Here's a thing.
Well, here's a factcheck for you: Snopes doesn't factcheck specific sources and declare them true or not. It factchecks claims that circulate on the internet.
Snopes fact-checks the claims and traces them back to their source.
Their perception as being left-wing comes from refusing to be biased for conservatives.
So, you can see this deliberate lack of understanding pop up in a series of false equivalencies and false claims of hypocrisy/bias from the right. Assuming Snopes is fact-checking TBB in order to suppress it is an example of the latter.
As word goes around that the Dayton shooter had apparently shared support of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren online, conservative Twitter started deploying this as a (pardon the phrase) trump card.
The problem is, they believe it.
They think we're scoring a point by saying "He liked Trump. Trump is bad."
But it's not the same connection. They haven't stopped to understand what the connection is.
And we've got to stop sitting back and letting them do that.
Because their false frame isn't real. It doesn't *work*.
They can't be convinced and they don't want to be.
Why would we?
Keep repeating the truth.
But the thing about trying to debate the right on social media is... it's got a very low cost of admission, which makes it appealing.
And while the entry cost is low, those hidden fees will get you every time.
We aren't just better at comedy, we are better at joy. We are better at supporting and upholding one another. We are better at compliments - you can compliment someone better if you understand their point of view!