A speaker at a white supremacy rally in Shelbyville, Tennessee had a difficult time spouting his rhetoric thanks to a group who gathered to protest made their voices known.  Well rather, the voice of Ritchie Valens known.

Hundreds  of supremacists were brandishing homemade toys like weapons and shields with various logos and slogans as their leader Michael Hill took the stage.  As he began to speak, a group of counter-protestors off to the side began BLASTING Ritchie Valens’ 1958 hit, “La Bamba,” and it completely drowned out whatever Hill was trying to say.

Angrily, Hill kept saying, “You can party all you want to, but we are just getting stared,” but luckily nobody could hear him because of the music!

Via Raw Story

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