The string of emboldened racists making fools of themselves in retail stores while being videotaped continues. Today, we have racist Kentucky woman. A fellow shopper named Renee Buckner videotaped racist Kentucky woman’s rant and abuse in an effort to “to expose this racism in America/Louisville.”
Buckner uploaded the video to her Facebook account and wrote that the incident was kicked off when “this Hispanic lady was purchasing items and the transaction was almost complete, then her friend brings up some shirts to be added to her purchase instead of getting in line. And this lady went off!!!”
“Get in line like everybody else did, it starts back there,” racist Kentucky woman begins.
“And it don’t bother me if I say it, and I don’t care if everybody hears me,” the unbothered racist Kentucky woman says. “I think everybody here probably feels the same damn way I do.” To which an unseen person is heard responding “I do.” “Thank you,” racist Kentucky woman replies.
“Just go back to wherever the fuck you come from, lady.” Which prompts the cashier to tell racist Kentucky woman to watch her language. “Hey, tell them to go back where they belong,” she says. “If they come here to live, then act like everybody else. Get in the back of the line like everybody else does — and be somebody. And that’s the way I look at it.” Racist Kentucky woman (who is a much bigger somebody now that her rant is online) says.
“You’re . . . nobodies,” racist Kentucky woman continues.
But in a twist, racist Kentucky woman clarifies that this isn’t about the person she is berating being from another country. “Just because you come from another country, that don’t make you nobody,” she says. Maybe she is just Kentucky woman, not racist at all, just angry.
And then, “You’re nobody, as far as I’m concerned. Probably on welfare. The taxpayers probably paid for all that stuff.” Ah, there it is, she’s back. Sorry that we doubted you racist Kentucky woman. “We probably paid for every bit of that stuff — you know that?” the Notorious R.K.W. says. “Probably all the food they get and everything else. I’m sorry, but that’s the way I feel.”
One of the women being harassed with these racist assertions tries to just say sorry in an effort to calm racist Kentucky woman’s nerves. But a polite acknowledgment of the woman’s unhinged feeling of victimhood is certainly not enough. Racist Kentucky woman has been itching to finally make her stand. The levee has broken and here, today in this JC Penney check out line, someone’s finally going to speak up for everyone who has waited an extra couple of minutes due to the presence of someone who is not white.
“That’s okay, speak English,” Racist Kentucky woman says. “You’re in America. If you don’t know it, learn it. And I’m sorry that I’m that way, but you all need to realize you’re not the only ones around here.”
We are also sorry that she is that way. It would be nice if she wasn’t. Can’t you just feel the Christmas spirit?