The video has sparked many "debates" about whether or not it is okay to punch a Nazi (it is not okay—it is great). And model/fierce Tweeter Chrissy Teigen had no problem directly telling Richard Spencer her thoughts on matter—on Twitter, of course (what is this, the '90s?!).
First, Spencer, an actual Nazi who somehow believes he is still the victim here, tweeted out this quote:
"I am not what happened to me," he wrote, to the tune of the world's smallest violin. "I am what I choose to become."
Then Chrissy Teigen hit him back with this Twitter version of a left hook:
Not one to take a punch lying down, Spencer tried to mansplain back at her:
It didn't work. First of all, Spencer's initial tweet is a quote from Carl Jung, not Nelson Mandela. So, that's a pretty major Mansplain Fail.
But Teigen didn't even bother with this information, because she already had the perfect comeback:
Truly in my limited experience, the best way to fight with a nazi is to call them a nazi. And then sashay away.