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8yearmaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

So did Elon make this or repost it?

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8yearmaga 2 points ago +2 / -0

Appointments for marriage licenses and ceremonies that have already been booked prior to September 22 will not require proof of full vaccination, however any new appointments for marriage licences and ceremonies will be required.

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8yearmaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cheating in mass to make the entire thing look ridiculous to normies.

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8yearmaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

It is about time that we cheated. They do nothing but cheat . Next up, just mail in pallets of ballots for our candidates

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8yearmaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

Please mirror on Tor before the Biden truth police make the site illegal

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8yearmaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

Move Patriots to a tore site, Stat

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8yearmaga 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have been directing people to this video for 10 years. It never gets old

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8yearmaga 4 points ago +4 / -0

In the fever swamps of Instagram, a network of right-wing meme accounts run by teenage boys and young men has erupted into an advertising powerhouse reaching millions. These memers — who regularly post far-right conspiracy theories, anti-vaccine propaganda and other incendiary clickbait — first caught the attention of obscure brands selling cheap MAGA merch, who started paying them to display ads to their rapidly growing conservative audiences. The money wasn’t great, as a few memers told HuffPost last summer, but it still felt like a big deal to watch their Instagram pages blossom into mini businesses.

Little did they know, members of Donald Trump’s inner circle would soon come knocking.

Since the 2020 election, these meme moguls have quietly collected payments to run ads for the Trump campaign’s “Election Defense Fund”; former senior Trump aide Jason Miller’s new social media network, GETTR; Trump confidant Mike Lindell’s bedding company, MyPillow; and, as recently as a few weeks ago, the National Republican Senatorial Committee. In a few cases, the memers have included high-schoolers as young as 14. Some of these discreet ad deals were brokered directly between teens and former members of the Trump White House, communications obtained by HuffPost reveal.

Most of the ads come in the form of memes with captions urging people to click customized links inserted into the memers’ Instagram bios, which lead to the promoted parties’ websites. The memers typically earn a small “conversion” fee for each person who uses their link, doled out by third-party marketing agencies working with big-name clients. Given the massive reach of several of these pages, often boosted by Instagram’s powerful recommendation algorithms, this can quickly add up. For the recent GETTR ad campaign, memers earned $0.85 per conversion with a cap of 25,000 conversions — or $21,250.

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8yearmaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

So cool! Are you a student or part of the staff? I thought I was the only one.

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8yearmaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is this video on alt platforms now?

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8yearmaga 4 points ago +4 / -0

No, my source for comedy

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8yearmaga 2 points ago +2 / -0

Get off your ass FBI and investigate this.

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8yearmaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ever since r/the_donald I have never looked back. I was so proud of my wife when she asked a year ago. What is that site you like? She loves it now.

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