A lawmaker from Arizona known for his earlier racist remarks reminds everyone that he is still a racist.
Republican Deputy House Representative David Stringer was captured, calling non-English-speaking students a "burden" People "do not mingle" and complain about a supposed "white flight" in various parts of the country.
The audio obtained from the Phoenix New Times was written by Stringer, who spoke to Arizona State University students after a lecture. After telling a student that "diversity in our country is relatively new," Stephen Chmura of ASU challenged Stephen Strmai, saying there was early immigration from countries like Ireland and Italy.
"They were all Europeans," Stringer replied in tone. "After their second or third generation, everyone looks the same. Everyone talks the same way. This is not the case with African Americans and other racial groups because they do not merge. They do not fit in They always look different.
When asked if this was important, Stringer squeezed and squeezed: Maybe it's not "but that," it seems to matter to many people. "He did not respond to a request from HuffPost.
Those remarks should not come as a surprise to those who followed Stringer's earlier comments." In June, Stringer made headlines after speaking at a Republican men's forum event in the he said that immigration poses an "existential threat" to the country.
"Sixty percent of the school children in the state of Arizona today are minorities," Stringer told the crowd. "This complicates racial integration because there are not enough white children . "
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey (R) called Stringer to resign after his June comments.
" I do not think there is room for this type of commentary on the public square he basically disqualified himself to run on a state level, "Ducey said at the time.
Instead, Stringer was re-elected to office earlier this month.
Read the entire article in the Phoenix New Times.