New York Times Credits Breitbart for Spread of #JobsNotMobs Slogan

Breitbart | 11/6/2018 | Staff
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A recent article from the New York Times analyzing the spread of the #JobsNotMobs slogan credits Breitbart News with helping the term rise in popularity.

A recently published article from the New York Times titled “Tracing a Meme From the Internet’s Fringe to a Republican Slogan,” analyzes how the #JobsNotMobs slogan became popular online, eventually being used by President Donald Trump himself. The Times writes:

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Since President Trump’s election, his loyalists online have provided him with a steady stream of provocative posts and shareable memes, often filtered up from platforms like Reddit through media channels like Fox News. In return, Mr. Trump has championed many of their messages as his own, amplifying them back to his larger base.

This feedback loop is how #JobsNotMobs came to be. In less than two weeks, the three-word phrase expanded from corners of the right-wing internet onto some of the most prominent...
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