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Anti-Defamation League Classifies White Nationalist Favorite “Pepe the Frog” Online Hate Symbol

The Anti-Defamation League, on Tuesday, designated the cartoon character “Pepe the Frog”—an online favorite of white supremacists of the alt-right—an online hate symbol. Also known, as the “sad frog meme,” the character started innocently enough in 2005 as a character with the catchphrase “feels good, man” in the online cartoon Boy’s Club and did not have any racist or anti-Semitic undertones.
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