This is the future that liberals want. http://pic.twitter.com/QwterpqQbH— /pol/ News Network (@polNewsNetwork1) March 1, 2017
That's... Actually... Exactly what we want.
I don't want to say "literally, yeah" but also...literally, yeah. https://t.co/JGMhLbHWMq— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) March 1, 2017
This image is a simple illustration of how public, common infrastructure is key to achieving a plural society. #sewersocialism right here.— Emil Seidel (@mayorseidel) March 2, 2017
100 per cent:
@polNewsNetwork1 Previously oppressed groups feeling safe in public? Yes, I want that! Let's do this! :D :D— Marcian Tobay (@MarcianTobay) March 2, 2017
@polNewsNetwork1 two people calmly sitting on a bus. oh the horror! I thought it was the SJWs who were supposed to be easily offended— Sunny Burn ☀ (@sunweasel) March 1, 2017
Looks like a great time actually...
@polNewsNetwork1 looks lit to me fam, where do I sign?— Donovan Darko (@DonovanFarley) March 1, 2017
@polNewsNetwork1 looks like a dope party to me— cx cope (@cxcope) March 2, 2017
It's just New York...
@polNewsNetwork1 Actually it's just called New York, and this sight barely fazes us.— Kevin Mac (@KevinMacTweets) March 1, 2017
Are we missing something here?
@polNewsNetwork1 I think it looks nice -- cultures existing comfortably together, no one being hurt in any way.— Jane Espenson (@JaneEspenson) March 2, 2017
What are we supposed to be seeing?
@polNewsNetwork1 I don't understand. Is it because of how clean the train car is?— KariAnn Ramadorai (@KariAnnWrites) March 1, 2017
@polNewsNetwork1 How cowardly do you have to be for this image to seem even vaguely threatening to you?— Susan Bennet (@oohstlou) March 1, 2017
Others have pointed out that the photograph represents diversity which already exists...
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