Watch white supremacist Richard Spencer get his face smashed-in to the tune of some of your favorite songs.
The most popular meme of inauguration weekend was a clip of white supremacist Richard Spencer, a leader of the alt-right movement, getting punched in the face by a protestor while giving an interview. Spencer had been attempting to explain why he wears a meme-inspired pin of Pepe the Frog when a man cloaked in all black entered the frame out of nowhere and socked him in the side of the face. Using popular songs, the clip has been "remixed" many times over, and the ensuing memes are now the hottest items on Twitter. The punch looks especially spectacular when arriving in sync with the famous Metro Boomin beat tag on Kanye West's "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1." Watch that as well as plenty more choice remixes below.
omg it worked pic.twitter.com/wvNmZYZ7g2— Dan Carson (@TheDoctorCarson) January 21, 2017
"Born in the U.S.A."
this is as patriotic as I've felt in a long time pic.twitter.com/yiVxd8semM— PESTERING PUPPETS (@prttybadtweeter) January 21, 2017
"In the Air Tonight"
I made one of those Richard Spencer videos. pic.twitter.com/ToudvGAPhW— don (@donswaynos) January 21, 2017
"My Heart Will Go On"
"Call Me Maybe"
Call Me Maybe - Carly Rae Jepson pic.twitter.com/A3xC7zC7p3— Alt-Right Getting (@PunchedToMusic) January 23, 2017
"Public Service Announcement"
"Blood on the Leaves"
Richard Spencer getting punched in the face while Blood On The Leaves plays pic.twitter.com/mI39GfkLKh— hunter (@HndrixLamar) January 21, 2017
Here's a video of a Neo-Nazi getting punched in the face synced to Freedom, You're Welcome. pic.twitter.com/RutDWlbAWs— BEYONCÉ CAPITAL (@BeyonceCapital) January 21, 2017
"X Gonna Give It to Ya"
kendrick knows pic.twitter.com/oEJadyY7Bb— c b c 👾 (@chelseybcoombs) January 21, 2017