A Pennsylvania man was arrested and criminally charged for placing Joe Biden ‘I Did That’ stickers on gas station pumps in Lancaster.
Following two long years of lockdowns, restrictions and COVID-19 infections, the sense of humor and comedy have died. And it seems that being funny and maintaining a sense of humor to cope with rising inflation and supply chain issues has become a dangerous activity for most people. Not only are comedians like Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock assaulted on stage and targeted on social media by cancel culture fanatics, but regular folks are also being targeted for funny political commentary and for trying to manage their daily problems with humor.
Just recently, a Pennsylvania man was arrested and criminally charged for placing Joe Biden “I Did That” stickers on gas station pumps in Lancaster. The anti-Biden stickers are already an enormous success with conservatives. In fact, even Eric Trump shared a video with the famous sticker from the gas station on his Instagram page. But while some are having a field day with this brilliant example of a guerrilla marketing campaign, others are wondering if jailing someone for a logo is not an extreme action, especially when the man is a 54-year-old gent close to the retirement age.