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No, Bernie Sanders Doesn't Have A Photo Of Harambe In His Living Room

We can dream, though. We can dream.

Posted on July 23, 2016, at 2:30 p.m. ET

The internet was faced with a shock on Friday when these photos made the rounds on Twitter: Could it be? Did Bernie Sanders have a framed picture of Harambe, the gorilla who died, in his living room?

Twitter / Via Twitter: @prayforpatrick

The photo comes to us from a tweet by Twitter user @PrayForPatrick, which has been retweeted more than a thousand times.

Naturally, parody Twitter accounts soon picked it up, spreading the photo far and wide.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @dory

That's when it really took off.

A lot of people reeeally thought it was real.

It was even politicized across party lines.

It was truly something.

Twitter

There was only one problem: It's photoshopped AF.

Twitter: @BernieSanders

(Duh.)

The photo actually comes from this tweet, which was posted on Sanders' Twitter account Thursday during the GOP convention.

Shall we take a closer look?

Twitter

Yep, no gorilla.

Twitter

Yep, no gorilla.

Twitter

Yep, no gorilla.

In conclusion,

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