It’s difficult to troll someone when you got punched in the face on live TV.
Everyone loves Twitter. Whether it’s used to laugh at this toy horse with a very specific detail, or for businesses like Jimmy John’s to troll a dude, people enjoy using the social network in all sorts of ways. It’s even more fun when you can use it to troll an idiot and racist like Richard Spencer.
It all started this pass weekend when comedian Aziz Ansari hosted Saturday Night Live and used his monologue to drop some truth on everyone, especially the alt-right movement, calling them the “lower-case KKK.”
“The problem is, there’s a new group… I’m talking about these people that, as soon as Trump won, they’re like, ‘We don’t have to pretend like we’re not racist anymore! We don’t have to pretend anymore! We can be racist again! Whoo!.’ “You know who I’m talking about. There’s like this new lower-case K.K.K. movement that started. This kind of casual white supremacy.”
Check out his full monologue below if you missed it:
Richard Spencer Attempts To Troll Aziz Ansari, Gets Destroyed On Twitter
Apparently neo-Nazi Spencer didn’t find this amusing, tweeting:
— Richard Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) January 22, 2017
Spencer’s troll attempt completely failed, because people instead reminded him how he had just gotten punched in the face a few days earlier.
Check out some of the funniest responses.
@RichardBSpencer everyone saw you cry on TV
— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) January 23, 2017
— Sean O’Neal (@seanoneal) January 23, 2017
@RichardBSpencer richard it’s ok to cry on tv. but you did
— Miles Klee (@MilesKlee) January 23, 2017
.@RichardBSpencer Everyone saw you cry on tv.
— Theodore Leo (@tedleo) January 23, 2017
— Lindsay McDowens (@doctormcdougall) January 23, 2017
— Heather Whaley (@HeatherWhaley) January 23, 2017
@RichardBSpencer Are you ok hun? It’s just that everyone saw you cry on tv.
— Aaron Gilbert (@AaronDelays) January 23, 2017
@RichardBSpencer You the fella that cried in TV?
— Gerry Duggan (@GerryDuggan) January 23, 2017
— Lucy O’Brien (@Luceobrien) January 23, 2017
@RichardBSpencer Everyone saw you cry on TV.
— Sean Cannon (@mrseancannon) January 23, 2017
— Gender-Professecs (@MrTrunney) January 20, 2017
h/t The Daily Dot