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NORTH CAROLINA (KGTV) -- A North Carolina woman's Facebook video showing her daring confrontation with a neighbor who hung a large Nazi flag over his front porch is stirring strong reaction Monday.
Page Braswell posted the video Sunday night following a violent weekend of demonstrations in Charlottesville, Va. where neo-Nazi groups clashed with counterprotesters. The contentious white nationalist rally culminated in a deadly car rampage that left a woman dead and several others injured.
Braswell's video shows her driving up to a home on Forestway Drive in Mount Holly where she spots the flag and a truck displaying a "Trump" sticker.
She asks a man walking down the driveway, "Hey! What's up with the Nazi flag?"
The man, who identifies himself as Joe Love, lashes back, "What's it to you? Do you make the payments on this f***ing house?"
Love goes on to berate the woman and asks again, "What's it to you?"
"Because this is America, not Nazi Germany," she replies.
He says he’s not a Nazi but “this is Nazi f***ing America.”
The recorded confrontation lasts about two minutes and ends with her safely driving away from the man's home. In her post, she claims that the homeowner, whom she says also owns an auto body shop, kicked her car as she was pulling away.
Her encounter is drawing both praise and concern by her Facebook followers. Some people commented that the confrontation could have taken a much more dangerous turn for the worse.
"You literally put your life in danger there," said one follower.
"Good on you for confronting him, though I'd advise against trespassing on private property, for obvious reasons. I'm not suggesting you take my advice or ignore it, but that's the least I'd advise," another follower commented.
Since posting the clip on Facebook Sunday night, the video has garnered over 300K views and more than 5K shares.