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A crazy woman filmed herself confronting White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Sunday at an Apple Store in Washington DC.
"How does it feel to work for a fascist?" 33-year-old Indian-American Shree Chauhan said. "Have you helped with the Russia stuff? Are you a criminal as well? Have you committed treason too, just like the president?"
"We have a great country," Spicer said, brushing her off. "Such a great country that allows you to be here."
Spicer goes on to ignore her while she continues to whine and harass him.
A look at her past tweets shows she has a deep hatred for white people and believes all problems in the world are a result of "white supremacy":
Contrary to her claims, Indian-Americans are actually the highest earning ethnic group in America, earning over $101,000 a year. Their income trounces European-Americans by $26,000 a year.
Almost half of Indian-American households earn over $100,000 a year, making them one of the most privileged groups in America.
According to Chauhan's bio, she's working to brainwash children with her hate-filled views "across the nation":
Shree Chauhan is the Founder and CEO of Parents in Partnership, an education startup organization that empowers parents to lead positive changes in schools and communities. An education thought leader with almost a decade of experience, Shree began her career as a 6th-grade English teacher in Miami-Dade public schools where she collaborated directly with parents and families to improve the academic outcomes and lives of her students. Her time in the classroom guides Shree’s vision for Parents in Partnership, and her current advocacy and policy efforts.Even though European-Americans opened their borders to people from around the world, so-much so that they're becoming minorities in their own country, she despises them and openly celebrates their demographic decline.
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