but because someone drew bad art from Bernard Sanders.”
Chevy Chase at an ore Oscar gala for arrivals in Los Angeles this month. A cartoon by Senator Bernie Sanders would look more like the former comedian of Saturday Night Live
Larry David of Curb Your Enthusiasm Bernie Sanders plays during the current SNL sketches.
Sanders had 25.6 percent of the vote when he declared the win and the race was called by the Associated Press and TV networks, giving him only 1.3 percent ahead of Buttigieg in second place at 24.4 percent.
Senator Amy Klobuchar finished a strong third, giving her campaign an unexpected boost, while Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden ended in disappointing fourth and fifth place respectively and were on their way to finishing with zero state delegates.
In his victory, the 78-year-old self-described democratic socialist defeated a strong challenge from Mr. Buttigieg, a 38-year-old former Midwestern mayor.