Many people took to Twitter Monday morning to celebrate the Supreme Court’s 5-3 ruling on Texas abortion regulations.

But whoever runs the Twitter account for “The Daily Show” got a little bit carried away, and not in a good way.

In this Sept. 25, 2015 image taken from video, Trevor Noah appears on the set of his new show, “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” in New York. (AP Photo)

A little after 2 p.m. Monday, a tweet sent from the @TheDailyShow account read:

“Celebrate the #SCOTUS ruling! Go knock someone up in Texas!”

Celebrate the #SCOTUS ruling! Go knock someone up in Texas!

— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) June 27, 2016

Needless to say, the tweet was a big no-no for many people, including “The Wire” creator David Simon, who compared the joke to a terrible non-alcoholic beer:

@TheDailyShow I'm all for offending someone for the sake of real humor. This? It's like the O'Douls of bad taste.

— David Simon (@AoDespair) June 27, 2016

 

Memes and GIFs slid into the account’s mentions in no time.

when you're running @TheDailyShow's Twitter and think you have a fire tweet pic.twitter.com/CHidUlKWtW

— josh terry (@JoshhTerry) June 27, 2016

"@TheDailyShow: Celebrate the #SCOTUS ruling! Go knock someone up in Texas!" eeeeehhhhhhhh pic.twitter.com/GpNV6vBkV9

— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) June 27, 2016

@TheDailyShow pic.twitter.com/F4TStE2Oh6

— Mark Gongloff (@markgongloff) June 27, 2016

@TheDailyShow …so they can have an abortion. UGH! Delete this. U aren't doing #prochoice any favors w/ this "joke" pic.twitter.com/MpXrJDTBZt

— MercurialMiss (@MercurialMiss) June 27, 2016

For some people, the tweet made them miss former hosts of the show even more.

.@TheDailyShow I miss Jon Stewart.

— josh terry (@JoshhTerry) June 27, 2016

@JoshhTerry don't tell me you don't remember this friendly fella pic.twitter.com/Bn6xh2O34D

— sam leo stecklow (@samstecky) June 27, 2016

Others didn’t see why the joke was such a big deal.

@AoDespair @TheDailyShow Meh. We need to stop acting like apologies are owed for jokes we don't like. It's a comedy show!

— Michael Huckins (@MichaelEHuck) June 27, 2016

“The Daily Show” made amends a little more than an hour later with this tweet:

Friends, we’re certainly not promoting abortions. Just excited about #SCOTUS reaffirming right to choose.

— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) June 27, 2016

 

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