"count the types of memes featured. In 2016, most political memes were hate filled memes, aimed at those that didn't support a certain candidate. Most were false claims, and when pointed out, the poster would immediately fall into name calling, and, on occasion, threats of physical violence. (isn't the anonymity of the internet wonderful) You could down vote it, even flag it, but the mods were too busy supporting the original poster."
"True, I see attacks from both sides, but it seems that the conservative side seems to have the lion's share of attacking a group. Regardless, when I see an attack like that, I simply flag it and quote the TOS. They usually disappear. Everyone needs to do that."
Funny, this argument only comes up when it's a conservative meme, not when some liberal is making fun of President Trump."
Wrong. Conservative memes tend to insult the entire leftist group, liberals and, on occasion, progressives. Trump memes pretty much stick to making fun of trump."
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I should have clarified, any attack on a group, even a political group, regardless of left or right wing, I flag. I'll also flag memes that are attacking the poster's school teacher, because this, IMHO, is not the forum for that."
"...because this, IMHO, is not the forum for that."
Personal opinion based on a personal preference has no bearing on the TOS.
Bear in mind, an opinion attacking anyone, even conservatives who you alledge to be the main culprits in this activity, is a TOS violation.