You may have noticed, it's Election Day. Voters are turning out in huge numbers, and people across the political spectrum are bracing themselves for potential disappointment.
Some of the disappointment has already arrived, building over the two years since the 2016 election. We've had to collectively come to grips with the fact that people share things online whether or not they're true, people say things whether or not they're true, and that it's awfully damn hard to stop the spread of it no matter how hard platforms like Facebook and Twitter might try. (And they arguably aren't trying hard enough as it is.)
So, we arrive at a new meme built to show how mentally drained and frustrated most people are as the midterm elections land.