Joe Biden Ratioed By Tony Soprano Amid Doubts Over Presidential Race

The official account of the television series The Sopranos has “ratioed” the President of the United States.

“Ratioing” is a social media slang term for when an account posts an unpopular opinion only for a reply to receive more likes and reposts than the original, signaling strong disapproval of the offending post.

On Friday, July 5, Joe Biden reaffirmed his commitment to the presidential election in November and pledge to “stay in the race” as nominee of the Democrat Party and as President.

In response, the official account of The Sopranos went viral after posting a scene of James Gandolfini’s Tony Soprano character saying: “If you gotta keep saying you’re the boss, you’re not the boss.”

Many commenters on X saw the good nature of the post.

One pro-Biden user was less favorable of it.

Earlier this year, Sopranos star Drea de Matteo spoke out against Biden during an appearance on Fox News, and said that plenty of other celebrities are against him but afraid to speak up.

Biden’s pledges to stay in the race come amid growing discontent among Democrats after a disastrous performance against Donald Trump. Private meetings among party members have considered potential successors, while the President himself has dismissed calls to stand down.

The decision, ultimately, is in the President’s hands. While he has not yet been formally nominated as the Democrat candidate for November’s election, Biden is all-but certain to secure the candidacy at next month’s party convention.

Despite speculation, Biden reaffirmed his commitment in a letter to party members on Monday, July 8, in which he said he was “not blind” to concerns over his age but added it was “time to end” rumors over his candidacy.

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