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She’s keying cars, vandalizing houses, and definitely not made up.

Imagine dating a girl for six years. She’s beautiful, loving, and everything you want in life. She shaves her head, but hey, that’s fine. You’re even cool with her shaving her eyebrows.

But then she starts keying cards. Then she’s vandalizing houses. Next thing you know, she’s a card-carrying antifa member, all because the Democrats “ruined her life.”

“I’m here to save others from that fate,” Twitter user promax4Trump proudly declared in a now-deleted tweet from Saturday.

That’s right, welcome to this week’s bizarre viral Trump supporter. Before promax4Trump’s account was suspended, his tweet racked up over 1.4k likes, 580 retweets, and over 200 reply tweets, including plenty of parodies and jokes at his expense.

The original antifa meme before it was deleted. Twitter

It didn’t take long for Twitter to collectively mock promax4Trump. Clearly, his beautiful antifa girlfriend totally exists and isn’t just a made-up straw(wo)man designed to paint the American left as violent and crazy.

Others joked that promax4Trump is an obvious Russian troll bot sent from the Kremlin to disrupt the American midterms.

Dozens of Twitter users have since riffed on the original tweet with their own versions.

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As for promax4Trump’s fate, his account has since been suspended. It seems unlikely that he was even a real person to begin with: His account was created on Oct. 26, just hours before his tweet went live, according to Bot Sentinel. The site lists him as a “trollbot” and gives him a score of 75 percent, which means there’s an incredibly high likelihood that his account was created for nefarious purposes and was either automated or controlled by a third-party.

In other words, it seems likely that no one was real in promax4Trump’s antifa story, not even himself.

Ana Valens

Ana Valens

Ana Valens is an LGBTQ reporter and essayist for the Daily Dot. Her work has previously appeared in Bitch, the Establishment, Vice's Waypoint, Rolling Stone's Glixel, and the Toast. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.