Twitter unloads on Rupert Murdoch after he attacks Hillary over 'nonsense at yesterday's yesterday'
Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of News Corporation (World Economic Forum/Flickr)

News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch bashed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in an incoherent Twitter rant on Sunday.

Murdoch tweeted that "HillaryNo" was "[s]urely smart enough to know she was talking nonsense at yesterday's yesterday." He also claimed that Hillary sounded "almost fascist" because she planned to outlaw free speech "about LGBT." Murdoch also added: "Bashes rich banker friends without mention of 'carried interest'. Must gave heard from moneybag Sen Chuck Schumer."

His tweets came after Clinton's speech in New York City, where she called for laws to "ban discrimination against LGBT Americans and their families," Media Matters reported.

Many Twitter users were understandably confused. Others assumed the media mogul was tweeting while drunk.

Not everyone jumped to the conclusion that Murdoch was inebriated, however. Other Twitter users proposed that Murdoch had entered a new phase of his career.

Everyone was having fun with the incoherent rant.