Twitter, as is its way, responded quickly to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's questionable admiration of Fidel Castro following the dictator's death. The hashtag #trudeaueulogy started trending almost immediately and has gotten funnier and funnier with each passing hour.
Here's just a sampling of the most shared tweets sporting the hashtag. Turns out people who enjoy the free speech platform of an application like Twitter are pretty critical of a repressive dictator. Go figure.
Freddie loved the company of children & made sure the dreams of every child on Elm Street came true. #TrudeauEulogy— Judge Don Willett (@Judge Don Willett)1480223943.0
"A deeply religious man, Darth Vader played a formative role in his son's life." #TrudeauEulogy https://t.co/Lv69YodGsQ— Michael Hendrix (@Michael Hendrix)1480203306.0
"While controversial, Sho'nuff will always be remembered as the meanest, the prettiest, and the baddest."… https://t.co/xMFdBQSLpu— David Wood (@David Wood)1480235849.0
While controversial, Hurricane Katrina revitalized construction in New Orleans. #trudeaueulogy #TrudeauEulogies https://t.co/tuXsKAJa8d— David Wood (@David Wood)1480234414.0
"We deep sadness and appreciation we honor Sauron, who sought to create a more unified world." #TrudeauEulogy… https://t.co/UVUVE12JqX— Fishing With Fredo (@Fishing With Fredo)1480218301.0
While controversial, Henry VIII loved all his wives equally, and was a purveyor of women's rights. #trudeaueulogy #TrudeauEulogies— Brock Bagley (@Brock Bagley)1480218179.0
OJ Simpson's surprising and unappreciated devotion to cutlery carved new swaths in marital history. #trudeaueulogy— Ben Shapiro (@Ben Shapiro)1480217416.0