As part of his bid to retain the Labour leadership, Jeremy Corbyn held a rally in the left-wing stronghold of Liverpool last night.
Estimates put the number of attendees at 5,000, a sizeable number, but not exactly the crowds depicted in this tweet.
Quite the turnout for Jeremy Corbyn pic.twitter.com/bcdWfhjd09
-- Ciaran (@naomhciaran) August 1, 2016
The post, and other similar posts, were tweeted by numerous Corbynistas, decrying the lack of coverage by mainstream media using the hashtag #Wearehismedia.
-- Richard Woolley (@beingrichard) August 1, 2016
-- Joseph daniel foster (@DanielDanny4755) August 2, 2016
-- kate styles (@bailey6117) August 1, 2016
The images are actually from the 2005 Champions League winners parade, where Liverpool players rode through the city on a double-decker bus.
The fact checking issues continue. This ain't Corbyn's rally it's Liverpool's 2005 Champions League celebrations. pic.twitter.com/6DzVDAo3DR
-- Jo-Anne Rowney (@JoAnne_Rowney) August 2, 2016
The awkward social media mishap, as usual, sparked a flurry of mickey-taking tweets.
-- JudeoBlairiteHybrid (@KenAidel) August 2, 2016
not a bad turnout at this Corbyn rally tbh pic.twitter.com/yMGkmpsTpI
-- Jon Stone (@joncstone) August 1, 2016
Corbyn rally in Liverpool shamefully ignored by MSM. pic.twitter.com/PG3COb6og5
-- David Ross (@RossFootball) August 2, 2016
-- Narice says... (@NariceB) August 1, 2016
Here's the actual scene, from Corbyn's own fingertips.