A racist woman – who swears she’s not racist but only uses racist rhetoric – is shedding white tears after she lost her job after going viral.Watch the clip and check out her lame apology inside…
A racist white woman is now offering up an apology after losing her job over a viral video. This is what they do. Spew hate, receive consequences and then play victim.
Black Lives Matter protests have been going on across the nation since the death of George Floyd. In Branson, Missouri, demonstrators have been protesting outside of a store called Dixie Outfitters, which specializes in Confederate flags, clothing and other merchandise.
In a video, she’s heard shouting “KKK Belief” and other racist things during a Black Lives Matter protest.
The racist white woman – identified as Kathy Jenkins – is seen sitting on the back of a pickup truck while holding up a Confederate flag. You can see a police officer isn’t too far from where she and the other Confederate flag holders are.
“I will teach my grandkids to hate you all,” Kathy yelled at the BLM protesters. She then got up, put the flag over her shoulders and said “Suck on this.”
Then, she spewed more hate.
”KKK belief,” she said while pumping her fist in the air.
Peep the clip below:
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After the video went viral, Kathy lost her job and was locked out of her Facebook account. She claims she has been the target of a few threats and has since moved from Branson, her home of six years. Of course she’s apologizing now.
“I’m so, so sorry,” Kathy told a local news station. “I mean, if it would help for me to stand with Black Lives Matter, I absolutely would do that. “I was chanting Black Lives Matter… and that’s not even on video,” she said. Umm…
“I hadn’t said anything until they came into my face. It’s like I blacked out. I don’t even remember saying half the stuff that I said,” she continued.
Oh, now you don’t remember?
As for her KKK comment, she said she was mocking the people who supposedly approached her.
“I wasn’t saying I’m KKK or for the KKK. I was mocking them because I don’t like being called a racist,” she said.
Girl, bye. Below is an apology Kathy wrote:
“As many of you know I am Kathy. I just wanted to start with saying that I am truly deeply sorry for what I said. This isn’t who I am as a person. I obviously cannot take back what I said. I can only learn from this. I want to make it clear. I am not teaching my children or grandchildren to hate anyone. No one. Ever. I’ve always taught them to respect and love anyone no matter the race. I’ve always taught them to treat people with the same respect as they would want to be treated. My words and actions have been a learning experience. Not only did I learn from this, but I hope this message helps others that they cannot take back what they have said. Again I am so so sorry because that is not who I am. I would never ever want to see anyone hurt and I don’t care who they are.”

One of the organizers of Branson’s Black Lives Matter protest responded to Kathy’s claims and apology:
“She knew exactly what she was doing. She was there from the start on the counter-protesters’ side shouting obscenities and hateful words at our protesters. I think her claims to not know what the confederate flag is and what it represents are absurd and lies. She proudly shouted “KKK belief” in front of all of us. Her apology does not make sense as she’s trying to state she didn’t realize she was on the opposing side. How do you not realize that if you’re on Dixie Outfitter’s property holding a confederate flag along with the other counter-protesters that are facing us? She never once shouted ‘black lives matter’ along with us. This woman is lying and apologizing because she’s sorry she got caught in her acts of racism.”

Save those white tears, Kathy.
Photo: Screenshot from Twitter video