Another week, another instance of Chrissy Teigen being the absolute best at destroying fools on social media.
When it comes to verbally smacking fools down on Twitter, Teigen takes on all comers. Whether it's mom shamers...
...or certain Presidents of the United States of America, the supermodel and TV personality is never afraid to let jerks know exactly how she feels.
So when she saw this video of a disgusting racist attacking an Asian man on a train, she had plenty to say about it.
As a result of posting the video, Teigen sparked a conversation on racism in America, and how insane it is that it occurred in an area thought of as "progressive."
What pisses me off is that this happened in the Bay Area. It’s a fucking melting pot of culture here. And the fact that NOBODY offered to help him except for one woman. Even the dude sitting next to him was a coward.— lil boob sweat™ (@my_lee_suhh) November 17, 2017
The 3 guys who spoke up on the MAX in Portland ended up being stabbed (2 died)...it’s becoming dangerous to even help.— Christina (@freshmeximelt) November 17, 2017
so scared. Im hispanic (puerto rico) My husbands chinese. 2 mixed kids. Literally 2 of the most hated/“dangerous” things to be in america rn. Ppl have even been upset at me, thinking i was middle eastern. Idk how to protect them. Feel like a failure. Its not new but its stronger.— 谢雨婷marian 화린 (@xieyuting) November 17, 2017
Other people just marveled at how the man being attacked restrained himself in the video.
Same. I don't get why people don't swing at a bitch when they try you. I get the whole high road shit but after the 394th time it's time to take the gloves off and show someone rather than tell them— Jason Michael Martin (@WVUGuy29) November 17, 2017
The victim is so amazing and calm and wonderful. He handled that terrible incident with class and grace— imworkingdanni (@imworkingdanni) November 17, 2017
The FBI has reported that the number of hate crimes has reached a five year high since Trump was elected, suggesting a positive correlation between a spike in racially motivated assaults and the Donald taking the White House.
What do you think?