Gay Twitter couldn't help but roast President Dwight D. Eisenhower for the manner in which he posed in a resurfaced photograph.
The photo was posted by Twitter account @NormalPresident, which is dedicated to sharing various Presidents and Vice Presidents going about their daily lives during their time in office.
Gay Twitter mocked how the 34th U.S. President from 1953 to 1961 was tightly crossing his legs and leaning to one side while seated in front of the American flag in this June 19, 1945 photo.
While it's unfair to suggest someone might be "gay" based on a photo's pose, the President's homophobic policies prompted the LGBTQ+ community to make an exception by ruthlessly roasting Eisenhower.
His administration contributed to the homophobic Lavender Scare—the moral panic of homosexual people in the U.S. government which led to Eisenhower signing Executive Order 10450.
The President's 1953 directive barred thousands of gay and lesbian applicants from federal employment and it led to the firing of over 5,000 federal employees under suspicion they were gay.
So, gay Twitter didn't feel too bad about relentlessly ribbing the President online.
In this Photoshopped pic, the President appears comfortably at home on the set of RuPaul's Drag Race in the Interior Illusions Lounge.
And the hits kept coming.
Gay Twitter has no patience for political figures—past or present—known for their homophobic policies.
What they do have, however, is plenty of shade for the President who's sitting pretty.