A woman was caught on video (below) calling young children the N-word, then saying freedom of speech gave her the right to do so.
Raquel Bolton posted a clip of the confrontation on her Facebook, and explained the situation leading up to when the camera started rolling, Chicagoist reported.
“While at the beach #oakstreetbeach this lady called us the N Word three times in front of my children all because they splashed water on her,” she wrote.
“I asked her to stop yelling at the kids and said I'll call the police," Bolton continued. "She walked in my face twice yes I could've reacted but I didn't. Yes I thought this lady was going to spit or put hands on me first because that's how angry she was....here's her response.”
In the clip, the woman is heard saying the N-word just as the camera begins rolling.
“Of course you haven't graduated and you don't know the Constitution of the United States and what it says,” the woman says.
“Of what? That you could just walk around calling somebody [the N-word]?” Bolton says in response.
“Yes, it's called free speech in America,” the woman says. “Right to free speech. Look it up."
The video was removed after it was originally posted due to an alleged violation of Facebook standards, though it was later reposted and quickly garnered over 500,000 views and more than 13,000 shares.
Watch the disturbing confrontation below.
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