#GreenShirtGuy Laughing at Trump Supporters in Tucson City Council Meeting Goes Viral! Check Funny Memes and Jokes
Green Shirt Guy (Photo Credits: Twitter)

A city council meeting in Tucson is going viral for a hilarious reason. The meeting was about making Tucson a first sanctuary city in Arizona, to those seeking asylum. And while there were also a couple of protestors to the idea, a man's reaction of laughing at one of the protestors is going viral. He started trending on social media as the 'Green Shirt Guy' who burst into laughter as Trump supporters angrily yelled at the proposed idea. A video shared by Nick VinZant is going viral all thanks to the guy in the bright green polo shirt. He laughed uproariously at the anti-immigrant protestors and the reaction was too hard to be missed. As #GreenShirtGuy began trending, Alex Kack came forward and identified himself. Donald Trump Sitting Cross-Armed Picture Has Turned Into a New Viral Meme, Check Funny Jokes!

On Tuesday evening, at Tucson Families Free and Together, an initiative that was created in January, a woman raised anti-immigration slogans and a man in a green shirt just could not stop laughing and bobbing his head. She held a sign that read "Respect our laws or we will deport you!" And soon #GreenShirtGuy was all over the US with funny memes and jokes being made on him. Eventually, Alex Kack who is the guy in the green shirt identified himself. Donald Trump Trolled For Tweeting on Arrest of 'So-Called Mumbai Terror Attacks Mastermind' Hafiz Saeed After '10 Years of Search'.

Watch Video of Green Shirt Guy Laughing During a Council Meeting:

The video went crazy viral with close to eight million views in just a day. Kack's amused reaction not only made people laugh, but evolved into many memes and jokes.


He's now a Superhero

Spirit Animal

Be like him

And Alex Kack then tweeted about this sudden bout of attention that was showered on him. He wrote, "This is unreal, you guys are wild." And then people wrote to him that he has been an inspiration. People mentioned that they were really proud of him. Some others thanked him for making their entire week with that animated reaction. Talking about all the sudden attention, Kack told Mashable, "Who has the time in their day to come into a public space just to spread hatred and negativity? Like honestly what happened that made them so ridiculous and hateful?" He added that there was no reason for the woman's absurdity.