Man Who Hung Mexican Flag From Trump Hotel Building in Vancouver Explains Why He Did It

April 5, 2016 - photo frame

A construction workman hung a Mexican dwindle during a tip of a Trump International Hotel in Vancouver, Canada Saturday.

Diego Saul Reyna posted a print of himself to Facebook, along with a summary explaining his thoughts on Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump and his due immigration policies.

Image around Facebook / Diego Saul Reyna

Image around Facebook / Diego Saul Reyna

In his post, Reyna, a steel support worker, explained a symbolism of his action. He pronounced he hung a dwindle “because from a petrify pouring, finishing, drywall, taping, timber combining and ubiquitous labor, Mexicans were there, building it, doing good work.”

“The comments Trump has finished about us, did not stop us from doing a high peculiarity work we have always done, in a home nation or when we quit to a US/Canada,” he continued.

WHY DID we PUT A MEXICAN FLAG ON THE ROOF TOP OF TRUMP TOWER VANCOUVER, ??????Because from a petrify pouring,…

Posted by Diego Saul Reyna on Saturday, Apr 2, 2016

According to ABC News, a dwindle has given been removed, though Reyna’s print has perceived thousands of shares.

“I put a Mexican dwindle on a roof of a Trump Tower in Vancouver, only to uncover that he is benefiting from us and that we are operative tough on his projects and that we are not all criminals,” Reyna told a Canadian Broadcasting Company Sunday.

In his post Reyna wrote that “while operative on your building Mexicans didn’t take anything nor raped anyone, we only did a best work we could presumably do, for … ourselves, a families and a destiny tenants in your building.”

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