House Speaker Paul Ryan wheeled out a television on Thursday to aid his digital presentation to reporters on the House GOP's plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act -- commonly known as "Obamacare."
Twitter immediately poked fun at the politician.
Congressman Ryan's explaining the details of the GOP's hopeful Obamacare overhaul, while gesturing towards a Panasonic screen with rolled-up sleeves, was low-hanging fruit for eager tweeters.
See Twitter reactions to Paul Ryan's presentation:
Twitter users jumped at the meme-worthy moment, comparing the speaker to a teacher and posting photoshopped images of the television screen with images irrelevant to Ryan's presentation.
"And while the software library is somewhat limited, the new Zelda alone makes Nintendo Switch a must-have. Mom, dad, thanks for listening" pic.twitter.com/ShqslZRPsX
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) March 9, 2017
I can't believe Paul Ryan's PowerPoint presentation on the Republican's new health care plan. Stunned. pic.twitter.com/o8wgRpy3Eu
— al3c (@smart_4lec) March 9, 2017
Paul Ryan just gave a PowerPoint Presentation... pic.twitter.com/iOqvtglEhe
— Seth Goodtime (@SethGoodtime) March 9, 2017
Wow, Paul Ryan really knows the key to a good PowerPoint presentation hook: pic.twitter.com/aH9Bu526tR
— Hannah Yasharoff (@HannahYasharoff) March 9, 2017
— Alex Stein (@AStein6) March 9, 2017
Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison even joined in on the moment -- tweeting a photoshopped image of Ryan with a "no phones" image. The image is in reference to Rep. Jason Chaffetz's advising to spend on healthcare "instead of getting that new iPhone that they just love."