After Ben & Jerry's re-branded one of its ice cream flavors to take a stand against the Trump administration, The Five came up with a few flavors of their own.

The famous ice cream company unveiled "Pecan Resist," a limited edition pint that was previously known as "New York Super Fudge Chunk."

In a statement, the company said the flavor's launch is meant "to lift up those who are leading the resistance to the current administration’s regressive agenda."

It also said that it will be donating $25,000 to four separate groups "focused on freedom, belonging, community, and justice."

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Jesse Watters revealed his list of "anti-liberal" flavors in response, starting with "Abolish Ice...cream," "Second Amend-mint" and "Crooked & Cream."

Judge Jeanine Pirro also questioned why the company would alienate a large portion of its customers by introducing an anti-Trump flavor.

Greg Gutfeld added that keeping politics out of everyday life is seen to the left as being complicit.

"[Ben & Jerry's wants] you to think their heart is in the right place when they're busy clogging yours," he said.

He also conjured up some flavor names of his own, including "Raisin Awareness" and "Caravan-illa."

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