Tuscon, Arizona immigration protesters got owned by a Native American man today — no immigration lawyers needed. The rally against illegal immigration from Central and South America is one of many being held across the country as Republican and Democratic congressmen come together in immigration reform.
The man, pushing a baby in a stroller, saw the crowd of protesters and snapped.
You’re all f***ing illegal. You’re all illegal, the man yelled at the crowd. We didn’t invite none of you here. We’re the only native Americans here.
His tirade continued as he called out the hypocrisy of the people in the crowd.
Get on with your bogus arguments. We’re the only legal ones here, he said angrily.
One of the protesters was carrying a small American flag and a sign supporting a ban on illegal immigration and he caught the brunt of the man’s anger:
We should have put that sign up when you [SOBs] came, the Native American man yelled at him.
He pointed to the (Caucasian) man and said that the flag represents blood spilled by Native Americans, protecting this land from the invaders.
He was in no hurry to stop.
You don’t want to hear the G-ddamn truth!? he continued. Get on, b**ch! […] That’s what [the American] flag stands for: all the Native Americans you killed to plant your houses here, he said. That’s the truth.
Immigration drama in Arizona is not new. In 2010, Arizona passed the controversial “Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act. The act became notorious because of its strict measures. Parts of the law were struck down by the Supreme Court in 2012, but some portions of it were upheld.
I only have one thing to say: RESPECT.
See the gentleman express his opinions here (NOTE: adult language):