A video from nearly two decades ago shows that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

Conservatives have watched with a mix of horror, rage, and sadness over the past couple of decades as the progressive agenda has made steady gains in the “fundamental transformation” of America.

One manner in which America is being transformed is through mass illegal immigration, as evidenced by President Barack Obama’s amnesty and failure to enforce immigration laws, which has the potential to greatly skew the political makeup of the country in the future.

Those same conservatives will often talk about “taking the country back” from progressive ideology and returning it to the constitutional base from which it has drifted, but now saying such things can be considered racist.

But this is really nothing new, and video, showing a Hispanic reporter for Univision interviewing pro-America protesters demonstrating against illegal immigration in Los Angeles in 1996 proves it.

One of the demonstrators, a white man, had just been attacked and bloodied by pro-immigrant protestors when the reporter shoved her microphone in his face, asking him if he is racist toward the men who just attacked him and if he liked latino people.

The question was immediately flipped right back on the reporter, with the man responding that he wasn’t a racist.

“Why is it that people who stand up for America, and who want to protect our own borders, why are we always backed up with the racist thing?” he asked the reporter.

He then points to the black man standing next to him, asking how he could be racist when he considered that man his brother.

That’s when the black man, the Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, interjected himself into the interview, asking the reporter herself if she was in fact a racist, to which she replied no.

“That’s a dumb question to ask,” he said, continuing, “You are only asking that question to use it on your program to make him look like a racist. Why don’t you ask me if I’m racist? Because I’m black, right?”

Peterson added, “I love America too, and I think these illegal aliens need to be shipped back to their countries, so why is that racist? You’re a racist for asking him that question.”

The two men went on to explain to her that she herself was here in America, taking advantage of all the great things America has to offer, yet was accusing them of being racist.

They said she should be ashamed of herself for such blatantly racist stereotyping as assuming that a white man was racist against latino people.

Race baiters always want to have a conversation about race, but they never want to hear the other side of the story. They constantly talk about how the nation needs to heal from its racist wounds, yet continuously rip off the bandage and pick at the scab.

This clip just goes to show that, even though our nation has advanced in many remarkable ways over the past 20 years, the liberal mindset that sees racism everywhere sadly remains unchanged.

Please share this on Facebook and Twitter if you are glad these two men stood up to the race-baiting Univision reporter and flipped her stereotypical questions right back on her, rendering her speechless.

What do you think? Scroll down to comment below!Race baiters always want to have a conversation about race, but they never want to hear the other side of the story. They constantly talk about how the nation needs to heal from its racist wounds, yet continuously rip off the bandage and pick at the scab.

This clip just goes to show that, even though our nation has advanced in many remarkable ways over the past 20 years, the liberal mindset that sees racism everywhere sadly remains unchanged.

Please share this on Facebook and Twitter if you are glad these two men stood up to the race-baiting Univision reporter and flipped her stereotypical questions right back on her, rendering her speechless.

What do you think? Scroll down to comment below!

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