I take your point and understand what you are saying and you know that I am joking. But we are all caricatures of something or someone.
As a white male, am I a KKK representation or anything like Hawley or McConnell or Jeffrey Epstien etc?
I think we have to stop being so sensitive and start looking at the context. I have memes of Trump as an ape, a dog, a horse, a blowhard, fat white man, a racist etc. Should I worry that I will offend all of those animals and people? I know really funny jokes about jews, catholics, priests, women, men, Asians, Hispanics etc.
I don't like a world where I am policed constantly because it really makes me resent the police. I am made fun of by my black, Asian, gay, Hispanic friends all the time and it doesn't bother me a little bit because I am allowed to give as good as I get. If any became overly sensitive for a silly reason instead of a valid concern, we won't be friends anymore. We know what each other represents and we understand the context of humor.
My dad listens to people like Alf Garnet, Bernie Manning and Jim Richardson, British occasionally racist comedians because they are seriously funny but I have seen Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor also being very racist, but I won't stop listening to them because they are also seriously funny!
If Trump says something racist, he means it, but not Biden because he's just kidding. Sort of like AL Franken, costing us a brilliant senator because of overreacting.