“Shame on you!” Carlos Santana scolds Georgians and Arizonans for their “cruel” immigration laws.
Carlos Santana received an award at a baseball game in Atlanta – and then used the stage to scold Georgia and Arizona for their harsh immigration laws.
The Grammy-winning artist, upon receiving the Beacon of Change Award before the Braves faced the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday, spoke out against the states, admonishing them for creating a culture of fear among immigrants.
"The people of Arizona, and the people of Atlanta, Georgia, you should be ashamed of yourselves," Santana said. "This law is not correct. It's a cruel law..."