The Brief: Destress (or re-stress) from the of drama Super Tuesday 2020 with these democratic primary memes featuring a range of political perspectives.
While you wait for the results to roll in, scroll through these Super Tuesday memes. These include highlights of Democratic primary-related memes and image macros posted in the days and hours before fourteen states including California and Texas and one territory vote in the presidential primary.
Memes may not be the best way to determine who you’ll vote for, but they’re playing an increasingly relevant role in elections. Gain some insight into the meme discourse that’s taking place online, often among young people, and take a break from traditional election coverage with these memes. Beware, however, they may dunk on your candidate of choice.
Super Tuesday Memes
Note: the following memes do not reflect the official views of StayHipp. They are a collection of popular posts from several social media platforms, groups, and individual users.
Many of these memes reference Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg’s announcements that they were dropping out of the race and endorsing Joe Biden, just the day before Super Tuesday.
— Scott Tobias (@scott_tobias) March 2, 2020
Hello I come bearing meme pic.twitter.com/CbWhzfYnSn
— Jellicle Jew, Esq. (@clapifyoulikeme) February 29, 2020
From A Star Is Born:
— cloutney (@CourtneySoliday) March 2, 2020
So Pete, Amy, and now Beto?
— Ahmed Baba (@AhmedBaba_) March 3, 2020
Finally the right opportunity for this stock photo pic.twitter.com/ksYLvsEVKD
— Mark Byrne (@markwby) March 2, 2020
A Predator handshake meme:
— 🗳 📷 (@sharokh_mirzai) March 2, 2020
#TBT to Jeb Bush:
A Bloomberg billboard meme:
A Rick ripping the wallpaper meme: