Say what you will about Tom Brady and the Patriots, but no one can deny how amazing their comeback was in last night’s Super Bowl matchup against the Atlanta Falcons. Down 28-3 in the third quarter, their 25 point comeback destroyed the previous record of overcoming a 10 point deficit. But that wasn’t enough to convince many people online to accept the results.

Just like the trend #NotMyPresident took over the internet after Trump’s victory in November, today #NotMySuperBowlChamps is one of the top trending hashtags on Twitter right now. And the similarities between the two situations are strong.

Like Trump, people either absolutely LOVE them, or they unapologetically HATE them. Both overcame seemingly insurmountable odds to pull out the victory. Not to mention that Trump supports the Patriots and is a well-known friend of both their owner, Robert Kraft, as well as the Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady.

And both are facing a backlash of hate following their victories.

https://twitter.com/nonsequitur20/status/828627071974916098

https://twitter.com/alexcamacho011/status/828602316253233152

https://twitter.com/bill_starbuck/status/828582627791818752

https://twitter.com/MissLizzyNJ/status/828576422318989317

https://twitter.com/OffMyMeds2016/status/828606400125349888

While the trending hashtag was obviously in jest (no one is actually protesting the results of the game) and resulted in some pretty funny posts, there were also a large number that seemed to take it way too seriously and used it to make hate-filled political statements as well.

https://twitter.com/petitepaquette/status/828593126390497280

https://twitter.com/LawlessPirate/status/828608235951292416

https://twitter.com/DavidKirklandJr/status/828625917920550913

https://twitter.com/pwnz0r3d/status/828626850104623104

Um, maybe learn to understand a joke, guys? And if there is anyone out there who truly believes #NotMySuperBowlChamps, at least you only have to wait a year for that to change. The presidency? Not so lucky.