November 24, 2018
So this happened today. I hate to say the political climate is to blame for someone’s outrageous behavior, but I was visibly shaken today with this exchange. I simply asked the woman if I could sit down next to her while I waited for the car to charge. I noticed she was attentively reading her papers and wanted to be respectful and not interrupt. I asked, “ Would you mind if I sit next to you?” Seems pretty simple. That is when things got crazy!! Her reply, “Do I have a choice?” 😳I was so shocked, I asked her to repeat it so I could see her face. Something in me said I should record it, too. Thank God I did! What you see next left me speechless…“You will be wiped out…trust me.” ❌ That was a threat! Fast forward…she was asked to leave the restaurant. The manager of the store that kicked her out also walked me to my car for safety. I know that the scars of racism run deep in this great country I love. Being Puerto Rican, I am a proud American 🇺🇸…and equally proud Puerto Rican 🇵🇷. This lady was lucky my PR-ness didn’t come out!! I wish for a world for my children and my children’s children’s to never worry about this stuff…but then again, we are who we are.
Gepostet von Lennys Bermudez am Dienstag, 20. November 2018
This woman has an Eastern European accent, if you listen closely to her. Judging by this and how very blonde she is, one can assume that she grew up in a country where everyone is racist in this calm, matter-of-fact way.
Waiting for car to charge, Arizona resident Lennys Bermudez Molina entered a local eatery to pass the time earlier this week, but rather than enjoying a few moments of peace and quiet, things quickly went sour after she inquired about a seat.
Molina explained in a Facebook post on Tuesday that, moments after walking into the Wildflower Bread Company near Arizona’s Loop 101 and Interstate 17, she scoped out the scene in search of a place to sit down.
However, after doing so, rather than just plopping down, she asked a fellow patron whether it would be okay to take the seat, since the woman appeared to be “attentively reading her papers.”
“I was so shocked, I asked her to repeat it so I could see her face,” Molina writes in her post. “Something in me said I should record it, too. Thank God I did! What you see next left me speechless.”
She did keep speaking tho.
“Well I have never been told that somebody prefers whites, instead of me,” Molina is heard saying in the video. The unidentified customer responds with, “Yes, that would be me… I prefer the whole freaking nation to be white.”
She later added that the US would become white and that Molina “would be wiped out.”
I have to say, this woman is pretty hardcore. She doesn’t even lose her cool, or care that she’s being recorded – she just tells the woman point blank that she’s gonna be exterminated.
I don’t know what country she’s from, but we need more people from that place in America.
“So this lady is telling me that she doesn’t want me to sit next to her because I’m not white,” Molina says before panning the camera back to the woman, who is seen moving her belongings to another table.
You asked her if she wanted you to sit there, and she answered the question.
Proud of being both American and Puerto Rican, Molina told local outlet CBS5 that the unidentified patron shouldn’t go around judging people.“She doesn’t know who I am… Don’t judge people without even knowing them,” she told the station.
You can’t be both American and something else, local news shouldn’t feed attention whores, and “don’t judge people” is the stupidest hippie meme I’ve ever had to cringe through. It basically means “don’t exercise judgement” or “do not reason” or “don’t think.”
She must have never had to experience the bizarre American phenomenon of socially aggressive minorities looking to capture wrongthink on camera in whatever country she grew up in.
Is this how America treats her guests? By allowing disgusting brown people to harass them at shops?
Imagine someone inviting you over to their house and then letting their dog hump your leg and just sitting there watching it as you uncomfortably try to push it away. Would you consider that person to be a good host?
I’m mortified to think that if people ask her what America is like, she’ll tell them that the brown people are so entitled that you can make national news just by answering “no” when they ask you if you want them near you.