Ugly Gerry: A Font Made Of Gerrymandered Congressional Districts

Gerrymandering is a term that goes back to an 1812 political cartoon that mocks the redrawing of Massachusetts state senate election districts under Governor Elbridge Gerry. Somebody took inspiration from this and made a font typeface out of it.

The font is called Ugly Gerry and serves as a fun reminder that our political system is fundamentally dysfunctional.

What are your thoughts on this one?

(Image Credit: Gerry/ Twitter)

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Sure seems like that if the left had won in 2016, the political system wouldn't be so "dysfunctional" and everything would be just fine and even electoral colleges would still be cool. Gerrymandering is necessary to counteract the illegal immigrant and dead people vote.
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Every human that has ever existed is biased and "gerrymandering". I gerrymander all decisions in my apartment against anyone else that comes into my apartment. America gerrymanders against all other countries, and they the same.Everything eats everything. This has been a public service announcement against Virtue Signaling.
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