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At 7:52 AM on the morning of Tuesday, June 21, Good Morning America sent out the following tweet:

That's right: Good Morning America called the venerable Kermit-drinking-tea meme "#TEALIZARD." As the internet quickly pointed out, Kermit (a frog) is owned by Disney, which also owns ABC. Therefore, there was no copyright reason for them not to use the name Kermit the Frog. They also could've used the meme's longer official name, which according to a KnowYourMeme entry dating all the way back to 2014 is "But That's None Of My Business." If you've never seen it in the wild, here's how it normally goes: