The NRA used a meme of Amy Poehler's Leslie Knope to say thank you to spokesperson Dana Loesch after she participated in a CNN forum with some of the student survivors of the Parkland, Florida high school shooting.
Schur, using his Twitter handle @KenTremendous, wrote: "Hi, please take this down".
You really have to do something despicable for the cast and creators of a show to come after you for using a GIF.
While Poehler doesn't have a Twitter account, she communicated a message that was loud and clear via Michael Schur, the show's creator.
Schur was soon joined by some of Poeher's cast mates on the show, also asking the NRA to delete the tweet. But if you're a "Parks and Rec" fan, you can treat yo self to the debate raging in the tweet replies.
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It didn't take long for the "Parks and Rec" team to retweet the sentiment and ask for the removal of Leslie Knope's image.
"And I also support the right of you and the right of everyone here to be able to go to school and be safe", Rubio continued.
As of Thursday, the NRA had not removed the message. Following up, fellow survivor Emma Gonzalez directly addressed Loesch on the NRA's stance on banning the purchase of semi-automatic and fully automatic weapons, making it a tough night overall for the organization.
As an outspoken liberal voice on Twitter (@kentremendous), Schur was upset by the NRA's tweet, and requested the account remove it.