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Pepe the Frog listed among common hate symbols by Anti-Defamation League

Once just a "gross but versatile" cartoon frog, Pepe slid the rage-greased chute of chan culture into the toilet of offensive memes and popped up on the other side in the Anti-Defamation League's archives. There, he takes his place beside the swastika and the Confederate flag. Also referred to as the “sad frog meme,” Pepe the Frog did not originally have anti-Semitic connotations.
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