Many of them are small businesses that were already struggling due to the pandemic.
"For some reason, people who speak English just won't go work there," Crenshaw said.
The program he was part of has been called a "threat to national security."
He asked the girls to call him "daddy."
“I have seen officers around the country enforcing tyrannical orders," he said in the video.
Salads gained a massive following on social media for videos running pranks on unsuspecting strangers.
"My message to them other than ‘thanks a f-cking lot’ is go vegan," Adams concluded.
Voters apparently aren't as wishy-washy on #MeToo as female politicians.
Hateful speech is still protected under the First Amendment.
The artists previously took aim at HBO stars Bill Maher and John Oliver, as well as CNN.
The amount of "refugees" coming may be "completely unprecedented," to the point where they can't even estimate a number.