A woman got into a Racist fit and attacked a Hispanic shopper at a JCPenney store situated in Louisville, Kentucky which was unfortunately recorded by a CCTV camera. To witness the whole situation, you can watch the whole video shared below.
The language used is inappropriate and would betray the moralistic terms of acknowledging a stranger and as per the reports, no one came in and defended the Hispanic shopper who was attacked by mean racist comments by the sickened woman. Detailing the comments made by the woman, she said:
“I don’t care if everybody hears me. I think everybody here probably feels the same d-mn way I do… Go back to wherever the f-ck you come from lady…tell them to go back where they belong. If they come here to live, then act like everyone else. Get to the back of the line like everybody else does and be somebody… You’re a nobody. Just because you come from another country, it doesn’t make you nobody… you’re probably on welfare. The taxpayers probably pay for all that stuff…we probably paid for every bit of that stuff…Speak English. You’re in America. If you don’t know it, learn it.”
As per the witness, named Renee Buckner, the woman had eventually got into a fit of rage after she saw a lady who spoke Spanish cut into the line and added few extra items into the cart of the Hispanic shopper. Buckner posted on Facebook narrating the whole event and also added the video further drawing huge public attention towards the unfortunate issue.
Further, Jefferson Mall, also acknowledged the whole event on Facebook and said in their post:
“We are aware of the video posted online today from one of the department stores. Jefferson Mall strives to create a comfortable and convenient experience for all of our guests and we absolutely do not condone this type of behavior. We will work to identify this woman, and once identified, she will be permanently banned from Jefferson Mall, per our Behavioral Code of Conduct.”
Weird, that Racism still has a place in people’s mindset and they publicly announce their delusional point of view.