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Elected Officials File Complaint Against Man in Anti-Immigrant Rant

18 May, 2018, 09:32 | Author: Lucille Rivera
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Schlossberg, who allegedly accused Spanish-speakers of having "the balls to come here and live off my money", reportedly gave $500 to Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

The lawyer's brief rant, which was captured on video, prompted two elected officials to send a letter to the disciplinary committee on Thursday. According to CNBC, the lawyer's rant has cost his business in ratings on Yelp and has also seen people poke fun at him online.

PIX11 News uploaded a video to Youtube Thursday of Schlossberg entering a Queens courtroom.

Shaun King posted a video on Instagram on Thursday of Schlossberg verbally assaulting a gentleman in October 2016 who he accused of not being a citizen of the USA calling him "an ugly f*cking foreigner". While he seems to hate the idea of people speaking Spanish in the United States, he ironically lists that he can speak Spanish and can do a consultation in the language. "Your staff is speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English", Aaron yelled.

"My guess is they're not documented", Schlossberg said to one employee.

Reporters from the New York Post and others have been trying to get more comments from Schlossberg, but he has thus far refused.

The New York Daily News reported on Thursday that security personnel barred Schlossberg from his Midtown offices with a guard inside the building telling the publication, "If he comes here, we're going to kick him out".

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The Washington Post and the New York Times did not name the man after being unable to contact him for comment.

In one, filmed in May 2017, shows Mr Schlossberg with other Trump supporters swearing at a group of ultra-Orthodox Jews who opposed the state of Israel.

On his website profile, Schlossberg touts his "skilled representation in commercial and insurance law that is backed by extensive experience with both litigation and pre-litigation dispute resolution".

A restaurant worker tries to explain to customer, who delivered a strongly-worded tirade over workers speaking Spanish. During the confrontation with the ultra-Orthodox protesters, he bragged about having traveled to Israel twice.

"His actions are just not consistent with our community and rules and regulations", the company's president, Hayim Grant, told the Post.

After the shocking footage went viral, even New York City's mayor Bill deBlasio weighed in on the racist drivel. The city's Commission on Human Rights can investigate potential violations and levy fines. Once she and her friend placed their order in the language, she said he flipped out on the workers.

"He immediately. starts yelling mostly racist and xenophobic stuff", Morris said.



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