NYT Compiles Some Of The Most Popular Images Russians Shared - They're Nearly All D-Tier MemesThe media wants you to think these garbage memes swayed the election
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The New York Times released a selection of some of the most popular social media posts the Russians are alleged to have shared during or after the 2016 election and it turns out they're almost all D-tier memes which likely influenced no one.
The only non-meme was one post which was an actual video of American cops beating someone.
From The New York Times:
Posted Sept. 8, 2016, by the Being Patriotic Facebook pageTrump cited those numbers during a debate with Clinton. Most people think veterans should get preference over fake refugees. Hillary Clinton did not. Regardless, they want you to think that meme swayed the election.
Posted March 2, 2016, by the Instagram account @army_of_jesus_That's another D-tier boomer meme. It's not even political.
Posted Nov. 23, 2016, by the Blacktivist Facebook pageThe video is authentic and was shared by tons of other people.
Posted June 11, 2017, by the Instagram account @blackstagram_As Moon of Alabama has highlighted in the past, there's a good chance the Internet Research Agency is actually just a marketing company which used the election to build fake profiles for profit.
An Internet Research Agency cross-platform brandThat's the only mildly interesting one. It's no different than 99% of the other garbage posted to Twitter. The fact it's pushing a leftist agenda is just supposed to be ignored.
Three out of five of these "most popular" posts are leftist garbage but the media wants you to believe they somehow won Trump the election.
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