CEO of News Corp Rupert Murdoch (aka the "Lord Voldemort" of media moguls) posted a very controversial message on Friday, saying that all Muslims should be held responsible for the actions of Islamic extremists.
He also added that "political correctness makes for denial and hypocrisy."
His tweets come just a few days after the terror attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Needless to say, this statement did not go over well with people online, especially the 23 percent of the world's population whom he just accused of terrorism.
But over the weekend, "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling came to their defense, firing back at Murdoch with this absolutely perfect Tweet.
She also took responsibility for the Spanish Inquisition, all Christian fundamentalist violence and televangelist Jim Bakker.
Terrorism "expert" Steven Emerson claimed that non-Muslims no longer even go to the city, and that gangs of people attack those not wearing religious garb. Twitter, of course, had a field day with that sentiment by sharing their own #FoxNewsFacts
The game features both out of context quotes directly from the Bible as well as punched-up entendres based on real scripture (IE: "A fiery bush" or "A rainbow promising that God can genocide you through other means"). The creators didn't intend the game to be a satire or a wink-nudge parody of faith, but rather just a funny, bizarro take on well-known scripture - and the most awkward family gathering conversation starter.