Fox Nation host and right-wing political pundit Tomi Lahren just picked the wrong fight. The 26-year-old commentator responded to Cardi B's recent criticism of Donald Trump, writing on Twitter, "Looks like @iamcardib is the latest genius political mind to endorse the Democrats. HA! Keep it up, guys!" Cardi, true to form, clapped back.

"Leave me alone I will dog walk you," she tweeted.

Last week, Cardi B gained attention online for speaking against the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. "This shit is crazy," she explained in an Instagram video. "Like, our country is in a hell hole right now—all for a fuckin' wall." Unlike the rest of the internet, Lahren clearly wasn't down with the rapper's political commentary.

"I'm sure you would," Lahren, who previously compared Black Lives Matter protestors to the KKK, responded. "Still doesn't make your political rambling any less moronic."

Cardi didn't back down: "You're so blinded with racism that you don't even realize the decisions the president you root for is destroying the country you claim to love so much. You are a perfect example on no matter how educated or smart you think you are you still a SHEEP!"

Cardi also made time for a Twitter stranger who asked, "you gonna pay for my insurance?"

"I'm paying about 4 million in taxes this year so most likely I am paying for your insurance," she said. "That's if your favorite president don't take my tax money for his wall Mr. White Bread." Upon noticing this response, Lahren quoted it. "You do realize these high taxes you complain about are the bedrock of the Democratic Party, right?," she asked Cardi.

Meanwhile, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez noticed the back and forth, chiming in. "Why do people think that can mess with Bronx Women without getting roasted?," she tweeted. Lahren took the response as a call to incite violence against her, for some reason. "Aren't you the same girl who whines about Trump inciting violence?" Lahren wrote.

"Now you applaud it because it's against a female conservative you disagree with politically?" Tomi, getting called out on Twitter isn't violence.