Don’t hold a blank piece of paper to your computer screen, unless you really want to be made fun of.

In the wake of the Westminster attacks in London, some far-right politicians have predictably used the event to try and support their bid for a trump-style ban on immigration from Muslim majority naions.

Among them was Australia’s very own conservative politician Pauline Hanson, who hit up social media in a bid to try to convince people to get behind a Muslim ban. Um, no thanks. 

Part of her pitch included a hashtag suggestion: #Pray4MuslimBan, a response to #Pray4London. Nah, we’re good.

But her white sheet of paper also made for an excellent Photoshop opportunity. And the people took full advantage. 

Never stick white paper in front of a camera, folks.

[h/t Pedestrian]

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