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Robin Williams’ stand-up bit about ‘rambling’ Joe Biden resurfaces, goes viral on Twitter: ‘That’s perfect’

A 2009 clip of Robin Williams ripping into Joe Biden during a stand-up routine has resurfaced online, and fans are loving it.

Just days before Biden came under fire for his remarks about African American and Latino diversity, an old video from Williams’ HBO special “Weapons of Self Destruction” was posted to Twitter in which he calls the then-vice president out for his infamous flubs at speaking events.

“We still have comedy though, we still have great comedy out there. There’s always rambling Joe Biden. What the f–k,” Williams cracks to a crowd. “Joe says s–t that even people with Tourette’s go, ‘No, no. What is going on?'”

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An old clip of Robin Williams poking fun at Joe Biden went viral on social media this week.
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He joked: “Joe is like your uncle who is on a new drug and hasn’t got the dosage right.”

Fans were doubled over with laughter in response to the now-viral clip and claimed that if Williams were still alive today, he’d have even more material to work with.

“I’m telling you all right now, you may love the packaging, but the present inside is the same guy Robin Williams skewered, as I was reminded today. He’s still cranky, hostile to questioning, anti-progressive, jail-filling, law-hardening, not Trump,” one Twitter user reacted.

“He’d have even more ammunition with Joe Biden at present, as the guy cant keep it together at the rallies. But yes miss Robin Williams humour,” another tweeted.

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“This pretty much sums it all up. The D in Democrat stands for dementia,” one quipped.

Others called Williams’ past analysis of the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee “absolutely great” and said the late “Mrs. Doubtfire” star “just SAVAGES” Biden.

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“I love this clip and miss Robin Williams!” another wrote.

Amid several fans declaring that Williams’ impression of Biden was spot-on, a few reminded the Twitterverse that Williams formerly took cracks at President Trump, too.

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One fan shared a past clip of Williams who joked onstage that Trump “plays Monopoly with real f—ing buildings” and called him “The Wizard of Oz on acid.”

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Twitter accounts of Joe Biden, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Apple and others apparently hacked

The accounts, along with those of former President Barack Obama, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West, Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos and Mike Bloomberg, posted similar tweets soliciting donations via Bitcoin to their verified profiles on Wednesday.

“Everyone is asking me to give back, and now is the time,” Gates’ tweet said, promising to double all payments to a Bitcoin address for the next 30 minutes.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Twitter’s support account said: “We are aware of a security incident impacting accounts on Twitter. We are investigating and taking steps to fix it. We will update everyone shortly.”

The sheer number of prominent accounts impacted made it arguably the biggest security incident in Twitter’s history. A hack like this is particularly concerning not just because of any financial scam that can be run, but because so many world leaders use Twitter — and some, like President Donald Trump, use it to announce major policy decisions. A hack that took over an account belonging to one of those leaders could have devastating consequences.

Last year, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account was hacked, raising concerns about whether any account on the platform can truly avoid being compromised. The mechanism by which that hack occurred was fixed by Twitter after Dorsey’s hack and there’s no reason to believe it is to blame here.

A campaign aide for Biden said Twitter “locked down” his account immediately. “We remain in touch with Twitter on the matter,” the aide added.

“We can confirm that this tweet was not sent by Bill Gates,” a spokesperson for Gates told CNN Business. “This appears to be part of a larger issue that Twitter is facing. Twitter is aware and working to restore the account.”

Asked whether it was concerned about the President’s account potentially being affected, or whether it was in touch with Twitter about the issue, the White House declined comment.

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Within minutes of the tweets being posted, a bitcoin account that appeared in some of them showed more than 320 transactions and received more than $113,000.

This is a developing story. Check back for more…