This is What Every Lefty Meme Looks Like

One glance at this image, and you almost have to do a double take to realize it’s a total satire of leftist content pages on social media.

Every line is essentially spot on in how these meme messages are formatted. As stated to the left, the heavily emotive images are typically included with key words being underlined, often in bright colors to attract attention.

Of course, little if any facts are typically included in the memes — one of main reasons we do what we can here to dispel these viral myths.

But, we can go a bit further in analyzing how the left communicates its message to its online audience. Pages like Occupy Democrats, The Other 98%, and others have become almost too predictable to even appreciate as online satire — as memes were originally intended to be.

Other forms of entertainment marketed toward young liberals are similarly formulaic in their approach. Take every single late night political comedy show, such as HBO’s Last Week Tonight With John Oliver or The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. The jumps between predictable punchlines mocking whatever President Trump has said on Twitter are inevitably followed by heavily edited cuts of conservatives or anyone not on the left, doctored in ways that can only seem absurd out of context.

Images like this represent our mission, and are also objectively hilarious at the same time.

~ Facts Not Memes


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