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Crowd Erupts in Anger as Dad Blurts Out “Why Didn’t You Stay in Mexico?” To Mexican Complaining About USA

by | Feb 4, 2020 | Immigration, Politics, Racialism, Social Justice, Social-Issues

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It is extremely frustrating when people constantly harp on this country — which they are blessed to be a part of — by complaining about “racism.” As intersectionality gains more and more ground through our public systems, it is also becoming increasingly prevalent in the private sector. Businesses and even churches are embracing intersectionality as a means to the destruction of Western civilization and install a system of redistributive wealth.

Video of a “diversity and inclusion” meeting at one Michigan school has gone viral as it shows a father blurting out “why didn’t you stay in Mexico?” as a Mexican immigrant complains and lambasts the school over “racism.”

The crowd erupts in anger as the father is then forced to defend himself as they scold him and tell him to leave.

“I remember when I went into his [my son’s] bedroom to say goodnight and he was crying because of the abuse he has endured in this school system,” Adrian Iraola tells the crowd at the meeting.

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“Then why didn’t you stay in Mexico?” a father blurts out, drawing the ire and scorn of the other parents at the meeting.

One parent angrily scorns the father with her finger pointed at the father screeching “That’s indicative of what our kids are experiencing. That’s indicative of what our kids are experiencing, comments like that. He’s sharing a story right now, and that’s indicative of what our kids are experiencing.”

The only problem is that they are all completely overlooking the fact that what this father said is absolutely true. It is highly unlikely that this kid actually experienced any form of racial abuse at this school. In fact, it is far more likely that he was told by some liberals that “white people are the devil” and developed some form of unfounded instinctual fear against them.

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