What Would You Do: Latino men met with prejudice after placing order Video

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Hey, fellas, what can I get for you? English, please. In this country we speak English. Reporter: In any language, immigration is a hot-button issue. You need that wall to stop the wrong people. Reporter: We first explored people’s opinions on immigration back in 2009. We don’t speak Mexican here. Reporter: When this worker in New Jersey refused to serve our Latino day laborers — You don’t speak English? You don’t get served. Reporter: He found a few people on his side. Why don’t they just go to 7-11 or something? Reporter: But there were others who opposed him. You’re incredibly rude. I’m not coming back here again because you won’t help these guys. Reporter: Now, eight years later, we’re back inside a garden state bagel shop. I did this before, now we’re going to do it again, with two of the same actors serving and receiving the same bias. I don’t speak Mexican. Reporter: What will people do today? We’re building a wall to keep you out of the country. Go, get out of here. Reporter: What would you do? Our hidden cameras are rolling at wonder bagels in Jersey City, New Jersey. What are you saying? You’ve got to speak English. We don’t speak Mexican here. Reporter: This woman in line behind our actors is listening intently. Your money’s no good here. We don’t want your illegal alien money. They just want two coffees with milk. I know, but I don’t want to support them coming into the country, taking jobs from Americans. But you don’t know if they’re illegals. They can be here and just not speak English well. I don’t think so. Let me see your green card then. Papers. See what I mean? Come around them. Please, ma’am. Let’s take care of the hard-working American people. Can I order two coffees with milk? Will you serve me two coffees with milk? So you don’t care. It’s not that I don’t care. It’s just you don’t know what their situation is. They just want coffee. Reporter: Hi there. Shut up. Reporter: You were great. Before I came here I was watching your show this morning. Reporter: Why does it matter? With the current administration, everybody is really tense about immigration and policy, and he doesn’t know their situation. They were just two guys trying to buy coffee. Reporter: Throughout the day — Did you bother to learn English before you came to this country? Whoa. Reporter: Plenty of passionate people step up. You think they’re legal? It’s none of your –…

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