Michael Bloomberg’s Campaign Suddenly Drops Memes Everywhere (NYT)

farmland

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This shit happened in Australia with Clive Palmer, whilst it had some success in nudging people towards the liberal party via preferences his party didn't actually win any seats.

Hopefully people don't end up falling for it.
 

Falchion

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This is honestly a really smart strategy to take over memes since that's a younger demographic that probably isn't as plugged into the primaries right now.
 

muteKi

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These are all just shockingly awful. You can tell that they're being made in absence of a clear policy goal or vision.

Like even for a lot of surreal memes or the absurdity of a lot of "weird twitter" like dril, they're still almost always built from a specific political outlook.
 

muteKi

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So like, what the fuck are they going to do with the Bloomberg network in the effectively nonexistent chance this dude actually wins a general election. Will they rebrand it the Fuckjerry News Network or some shit