"My Little Pony" is not pleased to be used as a defense for Melania Trump's speech plagiarizing controversy.
Republican National Convention communications director Sean Spicer specifically quoted Princess Twilight Sparkle ("This is your dream. Anything you can do in your dreams, you can do now") as proof that parts of Melania's speech were not plagiarized from Michelle Obama's DNC speech in 2008 -- claiming they were actually inspired by the purple female unicorn pony.
"I mean if we want to take a bunch of phrases and run them through a Google and say, 'Hey, who else has said them,' I can do that in five minutes," Spicer continued, as he vehemently denied that Mrs. Trump stole from Mrs. Obama. "And that's what this is."
But what about Twilight Sparkle? The magical filly wasn't too happy about being dragged into the drama, and neither were her colorful equine pals, according to Twitter.
See the most enchanting memes below.
RNC communications director Sean Spicer now saying Melania Trump plagiarized My Little Pony and not Michelle Obama? pic.twitter.com/X2vwci4LZj
— Karen Yossman (@KarenYossman) July 19, 2016
my little pony did not ask to be part of this narrative!!! pic.twitter.com/1Ex0PCkbC7
— Taylor Trudon (@taylortrudon) July 19, 2016
Meanwhile, My Little Pony's like NO THANKS. pic.twitter.com/n01HEAgNAN
— Jouvan (@JoJoJoon8) July 19, 2016
— Susana Orozco (@SusanDelCampo) July 19, 2016
— Born Miserable (@bornmiserable) July 19, 2016
Currently at My Little Pony headquarters ... pic.twitter.com/PXUUfpCtp4
— Jana Kasperkevic (@kasperka) July 19, 2016
>TFW a My Little Pony character would have been a more sane nominee for the Democrat seat pic.twitter.com/i74CXvCmbu
— SmugCatgirlFace (@ACensoredHobby) July 19, 2016
Since you ♥ lines from My Little Pony so much, nominating Donald Trump is: pic.twitter.com/ZXZMzKHRqn
— Rachel Jogo (@idreamofgoodgov) July 19, 2016
— eTruePolitics (@eTruePolitics) July 19, 2016