A new video by The College Fix shows a gay couple being racially discriminated against at a vigil for the the Orlando terror victims at University of Missouri.
The sick clip begins with a woman addressing the crowd, “I was really nervous to get up here because there’s a lot of white people in the crowd. And that wasn’t a joke.”
“I wish this many people came out to our racial demonstrations and our Black Lives Matter movements,” she adds, getting 'amens' from the crowd.
Continuing with the anti-white rhetoric, “I thought I’d just take a moment to list out some facts that many of you don’t know because you’re white. As much as it’s awesome that so many of you are here today, it’s like, who are you really here for?”
Upset that Black Lives Matter had hijacked the vigil, the crowd retaliated, “We’re here for everybody!” someone shouted.
Carl Brizendine and his husband took an issue with how Black Lives Matter took over the event. “We are here to be uniting, not dividing, which is what you are doing now,” he shouted.
At that point they were chased off the stage by the radical racial activists.
“We’re all hurt, but I’m tired of our community… dividing every last thing into color and race,” Brizendine told College Fix.
“I expected a community to come together. Everyone,” his husband added. “Instead I got someone speaking on stage, talking about her culture and dividing the rest.”