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Trump is Spreading Hatred With An ‘Empty Promise’ of Mass Deportation – Jorge Ramos LAST NIGHT on CNN

Univision Jorge Ramos angrily denounced Donald Trump on CNN last night while attacking his mass deportation policy, saying that it was impossible and an empty promise sold to the American public. The Univision reporter seemed to come close to tearing up as he talked about his anger against il Trumpoilini.

Watch below:

Ramos is a legal immigrant from Mexico, which explains why he took Trump’s comments personally, but he goes a little far in saying that Trump is spreading “hatred.” He’s right about saying that his policies aren’t pleasing Hispanics however –  a recent poll found that Trump had the highest negatives of anyone in the field among Hispanics in America. Even so, I doubt this will persuade many of his supporters, who probably don’t care much for Univision or their anchor.

This is probably why Ramos felt he had to accost Trumpo today, and why he got tossed out of the press conference:

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  • disqus_khiD4yhUiu

    Ramo’s was rude and interrupted other reporters and got what he deserved and Trump was pretty nice allowing him to later come back and ask his questions. I sure as heck wouldn’t

  • localfarmer1

    If he’s not a citizen deport Jorge Ramos immediately. If he is a citizen he should be publicly villafied as a traitor to this country. His loyalty should be to this country not an invading force. That doesn’t include the fact that that he’s an obnoxious ass and no one wants to hear what he has to say.

  • Caliman

    Ramos the barking Chihuahua and his daughter works for the Hillary campaign……..Go figure.

  • kazzer66

    No, Jorge is the one spreading hatred. Trump is merely answering a need that is being ignored in this country–a right to protect our borders, our scant amount of jobs,our hard earned tax dollars, and a say in who gets to live here, LEGALLY.

    If Jorge wants to be an activist, fine, he can protest his face off. He just shouldn’t use his press pass, to interrupt a press conference, bully the speaker and the other reporters, and then cry foul, when he gets tossed out.

    Ramos got exactly the kind of attention he wanted…and now he can pretend to be a big hero to his viewership.

    You know what I find funny about that Gallup report and Hispanics?

    Most of the Mexican Americans I hung around with, in California growing up (and there were a lot), did not want anything to do with illegals. The first time I ever heard the term ‘wetback’ was from my best friend, a Mexican American girl (we were about 13 yo at the time), who warned me to stay away from the ‘wetback’ men who worked at the local greenhouse nursery, she told me they were dangerous, because they viewed unchaperoned girls as ‘putas’. Illegals were always talked about in derogatory terms, by the Chicanos I knew, and their families.

    So to be honest I have a hard time believing the latest Gallup poll. I believe they skew for the highest bidder.

  • gastorgrab

    Jorge keeps talking about the 11 million as if they are ‘self-labelled refugees’. But he never explains why the American people are responsible for them.

    There is no parallel in history for the amount of people who are demanding, not asking, to be accommodated. And it’s not like I don’t feel bad for the people. They are all victims of the political systems of the dozens of different socialist shit-holes they came from, from all over the world.

    But again, why should the American people feel responsible for the failures of foreign political systems?

  • gastorgrab

    According to the LATimes, Ramos came to the United States at age 25, and first applied for citizenship at age 50. He spent half his life here without ever giving the American people a second thought.

    And then the article ends with Ramos saying; “I finally recognized that I cannot be defined by one country. I am from both countries.”

    Now correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t the oath a new citizen takes require that they renounce all foreign allegiances?

  • pathfinder

    I’m no fan of Trump, but Ramos is a tool who deserved to be kicked out — although it would have been nice to see him answering some questions.
    This is one of the reasons why Trump is popular: a lot of the people in the media who have been attacking him are themselves worthless tools and clowns; many if not all the politicians who have been going after him are worthless tools and clowns. Is it any wonder he stays popular?
    Not saying I approve, just that I understand how this has come to be. il Trumpolini indeed….our politics are now Italian politics (this is not a good thing)

  • MrNishida

    Not only did Trump allow him to come back in and ask his questions. he then proceeded to hand Ramos his own rear on a platter by showing Ramos to be a partisan fool, not a reporter.
    That is why Ramos is so butthurt now. He got spanked.
    ‘You mess with the bull, you get the horns’.

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  • 3

    Who gives a crapp about or what a wet thinks!!
    Kick them/him OUT! And there criminal offspring

  • Floridian

    On November 8, 2016, Jorge Ramos is going to cry.

  • OliviaBlack

    I know in the 80’s my ex had to give up his Canadian citizenship when he moved here.

  • OliviaBlack

    Good for Trump, standing up for our laws and American citizens. Trump 2016

  • gastorgrab

    Uscis,gov: Naturalization Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America

    “I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty, of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by the law; and that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help me God.”