Revenge is a dish best served cold.
It’s an adage climate activist Greta Thunberg has apparently taken to heart.
Last year she had somewhat of a public spat with Donald Trump.
As the man who took the US out of the Paris Accord, he wasn’t exactly aligned with her mission to reduce global warming.
In fact, he mocked her, tweeting an attack on social media that was deemed both “sexist and ableist” due to Thunberg’s Asperger’s Syndrome.
When Thunberg was named TIME’s person of the year in 2019, Trump called it “so ridiculous,” adding:
Greta must work on her Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Greta, Chill!
Fast forward a year and Trump is having a few anger problems of his own.
It’s day four of an excruciatingly drawn out election and the incumbent president is trailing rival Joe Biden.
As a result, he’s been throwing everything he can out there to try and prevent a loss.
Which includes completely false and baseless accusations of voter fraud.
In fact, Trump has even begun claiming that all the votes being counted for Joe Biden are ‘illegal’ on the basis that they’re not for him.
And it appears Thunberg had been biding her time to say her piece.
Nearly a year to the day that Trump insulted her on Twitter, the 17 year-old hit back, quoting a tweet of the president’s and parroting his own words back to him. People really enjoyed it.
Someone called the timing “epic”.
It was deemed a “taste of his own medicine”.
Social media users said they loved the teen.
Her comeback even got the meme treatment.
Eyes on this feud if Trump wins four more years…