LA City Council Members Racist Rant on Redistricting
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LA City Council members Nury Martinez, Gil Cedillo, Kevin De Leon and LA Federation of Labor President Ron Herrera embark on a racist rant while planning redistricting. They slur Black people, indigenous Americans, the Armenian community, advocate for child abuse, and plot to appoint Heather Hutt as a member of the council without an election.
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