Last night on Twitter the hashtag #MormonMafia started trending across the US.
It all started thanks to this tweet from Lou Dobbs.
Like a certain group of music videos from a certain musician, his tweet would have been considered some sort of bad adjective that ends with “ist” if it was about any other demographic of people.
Although the alt-right and Trump’s supporters started using the hashtag to spread their anti-Mormon message about Mormons not supporting their guy, the hashtag quickly got hijacked.
Here are some of the most hilarious clap backs to the Mormon haters.
1. This great variation on a classic meme.
— Heath Waddingham (@heathwadds) October 27, 2016
2. This terrifying act of violence.
— Verity America (@verity_america) October 27, 2016
3. This Deacon.
"Say hello to my little friend!
His name is Josh and he just loves a good game of charades."
— AgainstTrumpDude (@TheAmishDude) October 27, 2016
4. This duo of death and destruction.
— Ben Winslow (@BenWinslow) October 27, 2016
5. This dirty joke.
What do the Book of Mormon and Donald Trump have in common?
They both have a small Enos.
— Soy Juan Miller (@EveryTrumpFan) October 27, 2016
6. This baptizer OF the dead.
I made him an offer he couldn't refuse. Because he was dead. So I baptized him anyway. #MormonMafia
— Ex-MormonMafiaLlama (@DemonNinjaLlama) October 27, 2016
7. This avoider of R-rated movies.
— Cameron Robinson (@CameronMVM) October 27, 2016
8. This minor celebrity.
"Those are some nice thoughts you got there. It'd be a shame if virtue didn't garnish them." #MormonMafia
— Jeremy Warner (@TheJeremyWarner) October 27, 2016
9. This group of bad hombres.
— Philip Moon ? (@Philip_R_Moon) October 27, 2016
10. This Presbyterian ally.
— Sarah Rumpf (@rumpfshaker) October 27, 2016
11. This pair keeping an eye on their turf.
— Lowell Johnson (@lowelljohnsonjr) October 27, 2016
12. This fetching awesome movie movie poster.
— oliver binkhorst (@obinkhorst) October 27, 2016
13. And this OG (Original Gangster for you still earning your first teardrop tat.)
— Derik Stevenson (@derikstevenson) October 27, 2016
The original tweets spewing hate at Mormons was the first time in my life I almost felt like I was feeling the prosecution my seminary teacher swore I’d experience all of the time. But I’m glad to see that the message got hijacked quickly by less terrible people.
Maybe we deserve our own (((Name-thingy))) now that the alt-right hates us like they hate Jewish people but hopefully this is a one-and-done experience.
Just so you know, there is a Change.org petition to can Lou Dobs for his anti-Mormon sentiments.
You know, in case you’re interested.
Just keep this in mind when you vote.