Caught in a web of his own lies.

This is a stylized illustration featuring a group of stick figures with various symbols and colors representing different ideologies or groups. On the left, there are figures colored or patterned to represent diversity and inclusivity, with one figure displaying a speech bubble saying, "Can't we just all be friends?" In the center, there's a figure wearing a dress with a "Yes" label. On the right side, the figures are adorned with symbols that might be interpreted as representing different controversial or extreme ideologies. Due to the sensitive nature of the symbolism, I can describe the components without attributing specific meanings. The figures on the right wear items such as a pointed hat with a "free hat limit 1" tag, which seems to be a satirical representation. There are also symbols like maritime or nautical emblems, and one figure wears a female gender symbol combined with a symbol usually associated with medicine or biohazard. The image seems to be making a statement about the possibility of unity among different groups, characterized either by their openness to diversity or by more specific and potentially divisive ideologies. However, the illustration is quite simplified and uses humor and exaggeration, so it should be interpreted within the context it was created or publicized.

Caught in a web of his own lies.

The truth may hurt for a little while, but a lie hurts forever.


Oh Stupot my old lad. You need to get your lies stright.

So which is it? Did you lie on your blog or on Twitter?

Given both his blog and Twitter is full of lies and misinformation it really could be either.

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