Walking disgrace Aaron Schlossberg unleashed his racist poison on the world recently, publicly whiplashing and threatening employees of a Manhattan eatery for speaking Spanish. Today, the world received an important reminder that karma is real, with Schlossberg suffering for his actions in every possible way. Professionally, personally, seriously, public opinion and it may cost him legally… it’s coming from all directions, it will continue and he deserves it.
A mariachi band has performed songs including “La Cucaracha” (the roach) during a protest in front of the apartment of racist lawyer Aaron Schlossberg, caught on video ranting against Spanish-speaking workers.
The band stood shoulder-to-shoulder facing the Upper West Side condo. They were joined by a group of close to 1,000 people who collectively sang along with the mariachis and sounded off against the hate filled lawyer. It was the ultimate act of trolling, and his neighbors did not seem to mind a bit.
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Today, Schlossberg’s life is in ruins:
- Chased down the street by the tabloids and he cowered under an umbrella to cover his face, while he dialed someone for help, his first words were; “help”! , a very different tone form his bravado hate filled video.
- Thousands of one-star reviews materialized on his Manhattan law firm’s Yelp page.
- His landlord terminated his lease and he was evicted from his office.
- He skipped out on a Friday court session with a client rather than face the media.
“I neither share nor condone (his) views. . . . I am an immigrant, many of my friends are immigrants and they are the hardest working, loyal and generous people that I know,” said attorney Catherine Lyster. “I want no further association with him or his views.”
Schlossberg remains persona non grata — barred from the premises since his xenophobic rants convinced management to end his tenancy.