Yellowstone’s ‘Definition of Truth’ Video Has Fans Comparing Jamie Dutton to Joe Biden

by Hunter Miller
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Yellowstone‘s latest Instagram post has social media users sounding off on Wes Bentley’s character Jamie Dutton. A number of fans of the Paramount Network series are likening Jamie Dutton to former Vice President Joe Biden.

On Monday, the official Yellowstone Instagram account shared a clip from the series in which Jamie explains his “interesting definition of truth.”

Instagram Users React to Jamie Dutton Scene

In the clip, Jamie says into the phone: “There’s no problem. The lie is the truth now. The lie is the truth, and it is the truth forever, do you understand me?”

Shortly after posting the clip, fans of the series started sounding off saying that Jamie’s comments sound like that of a politician.

“Sounds like Joe Biden,” one user writes. “Kinda like Biden,” another commented. Multiple others made reference to the Democratic presidential candidate as well.

On the contrary, one user felt that the Yellowstone clip of Jamie more closely resembled political figures on the other side of the aisle. “Same strategy as Trump, Giuliani, McEnany,” the user commented.

After reading through a slew of politically-charged comments, one user questioned why fans of the show felt the need to offer such remarks. “Why do people have to bring politics into every thing…can we not enjoy anything anymore, please!!” the user writes.

Yellowstone’s Upcoming Season 4 Set Photos

In other recent Yellowstone news, series star, Cole Hauser, who portrays Rip Wheeler, has been sharing a number of photos from the set of the upcoming fourth season. Over the weekend, Hauser uploaded a picture with co-star, Forrie J. Smith, who portrays Lloyd. The shot shows the two of them at the Dutton Ranch posting up against a fence.

“My pardner in crime. @forriejsmithcowboy @yellowstone@paramountnetwork S4,” he captioned the picture.

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