A pair of Trump supporters were caught on camera this past weekend issuing unhinged threats to a left-wing bookstore in Berkeley, California.
The video, which was posted on YouTube by Berkeley’s Revolution Books, shows the Trump supporters coming into the store and confronting people working there.
The video begins with a woman Trump supporter asking a store staff member if she really thinks “I’m racist because I support our president?”
“Yes, basically, yes,” the staff member replies.
A male Trump supporter, wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, called the staffer “commie scum” and told her that “we’re going to burn down your bookstore.”
The staffer informed them that she had video of them threatening to burn down the store and told them to “please leave” the premises.
“This is America, f*ck you!” the man shouted at her.
Later in the video, the man can be seen telling people outside the store that “Trump is going to get rid of all you pieces of sh*t.”
He also called the woman who worked at the book store an “anti-white racist piece of sh*t” and said that the only people who shopped at the store were “Antifa pieces of sh*t.”
Watch the video below.
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