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Election Day is providing a lot of context for no-context Twitter accounts

Election Day is providing a lot of context for no-context Twitter accounts

No-context pop culture Twitter accounts are getting a whole lot of context this week, sharing some very pertinent, relatable screenshots amidst the 2020 U.S. presidential election. It’s a bit of wry levity to help claw us through this.

Out-of-context Twitter accounts typically post screenshots of television shows without comment, often highlighting the absurdity of particular moments or phrases. While many accounts are still doing so this week, there’s also been a noticeable trend in what type of stills are being highlighted. Themes of despair, comfort, fear, and voting have been prominent in many of these accounts’ latest tweets, offering some sly commentary on the political hellscape that is U.S. Election Day. Read more…

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