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Baltimore will get into Sen. Bernie Sanders Housewarming Meme

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Senator Bernie Sanders is a meme again.

The day he showed up for Joe Biden's inauguration, he was seen in a functional winter jacket and large, comfortable gloves. Some people commented on its comfortable appearance as opposed to the designer outfits of many celebrities and politicians who showed up for the socially distant ceremony.

The internet was completely obsessed with Bernie.

They started sharing photoshopped pictures of the Senator. He can be seen in places around the world, in movie scenes and other memes.

Bernie Sanders guards a monolith.

– KeanoTheDog (@ Judgeyourself99) January 21, 2021

Better to hold onto a tight spider monkey

– self-identified emo (@ThyArtIsMemes) January 21, 2021

– ca vsaturità ;; ⚜️ (@axcasamia) January 21, 2021

in paintings

– ca vsaturità ;; ⚜️ (@axcasamia) January 21, 2021

The original photo for the meme, captured by Getty photographer Brendan Smialowski, shows Sanders with his legs crossed and arms crossed on his lap. His expression is difficult to read because his face is mostly covered by a mask. He looks bored and cold. You could say he's the typical spectator at a children's sporting event.

TOPSHOT – Former presidential nominee Senator Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) sits in the stands on Capitol Hill before Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th US President on January 20, 2021 at the US Capitol in Washington, DC. (Photo by Brendan SMIALOWSKI / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP via Getty Images)

Baltimore was quick to have fun and there are no limits to where Bernie can go in this city.

Here he sits casually in front of the popular Pickles Pub Bar and waits patiently for the opening day!

Hey @PicklesPubBMore

Uncle Bernie wants everyone to know they are patiently waiting and ready for opening day !!!

– BMORE Around Town (@BMOREAroundTown) January 21, 2021

Another, also designed by BMORE Around Town, makes Bernie wait for the tailgate for the Ravens. He's ready for the next season!

Uncle Bernie is patiently waiting for our #PurpleTailgate to get going again at #StadiumSquare! Who still hopes to wake up memories of the tailgate in 2021? 😈😈😈

– BMORE Around Town (@BMOREAroundTown) January 21, 2021

Here he is on the sidelines as Lamar Jackson makes another catch!

– Jon R (@ J0nnyBananaz) January 21, 2021

One was a COVID-19-related meme in which Sanders sat outside the Hampden Bar Frazier & # 39; s On the Avenue. It was created by local jewelry and art maker Juliet Ames.

Bernie is waiting for the bars in Baltimore to reopen.

– Juliet Ames (@thebrokenplate) January 21, 2021

She also issued one for the salt box, a nod to the salt boxes in town.

On demand. #BernieMeme #saltboxart

– Juliet Ames (@thebrokenplate) January 21, 2021

Another one floating around on Twitter was a "The Wire" reference seen from various accounts.

"The king remains the king"

– Double L has to rock the bells (@LoveThePuck) January 21, 2021

The Baltimore County Public Library is patiently waiting for your book return!

The Bowie Baysox had it plate right at home.

And of course a recording of the classic bank “Greatest City in America” in Baltimore.

Bernie on a Baltimore bench.

– Meg Fairfax Fielding (@PigtownDesign) January 21, 2021

Maryland pizza chain Ledo Pizza came up with a spin for the meme.

I'm waiting for my pizza like:

– Ledo Pizza (@LedoPizza) January 20, 2021

Creative Alliance, an organization in Baltimore that works to support local artists, has added Sanders to this typographic structure in the Highlandtown neighborhood.

– Creative Alliance (@creativalliance) January 21, 2021

That's a lot of memes for one day.

– 🍒amie lynn (@shank_amie) January 21, 2021

Later on Wednesday, he defended his fashion choice against Gayle King of CBS This Morning.

"In Vermont we know about the cold and aren't that concerned about good fashion," he said. "We want to keep warm and I did that today."

Send us your favorite Bernie meme from the inauguration associated with Baltimore. We want to see it!

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