That is just one of the few jokes that social media users told alongside a #MormonMafia hashtag on Wednesday night,
As the Huffington Post reported, the social media trend was born after Fox Business host Lou Dobbs sent out an angry tweet this past weekend against Evan McMullin, a third party candidate who’s seen recent success in Utah.
Dobbs said that McMullin is helping the “Mormon Mafia” affect the election results.
McMullin responded to Dobbs claims:
Dobbs' tweet received a heavy amount of retweets on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, prompting Twitter users to share the #MormonMafia hashtag and make playful jokes on what a “Mormon Mafia” would be like.
https://twitter.com/mckaycoppins/status/791486550244749312Here are some of the funniest tweets, which show just how ... nice ... a Mormon Mafia would be.
"Gosh darn it, you messed with the wrong fellows this time, you nincompoop!" #MormonMafia— Orange Muppet Energy (@sunnyright) October 27, 2016
If you're not careful Mormon Mafia will break into your house ---- fold the laundry and do the dishes— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) October 27, 2016
Nice charity you have there. Shame if we donated to it. #MormonMafia— Dan (@danieltobin) October 27, 2016
The #MormonMafia apologized to me when they ran me over with their bicycle and offered me some water too— Kevin Boyd (@TheKevinBoyd) October 27, 2016
The #mormonmafia will shoot you and then frame your friends— Sarah (@sarah_wxtx) October 27, 2016
Into the perfect scrapbook
"I'm gonna make him a Jello salad he can't refuse." #MormonMafia— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) October 27, 2016
When Geraldo opened the long-lost vault, he found a 10 percent tithe. #MormonMafia— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) October 27, 2016
#MormonMafia a group so secretive and exclusive, they send 60,000 missionaries out around the world to tell you all about it.— Nunca Trump (@NeverTrumpTexan) October 27, 2016
Herb Scribner is a writer for Deseret Digital Media.