Pro-Trump Lawyer Has Meltdown When Deli Worker Speaks Spanish in NYC

Racist lawyer loses his mind at employees speaking Spanish to each other. The internet takes him down

The video showing a white man berating staff at the Fresh Kitchen restaurant in Midtown Manhattan was posted to Facebook Tuesday and has been viewed almost 3.5 million times. I was born and raised here in New York.'" VIDEO: "7-Eleven customer's rant against immigrants escalates into violent attackThe angry customer then questioned the legality of the employees.

"You know where I'm getting!" In fact, there are more Spanish speakers in the U.S. than Spain.

Though the exact provenance of the word "Manhattan", which the man says during his rant, might be in dispute, it should be noted that it is derived from the Native American Algonquian languages, not English.

A customer at a NY restaurant tried to chew out employees after he heard them speaking Spanish.

In his Facebook post, Suazo said the video was taken by his wife and her best friend as they ordered lunch at the restaurant. "At first it was, wow, you're bullying someone that you feel superior to for no reason", the woman said.

"I wish I was there because clearly this peace (sic) of shit need someone to punch him in his mouth!" he continued.

As the man begins to walk out of the establishment, he addresses the employee, saying something about "the CEO" before threatening to call immigration agents to the restaurant. 'He got mad, waiting in line for his food. "He stormed out." Despite how infuriating the man's comments were, "He's a customer, so I had to stay professional and ask him to leave", the manager also said. "That's what I did".

Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted in response to the racist video: "The 8.6 million people who call the city home speak more than 200 languages".

After the video filmed on Tuesday went viral the man was widely named as Aaron M. Schlossberg, 42, a registered Republican who runs his own commercial law firm and boasts of being fluent in Spanish in his own work biography. Actually, there's a whole part of America that only speaks Spanish, and a lot of those people live in NY now.



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