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Texas man Literally Anybody Else changes his name to face off against President Joe Biden and Donald Trump. — Screengrab/YouTube/WFAA
Texas man “Literally Anybody Else” changes his name to face off against President Joe Biden and Donald Trump. — Screengrab/YouTube/WFAA

As US President Joe Biden and former commander-in-chief Donald Trump are heading to the poll this November, it appears that the voters of Texas have a new choice as a 7th-grade math teacher announced his bid for the White House.

As the reports indicate that people are not as excited about the choices for the presidency, the teacher decided to stand against Joe Biden and Donald Trump, implying that any can be a choice but not these two, reported NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth.

For this reason, he changed his name to “Literally Anybody Else.”

Else, whose former name was Dustin Ebey, said that he tried to make his point by changing his name.

Literally Anybody Else believes voters should be provided choices other than Donald Trump and Joe Biden. — Screengrab/YouTube/KVUE
Literally Anybody Else believes voters should be provided choices other than Donald Trump and Joe Biden. — Screengrab/YouTube/KVUE 

“America wants something different. We want something better. We deserve something better,” said the resident of North Richland Hills.

He also said that he started to prepare for his presidential campaign by buying the website domain and designing T-shirts.

“Literally Anybody Else isn’t just a person,” Else wrote on his website.

“For too long have Americans been a victim of its political parties putting party loyalty over governance. Together lets send the message to Washington and say, ‘You will represent the people or be replaced,’ ” Literally Anybody Else’s website read.

He also said that when it started, it was a joke until the 81-year-old Biden and 77-year-old criminally charged Trump secured their names on the ballot.

Else is cognisant of the fact that there would be hurdles in securing a name on the presidential ballot, by May 13 as he would be requiring 113,151 signatures from people who did not vote in the primaries.

He urged people to support his campaign.

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