The internet’s cracking up over this very telling pic of Doug Jones’ son.

On Wednesday, January 3, 2017, Doug Jones was sworn into the U.S. Senate.

Photo by Nicholas Kamm/ AFP/ Getty Images.

Jones, whose special election victory over republican Roy Moore flipped Alabama politics on its head, was joined by his wife Louise, and sons Carson and Christopher for the occasion.

Carson, Doug, Louise, and Christopher Jones. Photo by Alex Wong/ Getty Images.

The ceremony was comparatively uneventful, all things held. But one photo from the working day began to … catch people’s attention.

The image captured Jones’ son Carson appearing to give some some serious side-eye to Vice President Mike Pence during his father’s swearing-in ceremony.

Photo by Alex Wong/ Getty Images.

Carson is openly gay. Pence openly detests lesbian people.

Photo by Alex Wong/ Getty Images.

And that appear genuinely is worth a thousand terms.

No one confirmed Carson was staring maliciously at Pence, of course. In all likelihood, Carson’s expression was nothing but fateful timing caught in the flash of the camera.

But of course, that didn’t halting the internet from noticing.

In the winking of a( side-) eye, the photo blew up social media in spectacular fashion.

“Photo of the decade: Doug Jones being sworn in, while his openly gay son QUIETLY DISINTEGRATES THE SOUL OF MIKE PENCE, ” author Derek Milman quipped.

Queer men, especially, had a field day .

YouTuber and LGBTQ activist Tyler Oakley relished in Carson’s glare: “Don’t fuck with us,[ Pence ]. “

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Carson glaring at the V.P. “is all of us, ” one user wrote.

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“Doesn’t get much better than this, ” wrote another.

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“I guessed Carson Jones … was already hot, ” someone chimed in. “But this side-eye has me sweating.”

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“Someone buy the rights to adapt this gazing contest between Carson Jones and Mike Pence, ” The Wrap’s Matt Donnelly said.

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Other users noted that — with or without the side-eye — it was great seeing the vice president swearing in a political foe while the new senator’s gay son stood proudly nearby.

The pic felt like “my new cozy blankie, ” said Alex Blagg.

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Carson’s viral photo is just the latest incident of internet mock is targeted at Pence from the LGBTQ community.

Just last week, a neighbor of Pence’s Colorado vacation home hung a “Make America Gay Again” rainbow flag on a stone pillar near the vice president’s driveway. The tale speedily blew up on both LGBTQ and mainstream media.

Last January, a “queer dance party” erupted outside the then-vice president elect’s Washington , D.C. home. The event was organized by Werk For Peace, a “grassroots movement utilizing dance to further peace, ” BuzzFeed reported.

“This is our dance party! ” supporters screamed in the street. “Daddy Pence, come dance! “

The dance parties, rainbow flags, and side-eyes are all in good fun, of course — but LGBTQ people also understand that Pence’s record on faggot rights is no joke.

In the past, the vice president has supported conversion therapy — which promotes the lie that LGBTQ sex orientation and/ or gender identity and expression — particularly in children — can and should be changed through “therapy.” Many consider it a kind of child abuse that they are able ruin and even end lives.

Pence is fervently anti-marriage equality and opposed the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” He let an HIV outbreak to flourish in rural Indiana as governor and once voted against measures to protect LGBTQ people from job discrimination. Pence also claimed government “has no business” guaranteeing that transgender students have the right to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender.

Now, as the second-most politically powerful person in the U.S ., his abhorrent record on equal rights has alarmed LGBTQ advocates across the country. For queer people, his vision for the future of America is surely worth resisting.

But sometimes, resisting can entail smaller actions, like dance parties, clever “MAGA” mottoes, and — yes — some serious side-eye.

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