Welcome to the 2018 Memeys! Here are the awards for the best (and worst) memes of 2018.Read More
This meme was covered here in a recent post. At the time there was no FBI data available after 2016, but now the FBI has released its hate crime statistics for 2017 so here’s how it stacks up.
This meme claims California suffers from a myriad of economic woes inflicted by Democrats. Some have merit, but others are misleading or false.
This meme claims that hate crimes increased dramatically since Trump was elected, particularly against minorities. The data doesn’t match the hype, and often shows the opposite.
This is shared as a humorous way to get out the vote, but it’s also misleading and a good example of “fake news” and sloppy reporting.
This meme implies “assault weapons” are a unique danger and threat in school shootings. But which guns are actually used most often?
This meme claims that 35 million people in the US are hungry. This is an inaccurate portrayal of the facts.
This meme claims that windmills take more energy to build than they will ever produce..
This meme originally came from American’s Against the Republican Party, but was recently shared by other large pages like Patriotic Millionaires and The Other 98%. It claims that Minnesota raised taxes on the rich, raised the…
This meme claims there are millions of “pus cells” in our milk, in addition to other toxins. What does the science say?