Social media has its uses and benefits. The left discovered that back in 2008 as they utilized it to help elect Barack Obama. Admittedly good Christian people were simply outclassed in the use of electronic resources. One of the features of this electronic means of communications is the ability to communicate to others while obfuscating one's own identity. However, such anonymity means reduced accountability, leading some to believe that they can let loose with their less-than-noble impulses. One might expect leftwing atheists to wallow in that swill, and they do. Sadly, some who profess to be Christian have also succumbed to such temptations.
There are sites devoted to Christian (?) humor. While for the most part the jokes and memes are decent enough, there are troubling instances where they cross unacceptable lines. The comments on these posts are also quite disappointing. A few of us have attempted to remind others of proper Christian morality and decorum only to be mocked as having no "sense of humor". I will post some examples, apologizing in advance for the regrettable nature of these, but if we want to see some reasons why we are not proceeding in the fight for Christian culture, we must be prepared to see what some in our midst consider to be acceptable behavior.