There's a certain kind of person people expect to vote for Donald Trump, whether they're real or not.
On July 21, Twitter user @malkatz asked internet users to do a fascinating thought experiment:
which fictional characters seem like they "absolutely voted for Trump."
The answers seemed frighteningly accurate.
Name a fictional character who absolutely voted for Trump. NO villains.— MK ULTA (@MK ULTA)1563707153.0
According to @Malkatz's rules, the character could come from any country or period in history—this was more about their personalities and political beliefs.
Amy Poehler from Mean Girls is a MAGA Mom— MK ULTA (@MK ULTA)1563742045.0
To kick things off, she had some ideas of his own!
Champ Kind https://t.co/nUDgh8BCFh— MK ULTA (@MK ULTA)1563743737.0
here is my official stance on the IASIP crew: https://t.co/cWXwBnid1o— MK ULTA (@MK ULTA)1563747396.0
lady gaga's dad in a star is born.— MK ULTA (@MK ULTA)1563747641.0
The thread went viral, with people everywhere offering up their diehard fictional Trump supporters.
@malkatz Ricky Bobby. https://t.co/eqLTDqSOFs— The Deep State (@The Deep State)1563854011.0
@malkatz Rex of Rex Kwon Do https://t.co/Mlu6nLqmJp— BallsOut (@BallsOut)1563752725.0
@malkatz Hank Hill.— Daniel W. Drezner (@Daniel W. Drezner)1563756283.0
The characters were, for the most part, older white males, with a distinct conservative tilt.
@malkatz https://t.co/ccMj0HEDfN— boo boo keys (@boo boo keys)1563852523.0
@malkatz Bill Lumbergh https://t.co/MTdcwJzw7T— BallsOut (@BallsOut)1563752107.0
@malkatz Walker, Texas Ranger https://t.co/Hyk1IWAOgI— Chris -JesterBear 🐻 (@Chris -JesterBear 🐻)1563886400.0
Characters who were obsessed with money and wealth also seemed like a good fit.
@malkatz Mr Krabs— olivemcgowen_writingsmple.pdf (@olivemcgowen_writingsmple.pdf)1563807618.0
@malkatz Big from Sex and the City.— Jaime Primak (@Jaime Primak)1563751055.0
@malkatz Delia Deetz from Bettlejuice https://t.co/gXa8c80ZIF— Whataboutism Dog (@Whataboutism Dog)1563889513.0
Trump has also found a lot of support among people who are over-zealous about the military.
@malkatz Frank Burns and Margaret Houlihan— Historians4Pete (@Historians4Pete)1563893881.0
Sometimes, entire fictional families seem like they'd shout MAGA at the drop of a hat.
@malkatz https://t.co/GzwcWzA7jl— Molly Jong-Fast (@Molly Jong-Fast)1563749031.0
@SaffiEriksdottr @MollyJongFast @malkatz Most likely, Lucille Bluth would find a place in the administration. 😆— Jazah (@Jazah)1563750450.0
Even if characters lived hundreds of years before Trump, their opinions on social issues made their vote clear.
@malkatz https://t.co/XrTQqCM0ok— Kaci🖕🏻🤟🏻✊🏻 (@Kaci🖕🏻🤟🏻✊🏻)1563846310.0
@malkatz Violet Beauregarde's mom and Archie Bunker. https://t.co/7lNiOODIay— Khashoggi’s Ghost (@Khashoggi’s Ghost)1563757605.0
Some characters aren't that different from the people who played them...
@malkatz Tim the ToolMan...or any character played by Tim Allen https://t.co/LJaeI3gyvy— Lynsay (@Lynsay)1563864516.0
Though @Malkatz had asked for characters who weren't villains, one Twitter user left us with the true lesson of the viral Twitter prompt:
@malkatz Trick question: by voting for Trump they become a villain— 🏳️⚧️Fiona, That Gay Tief🏳️⚧️ (@🏳️⚧️Fiona, That Gay Tief🏳️⚧️)1563844880.0