Jacob Rees-Mogg isn't as bad at Twitter as the likes of Donald Trump or Nigel Farage, but he has an uncanny ability of completely owning himself on the platform.
In a reaction to the potential of the UK having to go through with a long extension to the Brexit process, Rees-Mogg called on his peers and cohorts to be as 'difficult as possible' and obstruct and veto any policies or schemes that they come up with.
At the very moment when he wrote that tweet, Rees-Mogg probably thought that he was getting one over on the EU and really 'sticking it to the libs' with this statement.
Unfortunately for Rees-Mogg, this little tweet was a perfect example of the UK wielding some sort of power within the EU, something Ress-Mogg and his Brexiteer buddies have claimed that the UK can't do.
To say that the takedown of Rees-Mogg's tweet was swift and brutal would be a bit of an understatement.
Look at this bloody Remainiac getting over-excited at the thought of staying in and having influence over undemocra… https://t.co/SrkRpD0zBs