On Thursday, British exit polls showed that Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party is on track for their worst election loss since 1924 — driven in large part by leadership's mixed signals about their stance on Brexit and a series of scandals surrounding anti-Semitic behavior within the party.
In addition to jubilant victory posts from the right, the overwhelming consensus on the internet among those sympathetic to Labour's cause was that Corbyn brought about his party's downfall:
Labour source: “This is a damning verdict on the Corbyn project. If the exit poll is accurate then jeremy Corbyn, K… https://t.co/LViAwG2Vjs— Lewis Goodall (@Lewis Goodall)1576189307.0
It looks like voters have rejected Jeremy Corbyn's antisemitism. We told you. We told you that the only way to sa… https://t.co/PEWGqVzXCa— Frances Weetman (@Frances Weetman)1576188471.0
I remember very well the canvass I did in a seat Labour hoped (still hopes!) to get. Huge anger at Brexit - they lo… https://t.co/qRGKvkEjuS— Seb Dance 🌹🇪🇺 (@Seb Dance 🌹🇪🇺)1576189372.0
On the doorstep in this election, the biggest issue by far was Jeremy Corbyn. Essentially the election was a refere… https://t.co/yZj2bb0Oep— Andrew Adonis (@Andrew Adonis)1576189391.0
It's obvious that Jeremy Corbyn will go after this defeat. We need to ensure that the bullying, cronyism and fairyt… https://t.co/sYEwoaBNcq— Nathan Yeowell (@Nathan Yeowell)1576189316.0
I can’t shake the feeling that if @tom_watson had been leader of the Labour Party the outcome of this could’ve all… https://t.co/hrUgvB6c1V— James Corden (@James Corden)1576189073.0