Online it is used as a reaction to valid arguments, either as a standalone phrase, or as a reaction image.
In one of the scenes, viewers can see Kronk performing his task of abducting and eliminating the main character Kuzco.
It is here his conscience comes to play, appearing as a miniature Kronk angel and devil.
The devil brings three reasons to let Kuzco die, one being the ridiculous looks of the angel, and the second argument being a one-handed handstand pushup.
When Kronk question’s the power display’s relevance, the angel replies “No, no. He’s got a point”.
The scene was uploaded to YouTube on August 21st, 2007, by Jonathan Coops, with the title Kronk’s Mission.
“No, no. He’s got a point” first appeared online as a quote, posted by u/Picker-Rick on the r/Memes subreddit on August 9th, 2019.
For a few months, the meme was only referred to as a quote, up until November 9th, 2019, when u/zNightmare69 shared a reaction image macro to the r/2meirl4meirl subreddit.
In late 2019 and early 2020, the meme spread rapidly across social media platforms, with the most notable ones being Reddit and Twitter.
It also appeared on sites like 9GAG, iFunny as well as YouTube.