The conversation with the woman and his off camera remarks can be seen in this clip. It’s about five minutes long with Brown’s gaffe coming around the 4:50 mark. If you’re at all a student ofinsincerity, I encourage you to watch the whole thing. It’s too rich.
If you want a recap of the overall story including the lady’s reaction when she heard Brown called her a bigot and Brown scrambling to recover from sticking his foot in his mouth, Jon Stewart had a very funny segment about it on The Daily Show:
- Body language that screams I can’t wait to get out of here.
- Not listening to what the woman was saying. Telling her why she was wrong and immediately launching into his campaign talking points.
- Patronizing her by telling her what a good person she was (before he called her bigoted later) when he had just met her.
- Asking about her grandkids as he was leaving in transparent attempt to establish connection.
- Saying in a flat monotone, “Good to see you, good to see you” to the crowd as he was leaving when he was clearly not having a good time.
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