A Virginia mother recorded herself confronting a group of white-robed KKK members who were reportedly demonstrating outside the Hanover County courthouse.

The mother of three, identified by local news outlet NBC 12 WWBT as Shannon Spiggle, can be seen in the video yelling at the group as they demonstrated on Saturday.

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“You’re a disgrace to this country! Go home! Get out of my county!” Spiggle yells. No one can be heard responding.

The video, which was streamed by Spiggle on Facebook Live and uploaded to YouTube, shows about a dozen members of a KKK group standing near the courthouse holding posters with at least one person waving a Confederate flag.

“Where it is their right to demonstrate, they have to deal with the consequences that they’re not welcome, not in my county, not where my children are growing up,” Spiggle, who identifies as Jewish, told NBC News.

The Hanover County Sheriff’s Office told the news outlet that deputies were aware of the demonstration and that it took place without incident.

Spiggle said it was important that the group, reportedly hailing from North Carolina, knew it was not welcome in her town.

“I wanted them to know my presence. I wanted everyone to see that they were here ... that you cant ignore it. You can’t look away,” she said.