The Daily Show Teaches Dallas Immigration Marchers How to Really Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
On Sunday, The Daily Show's Jessica Williams donned a novelty sombrero and festive pink dress and came to Dallas in search of an authentic Cinco de Mayo fiesta. What she found instead was a few thousand disappointingly sober people gathered downtown to march for immigration rights.
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Instead of drunken debauchery, she heard stories of immigrant mistreatment of immigrants. Her questions ("What's the craziest place you've ever boinked somebody?") were met with blank stares. She was disappointed to discover that the beer line was "actually for something called 'VOTAR.'"
"So 5,000 people chose to waste their Cinco de Mayo by marching for more humane immigration rights?" she asks. "Nuh uh. Not on my watch."
So, she takes some of the marchers to a bar where they find a more traditional Cinco de Mayo celebration filled with white people guzzling tequila and downing taquitos. It's wonderful.
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