Kimberly Guilfoyle's speech at the Republican National Convention on Monday night — in which she began yelling and grew increasingly louder — has inspired a new "challenge." People are now screaming parts of her speech at home and in public.
The Fox News personality turned Trump surrogate spent much of her speech, which was prerecorded, according to NBC News, fearmongering, trashing the state of California, and hitting other big Trump talking points.
She concluded her performance by yelling "Ladies and gentlemen, leaders and fighters for freedom and liberty and the American dream, the best is yet to come" to an empty arena.
The volume and overall spirit of Guilfoyle's soliloquy instantly became a meme.
The video has already been reshared over 10,000 times, and it's inspired other people to do the same.
Ryan Prominski, 39, of Detroit said he saw @DBF_NYC's original video "and absolutely died laughing."
He told BuzzFeed News his first thought was to wake his cats up by screaming the speech, "but that's not cool," he said, laughing.
"[I] scrapped the thought, and was like, 'Maggie is right there,'" he said of his daughter. Ryan recorded himself yelling in her direction.
"It's important to laugh," he added. "At this point, as a Democrat, it's part of the survival kit."
People are now screaming into their phones, at their family members and pets, and into the void.
The challenge only began taking off on Tuesday morning. The best is yet to come.