San Diego County Starbucks customer refusing to wear mask launches tirade against barista - Video

A woman went on a tirade inside a San Diego County Starbucks after she was asked by a barista to wear a face mask.
SANTEE, Calif. (KABC) -- A woman went on a tirade inside a San Diego County Starbucks after she was asked by a barista to wear a face mask.

Video captured over the weekend by a witness in Santee shows the customer with a mask down to her chin accusing the barista of discriminating against her because she is a "Trump supporter."

"F--- Black Lives Matter," the customer then says to the Black barista.

"I don't have to wear a mask. I'm not going to wear a mask. This is America, and I don't have to do what you say. Trump 2020," the customer yells as she leaves the store with her order.

The barista kept her cool as the customer launched the anti-mask and anti-Black Lives Matter tirade.

Witnesses say the customer was wearing a "Trump 2020" mask and pulled it off her face to ask a question. The barista asked the customer to keep her mask on, sparking the verbal assault.

Video was posted to social media and has been viewed more than 2 million times.

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