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Turning Point, a right-wing student movement for "free markets, limited government and public responsibility", just launched its Twitter account, and needless to say, it got off to rather a bad start.

Essentially, people have decided to troll them by setting up a number of spoof accounts, and they're hilarious.

As the founders desperately try to distinguish real accounts from fake accounts, the whole thing got progressively worse and worse for the right-wing organisation.

Unsurprisingly, the whole meltdown caused much hilarity.

For the uninitiated, Turning Point was established in the United States and is a right-wing pressure group aimed at millennials. It's UK chapter got backing from Nigel Farage and Jacob Rees-Mogg - yes, it's that bad.

It attempts to engage young people with slogans such as “Socialism SUCKS!” and “Big government SUCKS!”, and it was founded by ex-Breitbart contributor Charlie Kirk.

At least the site's launch has done one thing - it's brought everyone together to rinse them.

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