There are some things we won’t remember from the, cross your fingers, one-term presidency of Joe Biden. And there are some things that we will remember.
Apparently, one of those things we will remember is the exact place where the president fell off of his bike in Rehoboth, Delaware after getting his foot stuck.
According to a Reuters story: POTUS fell down from his bike on his way back from the trail. Got up and said, “I’m good.” He said his foot got stuck.
Search “Brandon falls” on google maps
— Boo (@TheBirdAndBoo) July 18, 2022
Google Maps Shows New Historical Landmark: Brandon Falls
“Is this a good place for falling off your bike while shaking hands with your sycophants?”
“There's no where better!”
People are ruthless. I LOVE it 😂
How long until Google removes it? I'm surprised it's still up. pic.twitter.com/nmQoo6qP7E
— JARZA (@Tarzan_Tabletti) July 18, 2022
And now, that’s to Google Maps, the exact location is available to all of us as a “historical landmark.” It wasn’t long before Google removed the landmark designation, but thanks to so alert social media heads, we have the screenshots.
“Search ‘Brandon falls’ on google maps,” one user tweeted with a photo of the search result.
“Google Maps Shows New Historical Landmark: Brandon Falls,” another user posted. “How long until Google removes it? I’m surprised it’s still up.”
People who saw it on Google left more than 130 reviews and gave the location a 4.9-star rating before it disappeared. The people posting reviews were mostly tongue in cheeky, they made fun of the president and referenced other Biden follies.
— il Donaldo Trumpo (@PapiTrumpo) July 17, 2022
“Is this a good place for falling off your bike while shaking hands with your sycophants?” one user asked.
“There’s no where better!” another user replied.
“If I fall off my bike here, can I get ice cream after?” another user asked.
Several reviewers decided to match the location of Biden’s fall with some pretty low quotes.
“We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” Biden said this during the 2020 campaign.
Another user wrote, “End of quote. Repeat the line,” a reference to Biden reading a line too far on the teleprompter. This gaffe from Biden got a lot of references to Will Ferrell’s Ron Burgundy character in Anchorman.
“You stay sassy, San Diego.”