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Right Next To Swastikas: Anti-Defamation League Adds Alt-Right Frog Mascot “Pepe” To Hate Symbols List

Earlier this month Skittles Trump tweeted the above image. Via (of course) Breitbart: Pepe the Frog has been added to the Anti-Defamation League’s Hate Symbol Database, where it currently sits alongside symbols such as the Nazi swastika, burning crosses, and SS lightning bolts. “In recent years, with the growth of the ‘alt right’ segment of... The post Right Next To Swastikas: Anti-Defamation League Adds Alt-Right Frog Mascot “Pepe” To Hate Symbols List appeared first on Joe.
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