‘NJ train Karen’ who was caught on video telling German tourists to ‘get the f*** out of our country’ is fired from her job

A New Jersey woman has been fired from her job after she was captured on video going on a xenophobic rant towards a group of German tourists who were riding a New York City-bound train, telling them to “get the f*** out of our country,” The New York Post reported. 

Brianna Pinnix, 30, who was employed as a talent acquisition specialist at Capital Rx, was apparently drunk as she berated the group. In a statement released this Wednesday, Capital Rx announced Pinnix’s firing.

“Our company has a zero-tolerance policy around prejudicial or discriminatory behavior. After conducting a review of the circumstances, we acted immediately and terminated the employee in question,” they said in a statement.

“The former employee’s actions and words are not representative of Capital Rx, and we offer our sincerest apology to those who were hurt.”

At one point during the incident, a male companion, presumably Pinnix’s boyfriend, begs her to stop and tells her he’ll never talk to her again if she doesn’t relent.

“Brie, Brie, do not do this, do not do this, you’re going to get arrested,” he pleaded while trying to hold her back.

“I can handle my own,” she replied.

“Brie, please stop this, please. Stop this, or I’m never going to talk to you again,” her boyfriend warned.

“I love you, but get off me,” she told him.

Watch the video below:

Sky Palma

Before launching DeadState back in 2012, Sky Palma has been blogging about politics, social issues and religion for over a decade. He lives in Los Angeles and also enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, chess, music and art.