RNC releases dark, brutal AI-generated ad depicting what follows a Biden 2024 victory

The power of artificial intelligence is on full display in a brutal new ad from the Republican National Committee targeting President Joe Biden.

The 100% AI-generated ad followed a video Biden released early Tuesday officially announcing his reelection bid, and depicts dystopian hypothetical scenarios that would accompany a Biden second term.

The video, titled “Beat Biden,” features AI-created depictions of Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris celebrating victory in 2024, followed by a series of possible calamities that would follow.

“What if the weakest president we’ve ever had were reelected?” the ad asks. “What if international tensions escalate? What if financial systems crumble? What if our border is gone? What if crime worsens?”

Each hypothetical question is answered, from China invading Taiwan to officials closing the city of San Francisco, with a female voice concluding, “Who’s in charge here? It feels like the train is coming off the tracks,”

In a statement accompanying Tuesday’s ad, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel laid out the GOP line of attack against Biden.

“Biden is so out-of-touch that after creating crisis after crisis, he thinks he deserves another four years,” McDaniel said. “If voters let Biden ‘finish the job,’ inflation will continue to skyrocket, crime rates will rise, more fentanyl will cross our open borders, children will continue to be left behind, and American families will be worse off. Republicans are united to beat Biden and Americans are counting down the days until they can send Biden packing.”

San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee chair Honey Mahogany took exception to their city being included in the ad and claimed that “many” cities controlled by Republicans have “far greater” problems.

“Republicans continue to use fearmongering and scapegoating as a platform because they have no real solutions,” Mahogany said, according to the San Francisco Standard. “San Francisco has its fair share of problems, but it is a fact that many red cities and states have far greater rates of crime, poverty and gun violence than we do—they should focus on that.”

The GOP ad made for some interesting responses online… here’s a quick sampling, as seen on Twitter:

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