The resolution did not reference Trump by name or the presidency, yet it passed on a largely party-line vote — with 164 Republicans voting against it.
“After that, I got many racist voicemails saying the very things we collectively condemned,” Meng wrote in her Sept. 25 tweet.
Intercut between the racist voicemails are clips of Trump using some of the same terminology at previous press conferences and rallies.
At a June 20 rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Trump called it “kung flu.” He said the same thing during a March 18 press conference at the White House, and at another public event on June 23.
The full Meng video is shown below (WARNING: Very graphic and racist language, viewer discretion strongly advised).