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TikToker's Hilarious Impression Of A MAGA Fan Who Bought Trump Trading Cards Is Perfection

TikToker @JoJoFromJerz posted a viral video of 'Becky Sue' bragging about her new Trump NFT trading cards.

TikTok screenshots of @JoJoFromJerz's "Becky Sue" impression

TikToker @JoJoFromJerz has the internet in stitches since her hilarious impression of a MAGA fan who bought former Republican President Donald Trump's NFT trading cards.

Earlier, Trump announced he'd launched a new line of collectible digital trading cards priced at $99 each that feature images of him depicted as a muscular superhero with laser beams shooting from his eyes.

@JoJoJerz was soon on the case—and in the form of "Becky Sue," a gleeful follower of all things MAGA who can't help but brag about getting her virtual hands on the cards.

Check it out in the video below.

"Becky Sue" said:

"Hey, ya'll, it's me, Becky Sue here doing a daily video vlog update for ya'll. So I have a very exciting update today. I just bought 10 Trump trading cards."
"10 of them! [counting] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6... 9, 10!"
"I'm so excited about one for myself, one for my mama, one for my cousin Shed, and then just a whole bunch of other ones. Like nine other ones or something to give out as Christmas presents! I'm so excited."
"I got myself the one of Trump riding the red, white, and blue elephant 'cause that really happened, okay? I think it was either in like France or Ohio or something but it definitely happened, okay?"
"So I got myself that one.and I got my mama one of him riding a motorcycle out in outer space and I'm just so excited. I can't wait till they arrive."
"But I did have one question I can't quite figure out. So how do I get those niffs [NFTs] to stick on the back bumper? Like, do they stick by themselves or I lick them or something? Or are they self at-heat, at-heat, at-heat... said. At-heat-said [self adhesive]."
"Or, um, like their special kind of tape or something like that? 'cause I just did not get the nest [NFTs] on the bumper. I'm sure that's easy as pie so [if] ya'll gonna put those in the comments that would be really great."
"Anyways, I am so excited. I cannot wait. Well, that's all for today. Stay safe out there ya'll."
Bye, and get you some nips [NFTs]."

As far as Twitter users were concerned, the impression was brilliant.

Trump had posted on his troubled social media platform Truth Social that he would be making a “major announcement” without providing any details. It turned out he'd launched the line of digital trading cards, marking his foray into the NFT—or nonfungible token—market.

Some had speculated that his announcement would be related to the Speaker race currently dividing Republicans in the House of Representatives, where a faction of right-wing extremists has refused to support House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's bid for the Speaker position once Republicans regain control of the House in January.

The cards were the subject of considerable ridicule online, including from Republicans who'd criticized Trump's rather inactive 2024 presidential campaign.

They also prompted Democratic President Joe Biden to troll him with a few announcements of his own.

Biden noted via his official Twitter account that inflation has eased, that he just signed the Respect for Marriage Act (RMA), which requires the United States federal government and all U.S. states and territories to recognize the validity of same-sex and interracial civil marriages in the United States.

He also pointed out that his administration had just recently secured the release of basketball player Brittney Griner from a Russian penal colony, that gas prices "are lower than a year ago," and that the state of Arizona is now seeing 10,000 "new high-paying jobs," remarks that underscore just how much Trump's accomplishments compare to his own.