In an effort to reboot a rapidly declining campaign, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush launched a new tour starting in his home state of Florida with the slogan “Jeb can fix it.” The reinvigorated campaign slogan is unlikely to generate much support, however, given that within the first hours of its launch, #JebCanFixIt has become a viral Internet joke.
The former Florida governor said on Sunday that he has what it takes to fix America, but the slogan immediately backfired as Twitter turned the candidate into a meme, hilariously commenting how his failing campaign can revitalize America when it can barely stay on track itself.
"Jeb Can Fix It" ~ uh huh...this picture comes to mind: pic.twitter.com/nbViixJQBC— John Gort (@JohnGort) October 29, 2015
#JebCanFixIt Jeb would just be a third term of W. He's worse of a joke than Trump.— mperkel (@mperkel) November 2, 2015
Scoring lower in approval ratings than Congress? #JebCanFixIt— Matt Osborne (@OsborneInk) November 2, 2015
Jeb's new slogan - "Jeb can fix it". I never thought of Jeb as a crook! Stupid message, the word "fix" is not a good one to use in politics!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 1, 2015
Jeb! Is in town with a new slogan- Jeb Can Fix It. - question is, does that refer to America or his campaign? pic.twitter.com/xeNXwi5Zbr— Brendan McLaughlin (@BrendanNews) November 2, 2015
Jeb can fix IT. pic.twitter.com/5l6tfieOPR— Brian Vargas (@Ardvaark) November 2, 2015
Looks like the campaign slogan #JebCanFixIt will resonate with the under age 5 voters, a key demographic in the 2032 election.— MATTY ICE (@MattyIceAZ) November 2, 2015
BREAKING from the first "Jeb Can Fix It" campaign event pic.twitter.com/r2m6J090W4— Oliver Willis (@owillis) November 2, 2015
Bush has spiraled downward from establishment candidate and expected frontrunner to a practical joke. His low-polling numbers and poor debate performance have pushed voters to not take him seriously and experts to assume he will be out in 30 days. #JebCanFixIt’s egregious flop is proving this Bush just might not make it to the White House.
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