On Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush tweeted out a picture of a gun with his name etched on it. He captioned the photo "America."
The former Florida governor posted the photo after conducting a business tour and town hall at FN Manufacturing, a firearms plant in South Carolina.
People on Twitter had a field day with the photo.
Some people were super angry, pointing out that guns like Bush's have assassinated presidents.
But many people had jokes.
"Why I just picture Jeb robbing people for their votes at gun point?"
Some made fun of Jeb's asking an audience to "please clap."
And some mocked him with Vines.
Other people pointed out that having your name on your gun may not be the best idea.
And some people accused him of a publicity stunt.
The tweet also sparked a whole new meme, as people started tweeting out photos they thought better represented "America."
And while some people were more serious...
Others continued to make jokes.
The Brits got involved too.
Because surely nothing's more British than a lovely cup of tea.
But jokes mainly came from Americans.
Is this the America he meant?
BTW, the gun plant in South Carolina is a part of a U.S. subsidiary of a Belgian arms company, so some people pointed out that the gun wasn't that "American" after all.
BuzzFeed News has contacted the Bush campaign for comment.
Stephanie McNeal is a social news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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