Floridian Gina Brashear was recently filmed as she launched into a racist tirade at two Black men.
She used the n-word six times during her rant. The woman was completely unphased when asked not to invoke the slur.
According to NBC2 News, Brashear erupted when two employees of OF Logistics—a moving and delivery company—parked their truck in front of Brashear's driveway and began to unload sheet metal for a job at a house on the same road.
When Brashear began to yell and use racist language, the customer who was receiving the work began to record her.
WBBH caught up with Melvin Finley and Will Osley, the owners of OF Logistics who were unloading the truck when Brashear exploded.
Finley shared how quickly things escalated.
"Me and him are on the back of the truck. We're still working. We're still unloading the sheets of metal onto the pallet."
"We start hearing this commotion on the other side of the truck jut getting louder and louder and more intense."
Finley reflected on Brashear's verbal attack.
"I've been insulted before. It's nothing new to me, but this time around it's a little, I don't know, it just feels a little different. It feels bigger than me."
"I have a 7-year-old son and I dread the day that he would have to go through anything similar to what I have had to go through."
"We have a very long way to go. We have not come as far as we claim."
"We have a long way to go."
But when NBC2 asked Brashear for a comment, she showed no remorse whatsoever.
She refused to speak on camera, but did talk on the phone where she proudly considered herself a racist.
When asked about the use of the n-word specifically, Brashear had no regrets.
"It doesn't matter if I said it 100 times in 30 seconds.There's nothing illegal about saying it."
People who came across the story on Facebook shared a mixture of outrage toward Brashear and support for Finley and Osley.
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Brashear frequently shares racist content on her Facebook page—memes warning of a race war, celebrating running over Black Lives Matter protesters, superimposing a Confederate flag over the White House, promoting right-wing gun militias—and she told the TV station her bigoted views are justified.
"Absolutely. Do I have reasons to be racist? Absolutely I do."
"That one you need to get straight coming from me, I don't care who's upset."
"I don't care that I'm called a racist."
Brashear didn't elaborate on her reasons.