train beat down*While many racists and conservatives cry about wanting to make America great again, others are here to remind them that this is NOT their grandparents’ civil rights movement.

In this day and age, many are learning the hard way that when you step to the wrong person spewing hate and racism, you’re likely to become a deserving victim of a beat down.

Commuters in Sacramento learned this to be true after witnessing a white teen get his a** whopped after continuously hurling racial slurs at an older Black man.

Then in Chicago, another passenger was completely laid out on the train platform after his racist rant violated the spirit of someone who was not having it.

Most recently, a white male on the Metro Blue Line train in Long Beach learned what happens when you unleash a racial tirade at a time when race relations are tense across the nation. The video below captured the reaction of a Black woman who issued a severe beat-down to the man who repeatedly called her the n-word.

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An eyewitness, who asked not be identified, said the confrontation happened after the intoxicated male said several racist slurs to people on the train, including the woman. After the man called the woman racial slurs, she began hitting him.

In the video below, she can be seen kicking the man in the face, causing him to fall between two seats on the train where he remained motionless. Then she jumps on top of one of the seats and begins to stomp the racist white male repeatedly, and no one attempted to stop her. Perhaps the spectators also believed her deserved the beat down.

“Don’t kill him,” an eyewitness was heard saying multiple times to the woman as she beat the man senseless while he remained motionless on the ground. The woman eventually stepped over him and walked away.

The man remained on the ground in obvious pain, and the eyewitness told ABC7 that eventually someone initiated the emergency stop and the train operator was notified.

Both the man and woman exited the train before police could arrive. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Transit Bureau, no one filed a report about the incident and but detectives are aggressively investigating the incident.

Check out video of the incident below.