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An ultra-conservative media pundit said that women shouldn't be using "bad words" and the internet gave him no mercy.
Nicholas J Fuentes, who is a commentator on the America First podcast, wrote in a now-deleted tweet, that:
Women shouldn't say bad words. RT if you agree.
It was only a matter of minutes before the traditionalist personality, who regularly spreads alt-right views across different media platforms, was being roasted by men and women alike on Twitter.
The biggest burn came from journalist Kaj-Erik Eriksen who wrote:
@NickJFuentes Hello nick,
I’m a reporter with KLWG in Boise.
I’m doing a story on men that have never pleasured a w… https://t.co/N4Uhr0ssok — Kaj-Erik Eriksen®️ (@Kaj-Erik Eriksen®️)
Women also made it clear to that they can say whatever they want.
@NickJFuentes You shouldn’t say ANY fucking words. — Douglas Henshall (@Douglas Henshall)
@NickJFuentes Do I normally speak this way? Oh, fuck no! I had to work on this. But I don't give a shit if you beli… https://t.co/LpJqFp54Cn — R. Donohue #Resist | arm chair activist (@R. Donohue #Resist | arm chair activist)
In the past, Fuentes has come under fire for arguing that the First Amendment was "not written for Muslims". He also once said that the "people behind CNN" should be "arrested, deported or hanged".
From these examples alone, it is evident that Fuentes is no stranger to spreading hate speech, which is why his public internet roasting was probably very well-deserved.
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