Jeb Bush gets in on the dabbing phenomenon

The popular dance continues on and shows no signs of slowing down.

Feb 29, 2020, 11:31 am*

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Josh Katzowitz 

Josh Katzowitz

Ashley Killough/Twitter

Jeb Bush has tried so hard this election cycle, and thus far, he’s having a tough time rising in the polls against the likes of Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio.

As of Tuesday night, the former Florida governor was polling nationally at 4 percent, good enough to place him sixth among the remaining Republican candidates, and though he’s done his best to make inroads on the national conscience—by asking his fans for support he can hear, by enlisting the help of his brother for the upcoming South Carolina primary, and by tweeting out a photo of a Jeb Bush-inscribed gun that started a viral meme on Tuesday—he still hasn’t gained much traction.

So now he’s trying to something else. He’s going to dab and see how that works out for him.

Bush has joined Hillary Clinton in the art of political dabbing, while, at the same time, potentially joining this guy in having the ability to disappoint most everybody with whom he comes into contact.

While there’s little doubt Bush was humoring a young fan who asked him to pose this way—and for that, Bush should be commended—there’s almost no chance that his dabbing moment won’t be used for Twitter mockery. Oh wait, it’s already happening.

Photo via Ashley Killough/Twitter 

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*First Published: Feb 17, 2016, 12:45 am