Last night on All In with Chris Hayes, Maria Hinojosa appeared as a guest to share her thoughts about this week’s press conference confrontation between Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos. In the following six-minute segment, Maria called the confrontation “distressing.” She also raised the issue of “culture gap” for Latinos in media and how Trump’s “Go back to Univision” comment to Ramos is an example of “hate speech.”
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Trump is obviously not a stable person. Thank you Maria Hinojosa, Jorge Ramos and the media who will not stay silent in the face of hate speech. Hopefully non-Hispanics who think Trump is a breath of fresh air will soon realize that Trump has nothing to lose, and can insulate himself from the repurcussions of his destructive actions.
The survey places Miami’s poverty rate at 26.9%, well above the state average of 12.6%, Miami-Dade County’s 16.4% and the national average of 13.3%.
She is absolutely correct. Trump and his white trash supporters are an embarrassment to our nation. He should drop out of politics and go back to his business dealings.
Trump’s a monster: the ugly underbelly of capitalism.
I think Trump should pre-emptively be taken to the Criminal Court on the Hague… or should we wait until the mass violence begins… and the mass deportations by the police-military?
Chapo were are you??? Take care of this loud mouth higo de madred puta