Trump supporters have created their own code words for racist and hateful slurs to prevent their social media profiles being suspended when posting comments online.
A chart has been uncovered online, with reference to code words to allow racial abuse and hate to flounder on Twitter without consequence.
Supporters of the US Republican presidential candidate have flooded Twitter with posts replacing words for Jew, Mexican, Arab, gay, lesbian, conservatives, among others, with non-suspect words like Google, Skype, Yahoo, and butterfly.
Curiosity got the better of Alex Goldman, the host of podcast Reply All, who noticed the code words pooping up on tweets, and found the chart after googling the terms.
He shared the list with his 34,700 Twitter followers on Saturday.
"I noticed that a bunch of alt right twitter people were harassing a conservative podcaster called Stephen Crowder on Twitter... because he has not endorsed Donald Trump," he told Metro.co.uk.
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"I started noticing people writing 'skypes, googles, and skittles' and I thought to myself 'what the hell does that mean?'
"So I did a Google search on skypes, googles and skittles, and that answer key came up."
The podcaster believes the code was created in attempt to post abusive and hateful comments online without detection, following a Google crackdown on language of abuse and harassment.
The chart Goldberg discovered was posted to a meme website onsizzle.com accompanied by the caption "Welp, while Operation Google is underway, we will officially try not to get ourseves banned for ‘Hate Speech’ (Because Mark Zuckerberg is a Skype-Google who ban meme page for almost no reason)," it continues.
"We will officially be named Bings, who just like the search engine, is trash. But don’t worry, we will survive as Bings and I promise you, I will guide you through this dark time."
It is uncertain where the secret code originated, however the chart and comments were signed off with the initials ‘A-D Man’.
Goldman said the key allowed Trump twitter supporters to a coded way to share racial slurs with each other and avoid account suspension.
"There really is a sense by a certain subset of Trump supporters that white America is under siege and they are not allowed to speak their mind about it," he added.