Based High School Students Shout “Where’s Your Passport?” at Puerto Rican Basketball Invaders

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
February 15, 2020

Why are these creatures allowed to come play basketball in our schools? Why are schools allowed to play basketball instead of White sports – like CS:GO?

Whenever you see a brown person doing anything (except packing their bags to leave America), there’s only one question you need to be asking:

“Where’s your passport?”

That’s the key question that no brown person wants to answer. Especially not Puerto Ricans.

The Puerto Rican is immunized against all dangers: one may call him a scoundrel, parasite, swindler, profiteer, it all runs off him like water off a raincoat. But ask him for his passport and you will be astonished at how he recoils, how injured he is, how he suddenly shrinks back: “I’ve been found out.”

Even high school students are getting hip to this fact.

The Hill:

A competitive high school basketball game in California hit a low point when a group of one team’s fans began chanting “Where’s your passport?” at the rival team, which has a roster that includes a player from France and three from Puerto Rico. (Residents of Puerto Rico are US citizens, so passports are just as unnecessary as they would be for residents of any state.)

Puerto Ricans don’t have their own passports? What’s this then?

But more importantly, if they don’t have passports, then why are they allowed in? Because they’re “technically” a US territory? Pretty weak argument, honestly.

The two Santa Maria high schools, St. Joseph, a private school, and Righetti, a public school, played each other on Tuesday evening at St. Joseph’s campus. It was a home victory, with St. Joseph ultimately winning 74-57, according to the Santa Maria Times.

No wonder these Puerto Ricans won the game – they have plenty of practice running around, avoiding immigration agents trying to deport them to their own country: Puerto Rico.

They certainly didn’t win because of any biological advantage.

Yes, the average height for Puerto Rican males is below 5 feet 5 inches – in other words, they’re all manlets.

No wonder they’re trying to hide their passports – they don’t want anyone seeing that pesky “height” line.

As players and coaches walked parallel to high-five each other, the Righetti student section in the gym erupted in a crowd chant of “where’s your passport?” at the top of their lungs.

St. Joseph Head Coach Tom Mott has reportedly recruited players from all over the world to play at the private school. This falls outside of California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) bylaws, which St. Joseph, a member school, must abide by.

With that context, the chant was quickly seen as derogatory, nationalistic and racist.

The principal of St. Joseph, Erinn Dougherty, rushed toward the Righetti students once the chanting began and confronted Righetti’s Assistant Principal Ted Lyon before being led away by a friend.

Mott told the Santa Maria Times on Wednesday that he did not think the chant was meant to be racist, although he understands how it can be interpreted as such.

“I honestly think they were unaware they said a racist thing,” Mott told reporters. “They did not intend for it to be racist.”

That’s where you’re wrong, retard – these high school students clearly knew exactly what they were doing: expressing their hatred for the color of the skin.

More importantly, they were protesting against “the man” importing cheap labor from Puerto Rico to steal all our jobs sports team positions.

How much are these Puerto Rican manlets even getting paid per game, huh? Probably less than minimum salary, I’d bet.

Bernie wouldn’t allow these basketball scabs to drive down the wages of our high school student athletes for the benefit of big business. Or, uh, “big education.”

High schoolers know what’s up with these Puerto Rican invaders.

He further clarified that he and the Righetti coach, Kevin Barbarick, remain on good terms and that upon reviewing the video, Mott sensed that “Barbarick did try to stop the students from chanting as he was coaching the final seconds of the game.”

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the governing body over St. Joseph, stated that they are “disappointed” at what occurred on Tuesday night and the school has a zero-tolerance policy toward “inappropriate statements made at any students.”

These Catholic priests need to pay less attention to policing what high school kids are saying, and more attention to the demonic invasion of America.

The upcoming release of DOOM: Eternal can only do so much to stem the demonic tide of degeneracy.

It seems that these days, the Catholic Church finds a way of being on the wrong side of every issue. I’ll bet they’ll be the first ones to welcome the incoming demon tide with open arms.

“Demons are also God’s children, and we should welcome them, lol.” -Pope Francis.

But yeah, I guess Catholic private schools importing brown children to compete in basketball games is a thing now.