Flickr / Gage Skidmore Dinesh D’Souza, conservative writer and commentator posted this tweet in a clumsy attempt to peg Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as once being supportive of the “Confederate Flag”. Look closely at this Hillary photo; isn't that a Confederate flag behind her on the bookshelf? pic.twitter.com/Og3Q0IKREP — Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) July 7, 2015 As it turns out, the picture was so fake it took PoliFact only five hours to conclusively determine that the Confederate flag was photoshopped into the picture with Hillary. D’Souza didn’t doctor the image himself (that might have been more impressive), but rather he had stumbled into a massive social media fail by sharing the photoshopped picture. D’Souza retracted the image with this tweet a few hours later: CORRECTION: Disregard the photoshopped Confederate flag in the background of the Hillary photo and simply focus on those glasses and hairdo — Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) July 7, 2015 But it wasn’t before twitter users came up with some Microsoft Paint-inspired ways of making fun of his blunder: Whoa, @DineshDSouza, buddy, I assume there's a good explanation for this? pic.twitter.com/BeNAUt27C1 — Derek Davison (@dwdavison9318) July 7, 2015 @DineshDSouza What the hell, man? pic.twitter.com/2ePwRSPXe5 — pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) July 7, 2015 Look closely at the wall behind @DineshDSouza Isn't that a swastika? pic.twitter.com/Bu8pO0uJmg — Facteur (@OrangeThoughts) July 7, 2015 Correction: Disregard the photoshopped swastika in the background and focus on the felon in the foreground. @DineshDSouza — Facteur (@OrangeThoughts) July 8, 2015 Be careful before you share?