The latest public apology of a gay Trump supporter shouting hateful things and getting caught on camera comes from Charles Geier of Houston who became virally infamous last week when his road rage turned racist.
Geier, 58, despite what was seen on camera says he is "not a racist" in an interview with ABC 13. He also asked that the news station refer to him as "Kevin" to hide his identity even though his real name has been widely reported.
"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.
The "Miss" he is referring to is Janet Sadriu who was verbally attacked by Geier through his open car window after she made her way back from early voting. Her two-year-old was in the back seat.
“You’re driving in two lanes, you stupid b*tch!” Geier screams in the video. “That’s not how we drive in America. Trump’s deporting your stupid cousins today, b*tch!”
Geier says he suffers from a mental illness.
"I reacted in a poor manner, I said things that were offensive that I shouldn't have said, but what I want people to know is that I suffer from bi-polar disorder. It's very real, it's not a joke, it's not an excuse."
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo re-tweeted the video and wrote the "Department is aware of this incident and investigators have been assigned to determine what, if any, crime was committed. Regardless of our finding, the behavior exhibited is abhorrent."