This week, shocking footage of a woman telling Black Lives Matter protestors that she will "teach her grandchildren to hate them" and expressing her support for the KKK went viral, leaving people completely and utterly horrified.

And now, following on from the backlash, the woman has finally responded...

All across the country, people are coming together to stand up against racism.

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Ever since George Floyd, an unarmed and defenseless black man, died while being held in a police restraint, our country has experienced a wave of anger like never before.

The Black Lives Matter movement is more prominent than ever...

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And millions of people have been marching for the racism and injustice in this country to come to an end once and for all.

However, not everyone has been so supportive of the movement.

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While the majority of American's have been in favor of the protests, there is a small minority who have been speaking out against them.

Mostly, these people are coming from far-right groups...

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So most of us aren't too shocked.

These individuals have been going by the phrase, "White Lives Matter."

They have tried to argue that this promotes equality, but this most certainly isn't the case.

White Lives Matter is basically being used to criticize BLM...

And the people behind it like to argue that everyone has it just as hard as black people do.

And predictably...

The majority of people who have been preaching "All Lives Matter" are failing to see the horrendous problem that we have with racism.

White Lives Matter protests and rallies have been happening here in America and in the U.K...

And it is truly a disgrace to humankind to see this kind of ignorance being blasted so confidently.

Well, one American woman has made headlines recently...

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And the reason why is utterly disgusting.

It all happened in Branson, Missouri on Sunday...

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A clip of a woman sitting in the parking lot of Dixie Outfitters was shared online by rapper Ice T on Monday, who wrote, "Racist of the Day."

More than 100 people took to the sidewalks and parking lot in front of Dixie Outfitters in Branson on Sunday evening...

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More than sixty-five were there to show support for the BLM movement and to protest the store, whilst nearly fifty people came to support the store and the Confederate flag.

She was sitting on the tailgate of a truck with a Confederate flag attached...

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And she was wearing a camouflage Make America Great Again cap. You really can't make these things up.

The woman was quickly identified as Kathy Jenkins...

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And it didn't take Jenkins long to get into a heated argument with a BLM protestor. "Suck on this" she shouted as she shrouded herself with a Confederate flag.

And things got even worse...

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"I will teach them to f****** hate all of you people. I will teach my grandkids to hate you all," she yelled at the protestors.

When one demonstrator replied with, "Hating is not a way to live"...

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She pumped her fist and declared, "KKK belief!"

After being viewed more than twelve million times on Twitter...

People were naturally very angry.

Many people noticed that the police surrounding Jenkins did nothing to stop her racial slurs...

And let's face it - if she was a black woman, this would be a completely different story.

When is our country going to open its eyes to the racism that is going on?

And when will people like Kathy Jenkins be properly dealt with for their violent and discriminative intentions? You can watch the full video above.

Well, it was reported that Jenkins lost her job as a result of the video...

And she has since fled Branson.

And, following on from the enormous backlash, Jenkins has now spoken out...

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And she apparently fully regrets her actions.

The woman insists that she "blacked out" during the protest...

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And claimed that she doesn't remember what she said to the BLM protestors.

She then apologized for her actions.

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“I’m so, so sorry," she said to Ozarks First. “I mean, if it would help for me to stand with Black Lives Matter, I absolutely would do that." But that isn't all...

She also stressed that she doesn't support the KKK.

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“I wasn’t saying I’m KKK or for the KKK. I was mocking them because I don’t like being called a racist."

And she apparently didn't understand the true meaning behind the confederate flag.

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"I didn’t understand that the Confederate flag meant hate. I don’t understand the whole history of the Confederate flag, but I’m learning."

But, as expected, people aren't too convinced by her apology.

Many believe that Jenkins' apology isn't genuine and that she was only saying sorry because she was exposed. What do you think?

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