Memes More Likely To Be True

From the Babylon Bee:

Study: Facts Communicated In Meme Format Much More Likely To Be True

“While we used to believe that facts were facts, we now know that a completely false statement can instantly become a whole lot more true if it’s put into a dank meme,” said Dr. Michael Wallace of Harvard University. “Truthfulness is completely dependent on how savage the meme is. If you put some info on a template of Steven Crowder sitting at a ‘Change My Mind’ booth, it’s probably universally true, for instance.”

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