A disturbed repugnant racist woman in Florida mistakes two Brazilian Americans for terrorists and goes on to attack them and the Middle East in an obscene way.
According to the video description by UH-OH MONKEY:
While filming a YouTube comedy skit in front of a local airport, a racist woman stopped her vehicle on the side of the road and started calling my friend and I terrorists.
Being that I’m an aspiring filmmaker, I pulled out my camera and started recording the incident.
I served the U.S Air Force and I honestly never thought this would happen to me.
WARNING: Strong language
It’s disgusting how ignorant and blind people are nowadays.
People like her need to be shunned out of society, because that’s the mentality that keeps us from progressing.
SHARE this, we need this negativity shunned!
Nick Giassi and Jobson Chaves were doing their thing in Pompano Beach, Florida, when a women pulled up in her car and started shouting at them.
She says: ‘I said you were a scumbag, you’re child pedophilers,f***** b****** that turn into terrorists.
‘You f*** each other’s asses, suck each other’s d****, and rape children, and turn into terrorists now because you hate yourself so much.
‘Now you’re taking pictures in front of a plane to remind you of 9/11.
‘You’re American terrorists and God told me so. God is in your brain and your brain.’
The bizarre rant, which took place near an airport, goes on for minutes.
Giassi told Mail Online: ‘We were going to film a little comedy sketch and that’s when she pulled up and started cursing at us.
‘At first glance I thought she was my old high school teacher, but then she kept rattling and I quickly realised she wasn’t.
‘I didn’t want her negativity to get the best of me or ruin the day. I used her negativity and changed it around to a positive.’
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