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A young woman's racially-charged comments at a vigil for Orlando victims organized by University of Missouri students angered some people who came to pay their respects, including a gay couple.

"I was really nervous to get up here because there's a lot of white people in the crowd," the woman began. "And that wasn't a joke. I wish this many people came out to our racial demonstrations and our Black Lives Matter movement."

She continued to make comments directed at white attendees, before bemoaning "the black and white dichotomy."

“As much as it’s awesome that so many of you are here today, it’s like, who are you really here for?” she asked.

A woman shouted back, "We're here for everybody," drawing some applause.

Carl Brizendine, who was there with his husband Daniel, then spoke up: "We are here to be uniting, not dividing, which is what you are doing now."

Another woman then took the microphone and started shouting in defense of the previous speaker, while the men booed and stormed out.

"Right here on this stage, they are segregating us as a community,” Carl said to The College Fix. "They are making it a racial issue."


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