Trump supporter goes on foul-mouthed racist rant about black people on vacation in viral video
Tariq Nasheed, an anti-racism strategist, took to Twitter to share the clip of a White lady only identified as “Vicky” who went on a racist rant.
According to the description of the video, which contains strong language, Vicky was a “Trump-supporting white supremacist” who went on vacation to the US Virgin Islands, a place that Nasheed described as being full of Black people.
In the clip, the lady, who seemed to be drunk, appeared walking very close to the camera saying that she didn’t like Black people using the N-word. Later, she cheered on President Donald Trump and attacked Former President Barack Obama.
TRYING TO CALM HER
Soon after that, a man approached her and said, “Vicky, be quiet.” Later, the same lady appeared sitting on what seemed to be a boat saying that she hated Black people “with passion,” using the N-word again.
The same man who first asked her to be quiet was sitting in front of her and said: “could you be quiet?” A resident named Edwin Lewis commented under the video shared to twitter that he was near Vicky when the rant took place.
ATTACKING MORE PEOPLE
He said that the lady, later identified as Mickey Tronson, was escorted by the police after the incident took place. Lewis even posted another video of the woman verbally attacking black people and Lewis for recording her. It also contains strong language.
Even though Lewis said that police escorted her, there is no evidence suggesting so. Tronson deleted her Facebook page, though. The man who was trying to calm her was identified as Troy Strube, a retired Delta Air Lines worker.
Unfortunately, it was not the first time that a racist rant gets recorded. Lena Jones uploaded to her Facebook page the video of an altercation she and two other women had with a customer in a Target store in Nashville, Tennessee.
I’m praying that this woman isn’t teaching in the public school system. pic.twitter.com/uHxbNXQxd7— Free Foogiano (@ms_bee_parlay) December 2, 2018
FIGHTING IN TARGET
In the now-deleted clip, the three Black women were in the store while a fourth lady was complaining and arguing with them because they allegedly were talking about sex in public.
I wish someone would attempt to chide me in public. My first question would be “who are you?”. My second question would be “why are we speaking?”.— R.A.Redden Sr (@PappyRed47) December 3, 2018
The unnamed lady, who was labeled as “Target Tammy” after the incident, refused to move on even when Jones and her friends turned their backs on and ignored her for a while.
Has she never heard the word "sex" in public. Or ORRRRR.... Is she just mad that Black women are out discussing sex and being joyful in their conversation.— U GOT TO BE SEEN VACCINED (@Bat_MaaM) December 1, 2018
STARTING THE ARGUMENT OVER A COMMENT
One of the ladies explained that they asked one of the members of the group to try on a hat that looked like something Eartha Kitt’s character in the 1992 film “Boomerang” would wear.
Another white woman decided not to mind her own damn business. She intruded on the convo of 3 black women, tried to tell them what they did and didn’t say. Then she insulted and gaslit them, and played victim. As per usual. I hope they catch her in the streets #RacistBeckery pic.twitter.com/98tM6amjq8— Excessively Black (@HollaBlackGirl) December 1, 2018
However, the woman said no “because her character had sex with a younger man.” That was the sentence that started the argument as “Target Tammy” allegedly chimed in and told them that they shouldn’t talk about sex in public.
Target employees intervened in the argument and, after calming things down, “Target Tammy” left and the video ended.
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