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‘This is my town’: Hispanic ACLU official mocks white people at meeting, tells them they ‘have 5 years left’

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While discussing the possibility of making Rialto, California a sanctuary city last week, an official of the American Civil Liberties Union mocked the whites attending the meeting, telling them they are now the minority race.

Luis Nolasco, an ACLU community engagement and policy advocate, added that “This is my town,” The Daily Caller reported.

Nolasco began with the claim that “the Constitution doesn’t discriminate against people who don’t have an immigration status.”

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“Yes it does,” someone can be heard saying in the background.

“The people in this room are not representative of Rialto. Sorry to break it, but growing up here white people were the minority,” he told the attendees.

“The reality is that black and Latinos are the majority of the city, and that is representative of the city, and that’s going to continue to be the case for future generations,” Nolasco added.

“It’s kind of mean for me to say it but these people have probably like five years left,” Nolasco said while gesturing to the whites, some elderly, at the meeting.

The ACLU official referred to Latinos and blacks as “the future,” adding that “we don’t want to see an America that is hateful.”

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The ACLU of Southern California released a statement to The Daily Caller that although it supports Nolasco’s right to speak freely, his comments are inconsistent with the ACLU policy.

Everyone in America has a Constitutional right to free speech, and the employees of the ACLU of Southern California are no exception. However, we wish to make clear that Luis Nolasco was not speaking on behalf of the ACLU at the Rialto City Council meeting and his statements are not consistent with our stated policy. Nevertheless, we support his right to freely express his personal opinion to his elected representatives.”


Folks on social media were appalled by Nolasco’s remarks.

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The meeting took place one week before the date America sets aside to honor Martin Luther King Jr., who envisioned a world where people are judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin.

Nolasco is evidently not a follower of the late civil rights leader.


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