Here's an actually pretty funny one, although I don't know if it was made by an actual leftist.
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nobody wants to read someone's manifesto, they want something snappy and funny. Not to mention that the kind of person that likes and shares memes will not be the same kind of person that has hardline lefty beliefs. Most "popular" memes are inherently countercultural, because no edgy teen is going to want to save or share one that regurgitates the same beliefs their public school is already shoving down their throats.
They will never learn:
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They wrote a paragraph that basically says "your beliefs bad, mine good". Also, many of their points such as "based in emotion" and "worldview through peer pressure and cult-like indoctrination" can be applied to online lefties as well.
First of all, I find it hilarious that they portrayed the rioters as glowies by accident.