*Here we go again. It’s another politician who thinks he can just call his colleagues “ni*gers” and get away with it. He’s refusing to resign. And he’s Hispanic.
In a Brownsville, Texas city hall meeting on Tuesday, Cesar De Leon, the city commissioner at large, faced the music and apologized for his insensitive comments. And the kicker is (and you’ve heard it before from racists) he said that he neither condones or practices racism.
“I made a terrible mistake, but please believe, I still stand against injustice, unfair, and unlawful treatment of any American regardless of race, religion, age or social standing,” De Leon said in remarks posted on YouTube. “I will not stop honoring my commitment to the people of Brownsville, nor will I back down in my fight for our great community.”
De Leon was straight up busted because a recording of him using the n-word as well as the f-word as he was describing two prosecutors was posted on social media but has been taken down.
“There are a couple of f***ing n***ers that Luis Saenz is getting, and I don’t know where he is getting them from. They are coming down to my f***ing city and now they are trying to f***ing put everybody in jail because they think we are a bunch of Mexicans that hit our wives,” De Leon said.
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