Pennsylvania Republican Dean Browning got blasted online Tuesday afternoon after he was caught pretending to be a Black person on Twitter. 

The white, conservative politician previously served as Lehigh County Commissioner and lost the Republican primary in June for the U.S. House seat in Pennsylvania's 7th Congressional District. He lost the race by just 2,400 votes, according to Ballotpedia.

But on Tuesday, he was going back and forth with another Twitter user when it appeared that he forgot to switch to his alleged Black burner account. 

Browning tweeted about his dislike of president-elect Joe Biden and his belief that he would "destroy" the work of President Donald Trump. Someone commented under his post about how great former President Barack Obama was and how Trump was simply taking credit for his work.

In response, Browning decided to write from the perspective of a Black person.

"I'm a black gay guy and I can personally say that Obama did nothing for me, my life only changed a little bit and it was for the worse. Everything is so much better under Trump though. I feel respected – which I never do when democrats are involved," he wrote on Twitter.

Despite suspicion surrounding his tweet, it has not been confirmed that Browning has a burner account. Nevertheless, that didn't stop Twitter from swooping in and calling the politician out.