ACLU Official Mocks Elderly White People, Tells Them They Have ‘Five Years Left’
An official for the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California mocked elderly white people at a city council meeting last week, telling them they had “five years left.”
Rialto, California, held a regularly scheduled city council meeting last Tuesday after a city councilman apologized for planning an event to discuss the possibility of Rialto becoming a “sanctuary city.”
Luis Nolasco, a community engagement and policy advocate for the ACLU of Southern California, stood up to speak at the city council meeting and attacked many of the white people present, saying they are not actual residents of Rialto.
Nolasco said, “This is my town.”
He said that the important part of the sanctuary city discussion is “who are the people we are talking about.”
The ACLU official said that “the people in this room are not representative of Rialto. Sorry to break it, but growing up here white people were the minority.”
“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, 26, added.
The city of Rialto is 72.4 percent Latino, according to a 2015 Census estimate.
The headline is a misnomer. If not something of a deception. The proximate causation of his enmity isn’t that he is an ACLU official, it’s that he is a Latino.
Also notice the part where he brings up this bit that “blacks and Latinos are the majority of the city,” yet we find out that Latinos by themselves are 72.4% of the city. All that’s about is a cute attempt to goose rhetoric deceptively to try to get blacks to join the Latino side against whites. Because as we all know, in southern California, Latinos really love blacks.