Laura Loomer, a well-known American right-wing political activist, recently went on a rant after Verizon, an American telecommunications company, sent a "Welcome to Palestine" text message to passengers upon arrival to Occupied Palestine.

The text was shared by a number of Verizon customers to a Facebook group titled "Patriotic Jewish Republicans," which Loomer caught on. 

Many were outraged that the company did not recognize the territory as Israel. Of course, Loomer was too. She even went as far as to say she would switch telecom companies just because Verizon believes, well, in geography.

"Why did Verizon send 'welcome to PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES' text messages to its customers who landed in Israel yesterday? I use #Verizon and now I’m seriously about to switch to a different company," Loomer wrote in a tweet on Wednesday.

Loomer goes on to say "this is absolutely disgusting"

People hit back soon after

"Verizon is preaching the truth"

Others decided to give Loomer an explanation

It's "because you landed in Palestine"

Some said they're going to open a Verizon account ... just because of THIS

To which Verizon responded ... in the most epic way

"Imagine how Palestinians felt when one day it was worldwide known to be Palestine ... then all of a sudden most of the world acknowledged it as Israel"

Others were quite simple in their response

Telling Loomer to "learn history and don't skip classes next time"

"Long Live Palestine"

This comes after President Donald Trump said the U.S. will recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

On Wednesday, U.S. President Donald Trump officially declared Jerusalem the capital of Israel.

"I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel," Trump said, according to The Guardian.

"While previous presidents have made this a major campaign promise, they failed to deliver. Today, I am delivering."

Following condemnation from world leaders, the United Nations Security Council set a meeting on Friday to discuss the move.

For years, the fate of the ancient city has been in a constant state of tug-of-war. 

Following the 1967 Six-Day-War, East Jerusalem was annexed by Israel. 

The move has not been internationally recognized as part of Israel since.