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A video floated around Twitter on Friday showing a man posing for a selfie with conservative pundit Tomi Lahren, and then immediately asking her, “How does it feel to be a racist piece of shit?”
As the Fox contributor walks away in silence, she doesn’t drop her smile one bit.
The video originated on Reddit about a month ago, and Reddit user @thatgoodgood96 identified himself as the man in the video. He said he saw Lahren in New York City around then.
“‘Hey you wanna take a picture with me, huge fan!’ and then the rest was history,” the user wrote of the incident on the forum.
He wrote that he didn’t have a plan when he went up to Lahren, but “it worked out to a tee [sic].”
“Watching enough of her nonsense made this come extremely natural,” @thatgoodgood96 wrote. “She’s weirdly used to it it seems.”
Although the user made clear that he doesn’t call “everyone I disagree with a racist,” he wanted Lahren to know she’s “extremely unwelcome.”
“Fun to call her out and the silence that ensued after is unforgettable,” he wrote. “Hopefully she has to wear a little bigger hat next time walking around NYC.”
H/T Death and Taxes
Kris Seavers is the Evening Editor for the Daily Dot, where she covers breaking news, politics, and LGBTQ issues. Her work has appeared in Central Texas publications, including Austin Monthly and San Antonio Magazine, and on NPR.