A New York woman, furious that an Asian woman took a subway seat that had been occupied by her daughter, launched a racist tirade that culminated with her shoving the woman to the ground and declaring, “This ain’t your country.”
According to the New York Post, the unidentified woman was angry because she believed one of her children had been forced to move over in their seats so the Asian woman could sit down in the crowded car.
“He didn’t get up for me because my daughter is black. He didn’t get up for me to sit with my daughter,” the woman shouts, indicating another passenger.
“Mind your language — be calm,” the Asian woman can be heard saying, which only earned her a blistering rant.
“What am I saying wrong?” the mom shouts with her kids looking on. “You playing with my kids. If that was your kid you would be OK with it? So f*ck you! Mind your ass and move it before I kick you. B*tch, I will move you off that seat — try me. Move from the seat, move for my daughter.”
The shouting woman then told her children to push the woman off the seat, yelling, “push her, push her, push her,” before adding, “Go ahead, hit my daughter back. Push her off the seat. Go ahead, b*tch!”
After pushing the woman off the seat and onto the floor where she was helped up by fellow passengers, the angry mom ranted further after being implored to “Mind your language.”
“F*ck your language. F*ck police, bitch!” she shouts “Y’all speak English? Tell her what she did wrong. She put my child out a seat. This ain’t your country. Welcome to America. Gonna put my child out a seat. Because my daughter’s Spanish and she Chinese, you gonna get up for her to sit down.”
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