Ryan Murphy took to Twitter to share some ... unique 2012 election artwork with his followers.
Murphy, the co-creator of "Glee" and "American Horror Story," tweeted a photo of Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama as characters from Season 1 of "American Horror Story" and Season 2, "American Horror Story: Asylum." The poster, titled "American Horror Story: Election" features Romney as a nun and Obama's head on the body of Rubber Man. See it in its entirety below.
Murphy didn't make it a secret that he supported Obama during the election. He hosted a fundraiser for the president and last night tweeted:
TAKE THAT, MITCHES
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) November 7, 2012
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