This, below, is a GIF of a Molotov cocktail being lit at the beginning of a music video for the Jay-Z/Kanye West track, “No Church in the Wild.”Trump didn’t like the fact that Jay-Z and Beyoncé performed at a recent Hillary Clinton rally, calling their music “lewd” and other comments that were more or less veiled racisms. CNN contributor Scottie Nell Hughes, a Trump supporter, spouted the company line as well, citing the above GIF as evidence of Jay-Z’s anti-police messaging. What followed was yet another Internet-born gift from this election season, which is nothing if not an Internet idiocracy.What is a "mazel tov cocktail" pic.twitter.com/xmTiBnoaia\n\n\n\n— Deadspin (@Deadspin) November 7, 2016Obviously, this verbal slip-up is part of a nasty Jewish conspiracy that rules the media, the world, your mind, gas prices, that creak in your couch.here's a jewish secret: the secret elixir in mazel tov cocktails (cel-ray) is what allows us to run the media\n\n\n\n— eve peyser (@evepeyser) November 7, 2016But seriously, this got us—and the Internet—thinking: What’s your mazel tov cocktail? There are, of course, plenty of reasons to drink these days, and they all seem to stem from the last year or so of having to deal with this presidential election, specifically Mr. Trump.Tablet Official Election Night Refresher\n3 parts vodka\n1 part pickle brine\nherring garnishTablet’s Official Election Night Refresher If You’re Feeling Really, Really Adventurous\n2 parts schmaltz\n1 part puréed helzel\n1 part spittle\ngarnish with orange hairLower East Side Sour: Whiskey, lemon juice, simple syrup, optional egg white, Manischewitz float. #MazelTovCocktails\n\n\n\n— Rosie Schaap (@rosieschaap) November 7, 2016Jewish Penicillin: Slivovitz, honey syrup, lemon juice, ginger. #mazeltovcocktails\n\n\n\n— Rosie Schaap (@rosieschaap) November 7, 2016Previous: Passover Cocktails for Each of the Ten Plagues\nName That Jerusalem Cocktail\nRelated: Refill\nDrinking in Jerusalem: A Love Story. No, a Tragedy. No, An Adventure.