Stockon, California Mayor Michael Tubbs issued a response to a conservative critic on Wednesday who posted a tweet about Tubb's latest plan for basic income.

In his tweet, Chuck Woolery, a white Hollywood conservative, managed to misconstrue quite a bit of information as it pertains to Mayor Tubbs and his plan to help end poverty in his city. To this, Tubbs responded in the most professional way possible while also letting Woolery know that he doesn't have all of his facts straight. The tweet has since gone viral, attracting more than 100,000 retweets so far.

As previously reported by Business Insider, Stockton is expected to become the first U.S. city to launch an experiment in universal basic income, a system of wealth distribution in which people receive a set amount of money just for being alive.

Tubb's plan, the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration (otherwise known as SEED), will give a select number of low income families $500 a month for 18 months in an effort to change the mindset, environment and esteem of folks in an underserved community. 

SEED is the first government-organized basic income experiment in the United States.

Don't come for Tubbs unless you're ready for the truth.