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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Ranting from Univision

For John, BLUFNot a fair and balanced reporter, Mr Ramos.  Nothing to see here; just move along.

From News Busters and Reporter Jorge Bonilla, back on 24 February 2017.

Further ramping up his open opposition to President Trump's immigration law enforcement policies, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos has let loose with an outrageous tirade that could best be described as equal parts nationalistic identity politics, racially-driven demagoguery, and yet another instance of the irresponsible conflation of legal and illegal immigration.

JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR NEWS ANCHOR, UNIVISION:  I am an immigrant, just like many of you.  I am a proud Latino immigrant here in the United States.  My name is Jorge Ramos, and I work at Univision and at the Fusion network.  And you know exactly what is going on here in the United States.  There are many people who do not want us to be here, and who want to create a wall in order to separate us.  But you know what?  This is also our country.  Let me repeat this:  OUR country, not theirs.  It is our country.  And we are not going to leave.  We are nearly 60 million Latinos in the United States.  And thanks to US, the United States eats, grows and, as we've seen today, sings and dances.  So when they attack us, we already know what we are going to do.  We are not going to sit down.  We will not shut up.  And we will not leave.  That is what we are going to do.

Not "Our Country too".  No.  To repeat what Reporter Jorge Ramos said:
Let me repeat this:  OUR country, not theirs.
That sounds like he is saying the country belongs to the 60 million Latinos.

So, does Mr Ramos wish for the United States to turn into a nation run the way many Latin American nations are run?  Is that his goal?  Did the Anglo-Saxons bring nothing of value with them when they left the British Isles?

What about those other dreaded people from Europe?  Other Caucasians from not Europe?

African Americans?

Asians and Pacific Islanders

Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

  When I hear things like that I always wonder if the number of Latinos includes within it the Lusitanians in this Great Nation.  You know, the people from Portugal and the Azores.

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