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Today's Daily Mail devoted their front 13 pages to coverage attacking Jeremy Corbyn's credentials for Prime Minister and instructing voters to keep him out of office.
The news stories predominately focus on his meetings with the IRA, his security credentials, and Diane Abbott as Home Secretary.
Diane Abbott has, hours before polling day, been temporarily replaced as home secretary due to a period of ill health.
People noticed the coverage and have been mocking it on the hashtag #LastMinuteCorbynSmears, which was trending in the UK.
Jeremy Corbyn: the facts. #LastMinuteCorbynSmears https://t.co/VWBkEhAn8o — David Schneider (@David Schneider)
I once saw him put a cat in a bin #LastMinuteCorbynSmears — Perj (@Perj)
Corbyn Is responsible for all those lost odd socks. #LastMinuteCorbynSmears — Up the garden path (@Up the garden path)
Jeremy Corbyn once took a holiday in the 1980s and is now a tourist sympathiser.
#LastMinuteCorbynSmears https://t.co/NsWGM1BXDT — Nick Waddell (@Nick Waddell)
Corbyn Is So Left He Refuses To Stand On The Right On London Tube Escalators #LastMinuteCorbynSmears — Declan Cashin (@Declan Cashin)
Jeremy Corbyn is ambiguous about Marmite.
#LastMinuteCorbynSmears — Brian Hall (@Brian Hall)
Corbyn buys jam at Waittose and steams the stickers off to pretend he made it — Will Black (@Will Black)
The #LastMinuteMaySmears hashtag is also predominately mocking Theresa May. Because Tories, it seems, aren't on Twitter.
And if they are they don't usually find this kind of thing worthwhile.
She's also done a perfectly good job of smearing herself this campaign, so it's completely unnecessary.
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