A few questions for Jorge Ramos
Jorge Ramos seemed bent on the disruption of Donald Trump’s media event in Iowa the other day. He posed as a questioner, yet was more a distraction pushing a declarative. He had a speech to make and a spectacle to create.
Recall the interview he conducted with Barack Obama. He allowed Obama to push out the falsehood that Fast and Furious was a program first started by George W. Bush. Mr. Ramos’ daughter works for Hillary Clinton. So, the obvious is self evident. Mr. Ramos is in bed with Democrats. He is an agent for an agenda.
Yet there seems to be something hidden here, some ulterior motive for Mr. Ramos.
He authored a book called “No Borders”. Now there is a revelation.
"We do have this antique notion that a newsman will be disinterested and stay above the fray but Ramos reports like he is a lobbyist for the National Council of La Raza or a Democratic pundit," said Tim Graham, director of media analysis for the conservative watchdog group, Media Research Center.
It is curious that a Mexican national would set up shop in the United States and become an advocate for immigration from Mexico to the United States. Where is love of homeland? Where is the want to elevate your country of origin by halting the stream out and make it better in Mexico? Or, is there something else at work?
La Raza (The Race) apparently has slipped under the radar of the uber politically correct and watchdogs of racism. What could be more blatantly racial than being involved with and supporting a group call The Race?
And what is the mission of La Raza and those who carry its water?
Reconquista or reconquest, of the American Southwest is a known goal of sub organizations affiliated and partially sponsored by La Raza as noted in this article from Human Events. MEChA is one such organization, and one of its former members became Mayor of Los Angeles, another California Lt. Governor. MEChA mission statement language can be found alarming.
“In the spirit of a new people that is conscious not only of its proud historical heritage but also of the brutal gringo invasion of our territories, we, the Chicano inhabitants and civilizers of the northern land of Aztlan (Colorado, California, Arizona, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Oregon and parts of Washington State) from whence came our forefathers, reclaiming the land of their birth and consecrating the determination of our people of the sun, declare that the call of our blood is our power, our responsibility, and our inevitable destiny.”
So now, Mr. Jorge Ramos, please explain your connection, if any, to La Raza, and if you will, repudiate the concept of “reconquista” and any groups that propose such an agenda.
What exactly is your mission, Mr. Ramos? Are you encouraging the flow of people out of your native country to the United States? If so, why? Are you for repatriating the American Southwest per the objectives of La Raza?