Previously obscure political commentator Bill Mitchell has become something of an anti-celebrity for his entirely unselfconscious shilling for Donald Trump. In response to evidence that Trump’s campaign is cratering, the radio host has said that “Trump’s groundgame isn’t in a computer, it’s in our hearts,” and unironically asked his followers: “Imagine polls don’t exist. Show me evidence Hillary is winning?” And yesterday, he attempted to appropriate the Bible in service of his idol:Trump is supposed to lose this election and Israel was supposed to drown in the Red Sea. pic.twitter.com/ppt3gy6lpn\n\n\n\n— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) October 20, 2016It seems Mitchell misunderstood who is the oppressor going after helpless refugees in this analogy. But regardless, Twitter was amused. And so, at the urging of conservative anti-Trump commentator Ben Shapiro, they turned it into a meme: #BibleStoriesforTrumpTrump was supposed to lose and Abraham was supposed to sacrifice his son. But Abraham was a leightweight chocker. #BibleStoriesForTrump\n\n\n\n— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) October 21, 2016Eve gave Adam the fruit and I gotta tell you I wouldn’t have eaten it. She’s a nasty woman. Not my first choice. #BibleStoriesForTrump\n\n\n\n— Jordon River (@miss_jordon) October 21, 2016The people of Sodom were losers who deserved what they got. Why did they let in those two angels in the first place? #BibleStoriesforTrump\n\n\n\n— (((Yair Rosenberg))) (@Yair_Rosenberg) October 21, 2016The Tower of Babel. What a joke. Now look at my buildings, ok! The Trump Tower would have made it to heaven. Pathetic #BibleStoriesForTrump\n\n\n\n— David Michael Boyce (@_D_Money) October 21, 2016For the last time I don’t know Judas Iscariot. He said some nice things about me I’ll say some nice things about him. #BibleStoriesForTrump\n\n\n\n— Steve Sobel (@steve_sobel) October 21, 2016@benshapiro #BibleStoriesForTrump pic.twitter.com/dt1o4KnSwd\n\n\n\n— AMF Lincoln ن (@AMFLincoln) October 21, 2016As of this publication, the hashtag is still trending and Twitter is hard at work making the Good Book into the Great Book.