In the video, the man, who identified himself as a 33-year-old member of the U.S. Marines, can be heard dropping several N-words in his rant.
In the later part of the video, he revealed that his sister died from COVID-19 “that the f***ing Chinese brought here,” the man said.
He goes into detail about nuclear warfare and how he hopes it will cause deformities in children and that the women and “pretty wives will get sold off to the market,” while scratching at lottery tickets.
“You know what, we’re going to war with them,” the man said referring to China as he speaks to another shopper.
“So I’m going back over there. I can’t wait to go back over to China,” he added.
Wang replied in one of the tweet’s comments that no one in the staff nor the bystanders did anything and even agreed with his rant.
My mom passed away from COVID last week. I was there to get photos for her funeral. Everyone is hurt from this. I have to deal with the same emotions and his rants. I have to deal with others patrons and staff nodding their heads in agreement.
Hi Charlie, we appreciate you tagging us to bring this situation to our attention, and would very much like to look into this further with you. Please feel welcome to reach out to us by DM with the store location where this occurred. ^SS https://t.co/Tu3htLHdoR
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