By Nick Maslow
Updated March 02, 2016 at 10:57 PM EST
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Miley Cyrus is coming in like a “Wrecking Ball” against Donald Trump.

The frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination – who swept Super Tuesday, winning seven states – has become a fixture on the pop star’s Instagram in recent days.

“Donald Trump is a f—ing nightmare,” Cyrus, 23, captioned a photo of the billionaire Republican on Tuesday.

And as she peeked at Trump’s strong standing on the Republican delegate leaderboard Tuesday, Cyrus explained that she was “gonna vom / move out da country.”

But the former Disney star’s most emotional post came early Wednesday. Cyrus – who has been enjoying an otherwise happy trip to New York City with her mother, Tish Cyrus – snapped a selfie while crying over the hunting activities of a Trump supporter. “This makes me so unbelievable scared and sad,” Cyrus wrote of a woman holding a mountain lion. “Not only for our country but for animals that I love more than anything in this world.”

Then she laid into Trump, who the supporter believes will protect hunters’ rights: “YOU DT ARE NOT GOD NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU THINK YOU ARE!!!” penned Cyrus.

She added: “[And] if he doesn’t think he is ‘God’ he thinks he is the f—ing chosen one or some s—! We’re all just f—ing jam between his rich ass toes! Honestly f— this s— I am moving if this is my president! I don’t say things I don’t mean!”

If you’re wondering which candidate has Cyrus’ love, look no further than her Instagrams about self-proclaimed Democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, who won four states but lost seven to Hillary Clinton on Tuesday.

“My 2 favorite dudes! Heart melts!,” she captioned a image of Sanders with Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne.

And sometimes, Cyrus just lets the political snaps speak for themselves. Indeed, she simply tagged Sanders in an image some believe shows the junior Vermont senator marching with Martin Luther King Jr. in a 1965 Selma march. (Spokespersons for the Sanders campaign did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for verification.)