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‘Karen’ is so racist that she malfunctions at sight of George Floyd’s hologram on Robert E. Lee statue

The hologram is being projected onto Confederate monument sites throughout the South.


Eilish O'Sullivan


A woman in Virginia had a racist meltdown after seeing a 3D hologram of George Floyd being projected onto a Robert E. Lee statue.

Her disturbance was filmed at a hologram memorial for Floyd in downtown Richmond on July 28, according to FOX 5 DC. Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police in May, and his death sparked ongoing nationwide protests against police brutality and systemic racism.

“This is public property. This is my city,” the woman shouts while grabbing one memorial attendee and shaking them.

People at the event protest her presence. “You’re a racist,” one bystander says. “Leave.”

In response, the woman slews racial slurs at and continues getting physical with attendees. “You’re a fucking [N-word]. Look at this [N-word] shit,” she says while seemingly hitting the person recording the video.

Bystanders continue to try to get her to leave. “Get the f*ck out of here,” another says to her.

The hologram, which features Floyd’s face formed out of “fireflies” and his name in graffiti, is part of a Southern-wide memorial event for Floyd called “A Monumental Change: The George Floyd Hologram Memorial Project.” The same hologram is slated to appear at five different Confederate monument sites throughout the South as part of a week-long tour spearheaded by the George Floyd Foundation, according to FOX 5 DC.

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