If you had to describe tonight's third and final presidential debate in two words, they would undoubtedly be "bad hombres."
That was Donald Trump's unfortunate choice of phrase to describe the millions of immigrants he plans to deport as part of his ruthless immigration policy, and Twitter clapped back — hard.
Within seconds of the words leaving Trump's lips, a hashtag was born. Before long, an avalanche of outrage flooded social media. Hillary Clinton, you could've taken the rest of the night off, girl.
Here's the moment in question:
And here's the tiniest sampling of how folks reacted:
BAD HOMBRES BRUH?!— kim drew (@museummammy) October 20, 2016
We have some bad hombres here?!?!? ARE YOU? IS THIS?#debatenight— Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) October 20, 2016
WAIT CAN WE PLEASE GO BACK BECAUSE I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT THE BAD HOMBRES— Erin Burr, sir (@erinscafe) October 20, 2016
Wait. Rewind. Did that racist just say "bad hombres"?— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) October 20, 2016
"We have some bad hombres here"?! Mr. Trump, you do not speak for America, and you never will.— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) October 20, 2016
Wrong move, hombre.
Oh, and ICYMI because you were busy sifting though all the "bad hombre" memes and tweets on social, Trump also shouted out "nasty women" and "Chicago thugs" during the debate tonight.