02 09 11 - 15:16Multiculturalism has gone so far down the spiral of down that now, even formerly untouchably politically correct minority groups can be The Oppressor too:
"What he said was borderline hate speech and racially offensive," said Rev. Jarrett Maupin, who is organizing a boycott of Williams' stand-up act. His words could also create "violence and tension" in the community, he said.
Video of the rant, delivered during a performance at the Celebrity Theater Saturday night, was posted online. Williams singled out a man seated near the stage and asked him if he was Mexican.
"It appears to me y'all like it over here a lot," Williams then said.
He then launched into his tirade.
"Do you remember when white people used to say 'Go back to Africa,' and we'd have to tell them we don't want to? So if you love Mexico, (expletive), get the (expletive) over there!" Williams said to the man.
As the rant turned into a back-and-forth profanity-laced argument with the man, Williams exclaimed, "We were slaves, (expletive). You just work like that as landscapers."
Several times during the outburst, Williams sang parts of the U.S. national anthem and chanted "USA, USA, USA." - CNN
It's too bad they've revoked the race card for African-Americans; many of them were the best truth advocates out there, white people either busily avoiding any mention of race except vigorous exclamations of equality (if they had jobs) or screaming racist epithets at confused black Alzheimer's patients (if they did not have jobs).