Man goes on racist rant at NYC eatery

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Edward Suazo posted the video and described the situation in a Facebook post, detailing that his wife and her best friend were buying lunch, started speaking Spanish to the waiter when the man went off.

If he was so offended because the waiter was speak in Spanish only because of a native person spoke to him in Spanish, why don't he start waitering and he won't have that issue and family stop getting Spanish nannies and stop getting Spanish people to farm and. The rally was held to oppose a speech by the Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour and to support far-right counter-speakers, who included Islamophobic activist Pamela Geller and commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, best known for appearing to condone pedophilia and coining phrases like "feminism is cancer". The man then walked out. "I put my camera down and said, 'You wanna call ICE, call ICE".

It happened at a Midtown Manhattan shop called Fresh Kitchen, according to NBC New York. At that point she chose to call police.

Management eventually asked the man to leave because was he "causing the trouble, screaming at people", as one witness told Gothamist.

Last year, Thomas D. Homan, the acting director ICE, warned anyone living in the country illegally that they were deportable: "You should look over your shoulder", he said. 'I will get each of them will be kicked out of my country. "He was completely off hinge".

The video went viral on Facebook after Edward Suazo posted it Tuesday. "The internet is going to have a field day".

"New York City's diversity is our strength. Do you feel big now?" Wednesday night the bar said, "He is not a current member of our voluntary association".

But this is actually the most terrifying aspect of this video - ICE is so bereft of oversight under this regime of knuckledraggers, that it's entirely likely that some DHS brown shirts would descend on Fresh Kitchen and detain the whole salad department for three weeks before figuring out they're all third generation Brooklynites.

Because we've not independently confirmed the identity of the man at this point, we're not naming him yet, but we're ready to assume he's a lawyer anyway just based on his smugly belligerent attitude.