Hours After Everyone Saw Him Cry on TV, White Supremacist Richard Spencer Tried to Troll Aziz Ansari, So Everyone Reminded Spencer That They Saw Him Cry on TV
It’s been a big week for the side of Richard Spencer’s pride, and we're not just talking about his white pride. Hey, oh! No, we're talking about the schadenfreude of everyone seeing you cry on TV.
First, he was punched in the face when he was trying to talk about his little frog pin. Then, he said, he was “afraid it would be the meme to end all memes,” which it’s becoming.
To cap things off, he tried to troll Aziz embarrassment on Saturday, while Aziz was delivering his SNL monologue.
Spencer responded to Aziz's jokes on Twitter with "It seems we really triggered you?"
To which everyone on Twitter responded with, "Everyone saw you cry on TV."
Check it out. This is schadenfreude at its best.
everyone saw you cry on TV— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) January 23, 2017
Oh, another remix. Not getting old.
Again, what happened?
everyone saw you cry on tv— Joe Berkowitz (@JoeBerkowitz) January 23, 2017
I would love to see this. Just like when everyone saw Richard Spencer cry on TV.
i think one of you is supposed to cry on tv iirc— eric limer (@ericlimer) January 23, 2017
Everyone saw you cry on TV, Richard, and it was pretty funny imho— J Crowley (@jdcrowley) January 23, 2017
Now you've really done it.
Richard everyone saw you cry on TV— K. Thor Jensen (@kthorjensen) January 23, 2017
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And it just goes on like this.
everyone saw you cry on tv— Ketan Joshi (@KetanJ0) January 23, 2017
Not all of us are so lucky.
I've cried, but not on tv and not everyone saw it.— Lindsay McDowens (@doctormcdougall) January 23, 2017
It's gone international
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Awwww... He's crying on TV.
History repeats itself.