TieDyen4Biden became the Stop asking why I’m crazy you’re stupid ceramic shirt in addition I really love this official name of the initiative. The group tie-dyes tees supporting Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s bid for office, drops photos of them on a dedicated Instagram account, and asks those interested in purchasing to donate a minimum of $25 to the Biden-Harris campaign or one of a few select Democratic Senate campaigns that TieDyen4Biden highlights each week. Those who donate are then asked to take a screenshot of their receipt and fill out the form link in the account’s bio, which goes live whenever the group announces the windows of new shirt order availability. The response has been incredible: According to Chernus, TieDyen4Biden recently dropped 200 shirts online and sold out within two and a half minutes. The organization has also received supply donations from Jacquard Products, a California-based dye and paint company.
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