'This is America': Man who ranted against Spanish speakers gets internet-shamed

'This is America': Man who ranted against Spanish speakers gets internet-shamed

'This is America': Man who ranted against Spanish speakers gets internet-shamed

Nor is there any report of public discipline against him on file with the association, records show.

The man's rant at an eatery in Midtown appeared online on Tuesday and has since gone viral. Schlossberg isn't answering them. Actually, there's a whole part of America that only speaks Spanish, and a lot of those people live in NY now.

In the video, Schlossberg is seen complaining to an employee that he had heard several staff members and customers speaking Spanish. It's America... So I will be following up, and my guess is, they're not documented. So my next call is to ICE to have each one of them kicked out of my country,"he said in the insane rant". It was not clear when the incident took place.

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Schlossberg was also caught on video in 2016 berating a man in NY, which he called an "ugly [expletive] foreigner". He tried to hide his face with an umbrella and even called someone - we assume it was the police because you know how folks like Aaron and BBQ Becky love the cops - saying, "Please send help!"

A video posted to social media in 2016 shows Schlossberg berating a complete stranger, who he dubbed an "ugly f***ing foreigner", on the sidewalk. And on Thursday morning, activist Shaun King posted an unedited video of Schlossberg assaulting and calling Willie Morris, a white man from MA, "an ugly fucking foreigner" on the sidewalk of Fifth Avenue.

Saul also said there were Haredi Jews - ultra-Orthodox Jews who, in some cases, are stringently opposed to Zionism and the State of Israel - counterprotesting in support of Sarsour's speech.

A man named Mark Goldberg started a GoFundMe campaign on Wednesday, with a goal of raising $500 to send a mariachi band to cheer up the staff and attorneys at Schlossberg's law office "after a hard day". He apparently also speaks four languages including French, Hebrew, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish, as written in his LinkedIn profile. During the confrontation with the ultra-Orthodox protesters, he bragged about having traveled to Israel twice.

"We terminated his service agreement with us", Hayim Grant, the president of Corporate Suites, which operates the business center, told ABC News. In an update, it wrote that a local New York City mariachi band agreed to perform for free, and that donations were no longer needed. The city's Commission on Human Rights can investigate potential violations and levy fines. The victim, identified as Willie Morris, a tech industry worker, said he was walking on the street when a "lunatic" had "assaulted" him.

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