Benjamin Aaron Shapiro has been the face of various memes for so many years. He is an American conservative political commentator and the Daily Wire founder. At age 17, Shapiro became the youngest columnist nationally syndicated in the United States.
Additionally, he writes columns for Newsweek, Ami Magazine, and Creators Syndicate and hosts a daily political podcast, The Ben Shapiro Show, and live radio show. Also, he has written eleven books, the first book, Brainwashed (2004): How Universities Indoctrinate America”s Youth.
In this book, he argues that students are not exposed to various aspects at universities. Those who do not have strong views will be confounded by an atmosphere overshadowed by liberal instructors, even if the debate is encouraged in classrooms. And his latest book, How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps (2020).
For those who understand Ben Shapiro, you know that Shapiro’s brilliance is often compromised by his voice, which is pretty similar to Eugene from Grease or that geeky kid in The Polar Express. Let’s take a peek at some of the Ben Shapiro memes on Twitter that surely give you a good laugh.
2020 was whole shit but did give us memes about how bad Ben Shapiro is at sex (shown above)
Ben Shapiro is fabulous for his debating skills, clasping opponents into a corner where they can’t talk themselves out. (Hot mic)
BBC broadcasted an interview of Shapiro and conservative English politico Andrew Neil on May 10th, 2019. Neil challenged him on some of Shapiro’s positions regarding recent trends in American abortion rights and brought up previous tweets.
Shapiro, seemingly unaware of Neil’s political beliefs, accused Neil of being a leftist and playing “gotcha journalism.” “It seems to me,” said Shapiro,” that merely going through and finding only things that sound bad out of purpose and then hitting people with them is a way for you to make a quick buck on BBC off the fact that I’m famous and no one has ever heard of you.” He ultimately abruptly ended the interview.
Before the interview’s airing, Shapiro tweeted some damage control, saying he apologized and was unfamiliar with Neil (shown below, left). The following day, after the interview telecasted, he quipped Andrew Neil Destroys Ben Shapiro and published an article about all of his past blunders.
On February 9th, 2018, Shapiro reacted to an editorial in the New York Times about Wakanda, the fictional location in the film Black Panther. The main purpose of the piece is to discuss the exact meaning of Wakanda in the context of society and art as it is a fictional African nation that has not been settled.
Responses to the Marvel superhero film Black Panther’s refers to a series of jokes like popularity f phrase, “Wakanda isn’t real.” Some people have taken issue with the fame of the film and the film’s set,, the fictional state of Wakanda. Further, respond to these criticisms with the phrase “Wakanda isn’t real.” has also been used to mock that reply and perceived hyperbolic response to a fantasy place.
Ben Shapiro’s responded to the post, “Wakanda isn’t real.” The post (shown above) got more than 13,000 likes and 3,400 retweets.