Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 'Dumb and Dumber' Billboard Goes Viral

A billboard of Vice President Kamala Harris and President Joe Biden with the film title Dumb and Dumber underneath has begun to go viral.

The 1994 comedy film, starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, has often been referenced in politics and attributed to elected leaders.

The billboard is believed to be in Richland County in Wisconsin and has been met with a mixed response.

The picture was shared on Twitter by JonCover2 to his over 6,000 followers and has since been liked 14,000 times and retweeted over 3,000 times. Newsweek has reached out to the original poster and Wisconsin officials for comment.

Many critics of the current administration responded enthusiastically to the billboard and replied with their own pictures of anti-Biden signs across the U.S.

One user wrote: "I drive by this regularly in southern Wisconsin. Makes me smile."

Another added: "This billboard is needed everywhere from East to West coast."

While another wrote: "I disagree - clearly Biden is the dumb and Kamala is the dumber."

And another added: "Cool, I like to call them Sh**s and Giggles, but this works."

However one person in the comments argued against the mocking of Biden and Harris. They wrote: "Talk about disrespect. These are your elected leaders. Reaching a new low... if that is possible."

The billboard picture was also shared on liberal Twitter page PatriotTakes which has over 430,000 followers.

Comments on this page steered more towards confusion and condemnation.

One social media user wrote: "They have no personality outside of worshiping their cult idol.

"Seriously, they would have no problem with this administration if they didn't dethrone their king."

And another wrote: "This is someone's vanity project. It doesn't serve any purpose except they enjoy it when they drive by."

President Biden's approval rating since taking office has fallen significantly and the President has faced constant criticism from former President Donald Trump and his supporters.

During an interview on Friday morning with Orlando, Florida's WDBO Trump spoke about the Biden administration's performance.

He said: "I would give them an F- if permissible an F minus.

Regarding 2024 plans for Biden, he said: "Look, he's gonna make a statement, and I don't know if anybody knows what's in their future.

"Because, frankly, things can happen and things can happen for him, and maybe things, in his case, are already happening."

Early in 2021, Biden asserted he would be running for President again in 2024.

In March he said "Yes, my plan is to run for reelection. That's my expectation."

Redfield and Wilton Strategies posted polling results in November of a hypothetical matchup again between Biden and Trump. The results showed that 44 percent of Americans would cast ballots for Trump while just 39 percent would support Biden.

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Kamala Harris (D-CA) participates in the vice presidential debate against U.S. Vice President Mike Pence at the University of Utah on October 7, 2020 in Salt Lake City, Utah. oe Biden speaks during an event to announce new cabinet nominations at the Queen Theatre on December 11, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware. A bilboard of Harris and Biden has gone viral Alex Wong and Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images