Poe's law states that without a clear indicator of an author's intent (like a wink or a smiley), "it is impossible to create a parody of extreme views so obviously exaggerated that it cannot be mistaken by some readers for a sincere expression of the views being parodied." Such is the case when I saw a post on Facebook from the "Patriots Against Railroad Trespassing" page has cancelled Pantera.
Why was Pantera cancelled? Because they shared a photo of a girl wearing Pantera merch on railroad tracks. The Facebook page writes "I thought Pantera stood for our country and traditional conservative values," adding "How wrong I was."
The page continues "Instead they PROMOTE RAILROAD TRESPASSING by sharing this photo of a scantily-dressed fan breaking the law! It would have been easy to simply tell the Police the name of this wench but no! They should be arrested and detained for possessing and FLAUNTING this evidence of criminal activity in everyone’s faces instead of notifying law enforcement! Consider yourselves cancelled. 🤡"
As much as we wanted this insanity to be real, it does in fact look to be a total parody page, based on other posts and the page's website url pointing to another parody page.
But again, Poe's Law makes it hard to discern these things sometimes.