Al Sharpton turned his program upside down on Thursday to protest the new Republican majority in the U.S. Senate.

Specifically, Sharpton played a clip of Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe saying that climate change is a “hoax” on the Senate floor.

“The fact that [climate change] is happening is due to man-made gases is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people,” Inhofe said in the clip.

The MSNBC host found this particularly upsetting because Inhofe will now chair the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. However, Sharpton’s analysis of the situation included some sarcasm.

“Wait, I get it now, the GOP is playing opposites,” he said. “Hey, I can play too!”

With that, he snapped his fingers twice and his show was flipped upside down with cartoon-like sound effects.

“See? Opposites!” he said. “Up is down and left is right. I love opposite day!”

Sharpton also said that he would “sleep in late, wear blue jeans, and maybe even eat a cheeseburger.”

Then, while still upside down, the host dropped the sarcasm and turned serious for a moment.

“Did Republicans think we wouldn’t notice their fooling the American people with their opposite day game?” he asked. “Nice try!”

Sharpton snapped his fingers twice again and the screen was flipped right side up.

“But we got you!”