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Racist Lawyer Runs Scared From Photographers Asking About His Bigoted Tirade

Yesterday, attorney Aaron M. Schlossberg gained internet infamy for his bigoted rant in a Manhattan restaurant when he threatened to call ICE after being triggered by an employee speaking Spanish:

Turns out, this wasn’t Schlossberg’s first crack at being angry and racist in public:

In fact, Schlossberg seems to have cameos in several videos where he makes vile, racist statements:

“You have no idea what you’re talking about,” Schlossberg yells at a counterprotester. “You should just say ‘Thank you for letting me in your motherf-cking country.’”

Here he is back in 2016 calling someone an “ugly f-cking foreigner,” he’s like the Forrest Gump of racism!

Suddenly, Schlossberg’s gotten camera shy, as evidenced by his cowardly reaction to New York Post photographers asking him to explain his bigoted views:

“Please send help,” Schlossberg can be heard pleading into his cellphone. “They’re claiming things that aren’t true … grabbing me, not letting me walk,” he continued.

“They won’t let me move. They’re surrounding me,” Schlossberg lied.

Schlossberg should probably be rattled by his new-found fame, it turns out it’s not great for business. Pranksters and activists (pranktivists?) unleashed a flood of negative reviews on his law firm and Google bombed his business:

Racism doesn’t pay, folks.