In the racist viral video of the week, a Puerto Rican woman captured an exchange with a white woman seated at the table next to her at the Wildflower restaurant in North Phoenix, Ariz., during which the white woman said America should be all white and “you will be wiped out, trust me.”

Not believing her ears, Lennys Bermudez Molina, a loan officer from Scottsdale began filming the encounter. It began when she asked out of courtesy if the seat next to the woman was occupied, and if she could sit there. She was greeted with the reply: “Do I have a choice?”

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The video of the exchange shows Molina saying: “Well I have never been told that somebody prefers whites instead of me” and the racist white woman replying: “Yes, that would be me. I’d prefer the whole freaking nation to be white. How about that?”

So this happened today. I hate to say the political climate is to blame for someone’s outrageous behavior, but I was visibly shaken today with this exchange. I simply asked the woman if I could sit down next to her while I waited for the car to charge. I noticed she was attentively reading her papers and wanted to be respectful and not interrupt. I asked, “ Would you mind if I sit next to you?” Seems pretty simple. That is when things got crazy!! Her reply, “Do I have a choice?” ?I was so shocked, I asked her to repeat it so I could see her face. Something in me said I should record it, too. Thank God I did! What you see next left me speechless…“You will be wiped out…trust me.” ❌ That was a threat! Fast forward…she was asked to leave the restaurant. The manager of the store that kicked her out also walked me to my car for safety. I know that the scars of racism run deep in this great country I love. Being Puerto Rican, I am a proud American ??…and equally proud Puerto Rican ??. This lady was lucky my PR-ness didn’t come out!! I wish for a world for my children and my children’s children’s to never worry about this stuff…but then again, we are who we are.

Posted by Lennys Bermudez on Tuesday, November 20, 2018

When Molina counters: “You know that’s never going to happen, right?” the white woman chillingly and rather stupidly replies: “Oh, it’s going to happen. You will be wiped out. Trust me.”

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Shocked, Molina says: “So all I was doing was asking you if you mind if I could sit in this chair right here out of courtesy because you are reading papers.”

The white lady then moved one seat.

“But you prefer white people, not me?” Molina asks.

“Definitely,” the white woman replies.

Molina said into the video: “Definitely. So this lady’s telling me that she doesn’t want me to sit next to her because I’m not white. Dear lord. What has the world come to?”

Describing the incident on her Facebook page, Molina said the exchange left her “visibly shaken.”

“I hate to say the political climate is to blame for someone’s outrageous behavior, but I was visibly shaken today with this exchange,” Molina wrote, according to Newsweek. “I simply asked the woman if I could sit down next to her while I waited for the car to charge.

“I noticed she was attentively reading her papers and wanted to be respectful and not interrupt. I asked, ‘Would you mind if I sit next to you?’ Seems pretty simple. That is when things got crazy!!”

Molina said the lady was asked to leave the restaurant: “The manager of the store that kicked her out also walked me to my car for safety.

“I know that the scars of racism run deep in this great country I love. Being Puerto Rican, I am a proud American…and equally proud Puerto Rican. This lady was lucky my PR-ness didn’t come out!!

“I wish for a world for my children and my children’s children’s to never worry about this stuff…but then again, we are who we are.”

Molina told Newsweek she has not reported the incident to the police.

But she added: “It left me disappointed and scared that someone can feel so confident in their beliefs to share despite me videotaping the conversation.”

Molina also said this is not the first time she has experienced racism.

“Occasionally, I have noticed minor unspoken gestures. I’ve seen people hold on to their purse a little tighter or lock their doors,” she told Newsweek.

Sad times in the land of the free, home of the brave. Deep, deep sigh.