A white man was caught on video last week verbally attacking a Houston woman as she drove to a local polling station, telling her that President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse panel approves 0.5B defense policy bill House panel votes against curtailing Insurrection Act powers after heated debate House panel votes to constrain Afghan drawdown, ask for assessment on 'incentives' to attack US troops MORE was going to deport "your illegal cousins today." 

Janet Sabriu, who is a U.S. citizen originally from Mexico, recorded video of the man going on a racist tirade last Thursday, according to The Houston Chronicle.

The video shows the man pulling up in a car next to Sabriu and telling her to "learn English" while repeatedly insulting her. 


"You’re driving in two lanes you stupid bitch," the man says in a video Sabriu posted to Facebook. "That’s not how we drive in America. Trump’s deporting your illegal cousins today, bitch."

Sabriu responds by asking if the man has voted in this year's midterm elections. The man replies by asserting that America is his country and that she needs to "get out."

Sabriu later rotates the camera to show that her young daughter is in the back seat of the car with her. 

Sabriu told KHOU 11, a local CBS affiliate, that she recorded the encounter because it reminded her of an event in which her friend's son was the target of racist attack at a restaurant. 

“It’s not OK, racists,” Sabriu said. “It’s not OK, bullying. We have to stop all of this hate and the only way is respecting everybody, every human being.”

She added that the best way to "stop all this hate" is by "exposing" the perpetrators of such acts. 

"I think the majority [are] good people that don’t want this to continue,” she said. 

The CBS affiliate notes that Sabriu, who voted early Thursday afternoon, has filed a police report.

On Saturday, ABC 13 reported that a man identifying himself as "Kevin" apologized for his rant against Sabriu. 

"All I want to say to her is 'Miss, I'm so sorry, I hope you can understand more and I wish you nothing more than love and happiness for your family,'" said Kevin, who reportedly requested he go by just a first name because of death threats he's received, according to ABC.