Lisa Barlow shut down a fan on social media who accused her of being a Donald Trump supporter in a fake tweet.
“F–ker….. There is only one Lisa Barlow and your photoshopping isn’t it,” the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star tweeted Saturday in response to the fan-made post.
The Photoshopped tweet claimed that Barlow told her followers, “New York put your MAGA hats on. Under our constitutional rights, we WILL support President Trump and protest the tyrants.”
The fake message then concluded by saying, “I’ll see you on Tuesday,” referencing the day the former president is set to be arraigned.
Fans praised Barlow for her epic clap back.
“ahhhh I love a good ratio. Thanks for calling him out ????,” tweeted one fan.
“Get ’em, Lisa! This would piss me right off!!” added another.
“GO LISA GO!! THATS MY MOTHERR,” wrote a third supporter.
The fake tweet was created after a Manhattan grand jury indicted Trump, 76, on Thursday over hush-money payments he allegedly made to porn star Stormy Daniels prior to the 2016 elections.
The “Art of the Deal” author has denied both having an affair with Daniels, 44, and paying her hush money.
Though Barlow did not directly deny that she backs Trump, there has been speculation that other “Housewives” do support the “Celebrity Apprentice” alum.
“Real Housewives of New York City” star Ramona Singer previously admitted that she knows Trump because they share mutual friends.
“Well, I’ve met Hillary [Clinton] at some private homes in the Hamptons, I know Donald Trump from Mar-A-Lago because my friends are friends with him, so I’ve been to his place a number of times,” she confessed during the Season 9 “RHONY” reunion in 2017.
However, she declined to reveal who she voted for in the 2016 presidential election, saying, “Gosh, I’m not going there.”
“RHONY” alum Sonja Morgan also admitted that she knew the Trump family, adding that she specifically knows “Donald because I did consulting for hotels and restaurants.” She also chose to plead the fifth when asked how she cast her ballot in November 2016.