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Quote1 Lord knows we have tried! But until the mighty wall is built, you come here for employment that is rightfully ours! And if denied it, you seek welfare paid for by our tax dollars! Also, you know how you make me press a one for English at the beginning of every call to my satellite provider? That is something I cannot abide! While others are content to peacefully protest or vote in rigged elections, the Sons of the Serpent believe that aggression must answer aggression! Quote2
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History

The Supreme Serpent was the leader of the Sons of the Serpent, a militia of bigot vigilantes that patrolled the American border to apprehend illegal immigrants so to supposedly preserve the greatness of the country.[1] With the help of a crooked coyote, the Sons of the Serpents also kidnapped healthy adult males and shipped them to New York for Karl Malus to use them as test subjects.[2]

When trying to abduct a group of immigrants, the Sons of the Serpent were intercepted by Captain America. Their fight was interrupted by the arrival of S.H.I.E.L.D. forces led by former Captain America Steve Rogers,[1] since they were already investigating the Sons. Using a bazooka, the Supreme Serpent blew up Rogers' aircraft and made his escape using a short-range teleporter, with the coyote associated with him pretending to be a hostage.

Using his telepathic link with birds, Captain America located both the Supreme Serpent and the coyote in a fast food restaurant. He confronted them and disarmed the Supreme Serpent from his teleporter. After defeating their ally Armadillo, Sam interrogated the coyote and learned the extent of their plans. The coyote, Armadillo and the Supreme Serpent were then arrested by S.H.I.E.L.D..[2]

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