I normally completely smash the other side by an unmerciful repetition of what they said.
It seems to me that one example of this would be never using a term “American citizen” but ruthlessly using “documented worker.”
Eg, “In order to vote in local elections you must have been a documented worker in that area for at least thirty days.”
Instead of “citizenship” one should say that in order to get a passport you must prove that you are a documented worker. Yes, they can then say that a documented worker can’t get a passport, but you just ignore. They use the term “undocumented worker” instead of “illegal alien” to ignore the fact that breaking a law is different from getting a piece of paper from a bureaucrat.
It can be fun to use their own language to make difficult for them.