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Over the Easter bank holiday weekend, many politicians seemed to think that it was sensible to deliver Easter messages to their followers on Twitter.
Needless to say, a number of them backfired somewhat, including Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg's which simply said:
Christ is risen. He is risen indeed, Alleluia.
However, try as he might, Rees-Mogg's tweet went down like a lead balloon with social media users.
This is what Jacob shouts when he has an erection and his wife is in the other room https://t.co/oFivoCsk5v — TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon)
Thus thwarting the democratic vote against Him and for Barabas. Bloody elites. https://t.co/OQzFHfS6ND — David Baddiel (@David Baddiel)
Every year without fail. What a good egg. https://t.co/s3KbwISGwk — Pat Condell (@Pat Condell)
@Jacob_Rees_Mogg You're very selective about which parts of the bible you pay attention to aren't you Jacob https://t.co/uPyQvXNIIK — James Felton (@James Felton)
The message was at least on topic, referencing Christ on the most important day in the Christian calendar. Donald Trump was branded 'narcissistic' for his Tweet, that simply referenced the United States' economy and erm, surprisingly enough, himself.
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