Jessica Dobrinsky claimed that she wanted to vote for Donald Trump but she didn’t out of fear she’d be labeled a racist.
Despite endorsements by a former KKK leader, claiming a “Mexican” judge born in Indiana was “biased” against him, refusing to rent to black people and questioning former President Barack Obama’s legitimacy as a president with a fake birther conspiracy, Dobrinsky still secretly supported Trump.
She told Fox News’s Jesse Watters that she was a Bernie Sanders supporter and considered herself a feminist and a liberal. But she feared “far left” friends would align her with the candidate who has a history of racist behavior.
She ultimately came out as a Trump supporter and began wearing a Trump T-shirt. Once she did, she said a truck full of boys with a Bernie Sanders sticker shouted “F*ck Trump” at her.
“They yelled very derogatorily comments, and it really did scare me,” she continued. “But I knew what I was doing was for all the right reasons and I was once on that side.”
Watters agreed with the young woman saying that when he is in “fringe” areas and around Sanders supporters he has noticed that “they are the ones that are the most angry and the most aggressive.”
The day after Trump was elected the nation experienced a wave of hate-motivated attacks on people of color in which Trump was mentioned.
Watch her full interview below:
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