White woman goes on vile racist rant and threatens to draw her gun on two black sisters

In the seemingly endless stream of racism cropping up over the world, lo and behold there's another white person being disgustingly racist towards two black sisters.

Susan Westwood, who was drunk at the time, was filmed shouting racist abuse at her black neighbour and her sister as they were waiting in their shared car park.

The video, which was posted to Facebook on Friday, shows Susan Westwood approaching the two women Chele and Leisa calling them 'b***h' and can be heard asking 'Is your baby daddy here?'

The 51-year-old from Charlotte, North Carolina was heard shouting 'I'm white and I'm hot' and also threatened to draw a gun on the pair. Further to this she was bragging about her '$125,000-a-year job'.

She is now facing criminal charges and her employer, Spectrum, confirmed that her contract has now been terminated.

Chele Garris, one of the women being verbally attacked, posted a series of videos to Facebook:

The sisters were aggressively confronted for seemingly no reason, despite asking Westwood politely to leave them alone.

At one point one of them told her: 'You are harassing us.'

Westwood, seemingly ignoring them, continues to berate them and asks repeatedly 'Do you live here'.

One of the women is heard in the video calling 911 and saying: 'The lady was pushing me in my face'.

Westwood brought her job and salary up, seemingly bragging about it as she asked the sisters how much they earn.

She was also heard telling the two to 'f**k off' while accusing them of not living in the area even after explaining to Westwood that they were waiting outside due to car trouble.

After the two women walk away and one of them calls 911 to report harassment, you can hear Westwood shouting after them:

Do I need to bring out my concealed weapon, too? This is North Carolina by the way'.

One sister speaking to WCCB said:

It’s so upsetting to know that today we have overt racism still going on in 2018

Spectrum, Westwood’s former employer, provided a statement about her employment:

The incident recorded in Charlotte is a blatant violation of Charter’s code of conduct and clearly disregards the company’s commitment to inclusion and respectful behavior. 

As such, Ms Westwood’s employment with the company has been terminated, effective immediately.

You can watch the video here, be warned there is some strong language.

Susan Westwood is now facing criminal charges

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