The memes on have gone viral in recent days Bernie Sanders at the Inauguration Day. The image of the Democratic senator, former candidate in the primaries for the White House, with woolen gloves and anti-Covid mask has been reproduced in dozens of photomontages. Some are very successful, such as those shared by Mark Hamill.
However, there are those who have done even better, even dedicating a film to Bernie Sanders. On Twitter Matthew Highton, which is defined in the bio "comedian, filmmaker and weirdo", inserted it in a scene from The Lord of the Rings.
The sequence, which we can also see at the bottom of the news, is taken from the first chapter of the trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring, and is set in the famous inn of the Prancing Foal. Bernie Sanders takes over the place in the film that is occupied by Aragorn, with Frodo (Elijah Wood) asking the innkeeper: "Who is that man in the corner?"
In a few hours the clip with Bernie Sanders got more than 38,000 likes and 11,000 retweets, so much so that Matthew Highton took advantage, in a comment, to invite those who did not know him to follow him and take a look at his others funny videos.
The now most famous photo of the Inauguration Day of Joe Biden has struck the imagination of many exponents of the world of cinema: in addition to themed memes Star Wars, for example, we saw the one published by Ryan Reynolds of Deadpool.