There’s always a danger in trying to get a hashtag to trend. Sometimes, it does for all the wrong reasons.
Soon there were plenty of tweets “thanking” Trump for reasons his supporters definitely wouldn’t appreciate.
Here’s a sampling:
#ThankYouTrump for freezing all regulations. Who wants educated and concerned people looking out for our health, the environment and stuff.— Tommy Campbell (@MrTommyCampbell) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for gathering together a bunch of old, white, GOP men to sign away women's rights in order to soothe your impotency issues. 😠— Aღanda (@GrnEyedMandy) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for putting so much of your white, privileged man power into taking away women's reproductive rights.— Nicole | #ImWithHer (@jblover12223) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for bringing Nazis out of the woodwork for us to punch in the face.— Gingie (@VelvetMcIntyre) January 25, 2017
For caring about popular votes and crowd sizes more than the American people #ThankYouTrump— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) January 24, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for making Saturday Night Live Great Again!!— Stacy 📎 (@myeucatastrophe) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump— AssimilationProof (@AssimilationPro) January 25, 2017
For ruining the earth for our children and grandchildren.
#ThankYouTrump for turning our country into a dystopian reality show.— Lala La (@LA_Detroit) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for freezing funding for science. Who needs innovation anyways?— Dianne P. (@dianne727) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for stopping the National Park Service from educating people about climate change. More proof of how ignorant u r !— Jason Bourne (@TheOriginalWTH) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for warning us of the dangers of giving speeches to Goldman Sachs executives, then filling your cabinet with them. Hypocrisy.— Tanya (@tgreene319) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for showing people that anyone truly can become president. Even a bigoted, racist, misogynistic liar.— Joan Green (@Joanieg88) January 25, 2017
#ThankYouTrump for reintroducing classic literature like 1984 and Animal Farm to a panicked populace.— Hardly Serious (@SeriousHardly) January 25, 2017
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