"You know your life ain't s**t." That was the response from Michael Rapaport, actor and filmmaker, who took to social media on Saturday to respond to the hate-fueled protest that took place in Charlottesville, VA. He didn't hold back one bit. 

"You know your life ain't s**t if you're a college student, on a Friday night during the summertime, you ain't getting no ass, and you decide to come out for a protest carrying tiki torches, talking s**t?" Rapaport asked mockingly. "You ain't s**t," he continued. "If you was really trying to get it poppin', you would've taken your little Ed Sheeran protest right over to Virginia Beach or Newport News and you would've got your tiki torch stuffed up your ass."

Strong words from Rapaport, but it's a sentiment that's been echoed by most of the country on social media following the devastating events of Saturday, where a White Nationalist rally went from tense to downright deadly after a car drove through a group of counter protesters. The vehicle killed at least one person and injured dozens more. The driver has since been arrested, but many people are still outraged at President Trump's supposedly passive public response to the situation, during which he did not specifically reference nor condemn White Nationalism. You can watch some of that statement below.