I have been watching the Trump/Pence era closely.
I was a regular user of Reddit’s /r8a subreddit, which was a community dedicated to promoting the President and his agenda.
As I had been a supporter of the Trump campaign, and the movement he built as a businessman, I found myself watching the media and the media-media-media cycles unfold.
There was much discussion about whether or not there was collusion between the media, the DNC, and Russia, and about whether President Trump was legitimately elected.
The media was very critical of Trump.
I watched as Trump was given his first press conference, and I was very excited about the news that he was taking questions from the press.
But, at the same time, I noticed the media was completely obsessed with the Russia investigation, and a huge amount of time was spent on the Russia scandal, which led to an awful lot of focus on the alt-left.
That was very, very, frustrating.
At one point, we even had a subreddit dedicated to the alt right called /r9k/, which was completely devoted to bashing President Trump.
But the alt r9k community was so focused on attacking President Trump, they got into a lot of fights.
And so, I thought that I would share some of the memes that I had found that I thought were useful, and then share them with my fellow Redditors, so that we could see how the alt lite community was going about attacking the President.
I also found that they were using the same memes that were popular on Twitter and Facebook, and that it was very easy to see that they all shared the same basic message: “The media is corrupt, and we are the real power, and it’s our responsibility to expose the media’s corruption and take the media down.”
So, I created a meme that I felt was going to get the most attention and make it a meme of the alt white nationalist movement.
The meme that we came up with, which is called the “alt-right” meme, is actually very similar to what the alt left did when they started using the phrase “alt right,” and I thought it would be good to use it for the alt meme, too.
So, this is what we ended up doing: I created an alt meme and then I went to /r10 and I made it into an alt alt meme.
We did a test post of it on /r7, where we posted it to /u/RalphMcFly, who is an alt right moderator.
I posted the image of the meme to /a/, the /r11 subreddit, and people were like, “What is this?
What is this?”
I thought, “Oh, this looks like a joke.”
So I changed the title of the post to something more humorous.
We posted it again to /9 and /10, and all of a sudden, we had a thousand comments.
And it was pretty funny.
So I posted it on Reddit to see what the reaction would be.
It was like, Oh my God, this meme has become the most popular meme in the subreddit.
The next day, it was the most subscribed meme in /r5.
The first comment on the meme was, “Who are these people that are getting this meme?
What’s going on?”
So, they were like “This is the alt meme, it’s like an alt lites meme.”
So that’s what it was all about.
The rest of the discussion was about how it is the right thing to do, and this is the reason why people are doing it, and why they are so upset about what’s happening.
The alt meme is a meme I created and I put up on Reddit, and, in just a couple of hours, people are talking about it.
The other day, a Redditor named /u/_wilson_ posted an alt memepememe on /a/.
He created an account called /u_wilsonian_w_and posted an image of a frog and a red circle on his page.
It is a frog.
It’s a frog in the middle of a circle, and he wrote “Alt-right frog meme.”
He wrote it on his profile, and his username is “dave_wilsson.”
He also created a fake Twitter account with a picture of a giant frog, and said, “Hey, it looks like you’re a frog.”
He tweeted that, and within a few hours, thousands of people were talking about the frog meme.
It went viral.
It spread like wildfire, and they all liked it.
It just went viral and went viral, and over a week later, it had been liked a million times, and had been shared over 1,000 times.
It became the most shared meme on Reddit.
Within days, we saw that the meme had spread from one subreddit to another. It wasn’t