An angry Donald Trump supporter interrupted a live report from a protest outside Trump Tower to curse at an MSNBC reporter.
The woman, who refused to give her name, was obviously in no mood to celebrate the Republican candidate’s election win when she confronted MSNBC reporter Cal Perry as he interviewed a demonstrator holding a sign that read, “Ban all bigotry, deport hate, build bridges.”
“Bigotry, married to an immigrant — make sure you get that on camera, right?” said the white woman, who was wearing a Trump-Pence T-shirt and holding a cup of coffee. “No, but you don’t do that interview.”
The demonstrator insisted that’s not what bigotry means, but the woman kept up her harangue.
“Why don’t you get it on camera instead of editing his $1 million-a-month anonymous feed-the-children donations,” the woman said, jabbing a finger in the reporter’s face. “Why don’t you get that on camera? Why don’t you get on camera that he recruited immigrants to help him build towers so he could put them up? Oh, you don’t get that on camera.”
The woman accused reporters of misleadingly editing video footage, and she said the demonstrator did not appreciate the sacrifices Trump had made by getting elected president.
“You don’t include the fact that we have an awesome, an awesome president now who took a step down from unappreciative motherf*ckers,” the woman said.
The reporter asked the woman her name, but she refused, saying he would just alter her words somehow to misidentify her.
“You’re not getting my name — you’re getting a ‘f*ck you,'” the woman said. “You don’t give it as it really is. You don’t give it or portray it as it really is: a good man, with a good, awesome heart that traveled the world feeding the kids — you f*cking motherf*ckers.”
— Cal Perry (@calmsnbc) November 11, 2016