Illegal Alien Celeb Jose Vargas ANN COULTERS Bobby Jindal – Calls Him A ‘White-Washed’ IMMIGRANT

I really can’t believe the gall of a degenerate criminal like Jose Vargas who has made a career out of being an illegal alien going out and nonchalantly calling Bobby Jindal an immigrant:

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What a piece of unmitigated pure crap Vargas is. This is exactly what Ann Coulter did to Nikki Haley and she was excoriated (rightly) for it. But do you think any of the leftists who criticized her will say anything about their precious illegal alien doing it too? Fat chance.

But here’s the other atrocity against logic that Jose commits – he keeps saying that “dreamers” like himself are all-American because they were born here and assimilated. But then he calls Bobby Jindal “white-washed” of his ethnicity? Just who the HELL is this illegal alien idiot to tell Jindal what it means to be of a family from India and be American? How is it that illegals can be assimilated into America but Bobby Jindal being raised American is “white-washed”?!

In fact, the idiot runs an entire social media campaign questioning what it means to be American:

Funny how the definition is murky so that illegal aliens can fit in, but Bobby Jindal is absolutely “white-washing” when he was BORN and RAISED here.

You can go the hell back to Philippines, Jose, and then you can go to hell.

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  • Michael Onoo

    Who gives him marching orders and pays the bills

  • RageHard84

    I’m part Filipino and I can’t say Jose really represents the Filipino community – he just represents leftist BS.

  • gastorgrab

    Bobby Jindal is NOT an immigrant. He was born in Baton Rouge.

    ‘Immigrants’ are born outside the US, and HAVE THE CONSENT of the American people to join the American republic.

  • gastorgrab

    “How is it that illegals can be assimilated …..”


    This is a misunderstanding of leftist intentions. The left is violently opposed to the ‘Melting Pot’ idea first mentioned by John Jay in the Federalist Papers. They have invented their own system that is diametrically opposed to the policy of ‘One People, One Culture’.

    Multiculturalism represents their attempt to divide this nation into a mosaic of cultural confederacies. Multiculturalism <b.demands a different set of rules and rights for each identity-based group, directly challenging our institutional policy, and the foundation of our freedoms, a ‘Common Law’.

    Multiculturalism obstructs assimilation.

    “This country and this people seem to have been made for each other, and it appears as if it was the design of Providence, that an inheritance so proper and convenient for a band of brethren, united to each other by the strongest ties, should never be split into a number of unsocial, jealous, and alien sovereignties.”

    – John Jay, October 31, 1787

  • Pat

    Calling Jindal “white-washed” is the same as calling a black person an “Oreo” or a “Uncle Tom”. It is a way that liberals try to silence, disparage, and ostracize non-white people who don’t agree with the liberal agenda. It is racist and despicable. PS; I love Ann

  • 4Commencefiring4

    What is this guy’s legal status? Why is he still here in America and not being deported? If he’s got no legal reason to be here other than the fact that he’s got a media presence, that’s not a reason to not deport him. ICE? Hello?

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  • RageHard84

    This brings to mind something I’ve wondered for a while. Why are labels like “Oreo” and “white-washed” applied to non-whites who don’t tow the liberal line, but no such label is applied to non-straights who don’t tow the liberal line? I mean, liberals are the ones who try to equate sexual orientation with race, why don’t they approach the two issues the same? Why don’t they call non-straights who don’t tow the liberal line “straight-washed” or “straight-on-the-inside” or just plain “straight”?