Internet troll (and potential 2016 presidential candidate) Rand Paul celebrated Valentine's Day with a Hillary Clinton Pinterest profile he tweeted out Saturday.
If Hillary Clinton set up a Pinterest for Valentine's Day, we can only imagine it might look like this>>>https://t.co/nNfAynLJxE
— Senator Rand Paul (@SenRandPaul) February 14, 2015
The profile has the hallmarks of a traditional Pinterest page with an "inspirational quotes" board...
...and one for home decor ideas.
Then there's some more pointed jabs, like a board of photos of Democrats who lost in November...
a pin about her Russian reset button...
... and another about her comment that she and Bill were "dead broke" when they left the White House and the money she makes from speaking gigs.
Trolling other 2016 hopefuls has become a past time for Paul. He's tweeted burns directed at Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush; he's not above using memes. But Paul isn't the only one using Internet culture and parody accounts to reach voters. Last month, the Democratic National Committee created a parody a Jeb Bush Instagram account to make fun of Bush's digital strategy.
Brace yourselves; 2016 looks to be the most meme-filled election in American history.