Not supporting terrorist Oscar López Rivera:
- Goya Foods
- The NYPD Hispanic Society
- NYC police commissioner
- Jet Blue
- New York Yankees
Read all about it.
Add Corona Beer and Coca-Cola to the list.
Ramos, the journalist that Trump booted from a press conference nearly a year ago, claims that the hatred, racism and intolerance that were the hallmarks of the Republican’s campaign have already caused a racial war.
“It’s war. We are in a pitched battle between those who defend immigrants and the anti-immigrant. Since all these immigrants are without protection, the mayors of big cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Denver, and several universities, just to name a few, have decided to take charge of immigrant defense”, he says.
“The country is totally divided, full of hatreds, resentments, a very dangerous desire for vengeance, and with very little tolerance. What is being discussed here is how to resist Trump”, he added.
“Racial war” may not be a good idea to promote by the whiter-than-white Ramos.
But then we’re talking about the guy who wanted to convince his audience that Jeb! is Latino.
— El Gordo y La Flaca (@ElGordoyLaFlaca) October 25, 2016
The first female candidate for President of the United States celebrated her 69th birthday by dancing salsa with a dwarf and getting a bottle of tequila.
But where Hillary shows up, the Clinton Foundation must not be far behind; read all about it here: Dwarf and tequila for Hillary’s birthday.
With weeks to go before U.S. election day . . .Bloomberg Businessweek: Univision Needs Clinton Win For FCC Relief
One picture says it all,
Spain’s El País cries salty tears over evangelicals: How Colombia’s Evangelists undermined the peace referendum. Government underestimated power of group in run-up to vote on peace accords with FARC. I don’t think the translator realized that the word evangelists usually refers to itinerant preachers or the four writers of the Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
The State Department would not say how much the agency paid for the polling in Haiti. The polling firm, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, was paid nearly $4 million for political polling in the 2014 campaign cycle, almost entirely by Democrats, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Stan Greenberg, the research firm’s chairman and CEO, served as Clinton’s pollster during his 1992 run for president.
Mexico Expects to Extradite ‘El Chapo’ to US in 2017; if he’s still alive, that is.
Offshore secrets of Brexit backer Arron Banks revealed in Panama Papers. Financier who spent £7.5m funding Nigel Farage’s Leave.EU campaign linked to tax haven companies in British Virgin Islands and Gibraltar
Read my article, Univision anchors make the news, again, and remember,
I am not getting paid millions of US dollars by Univision to be an open-borders advocate, therefore I am free to tell you the truth: There’s no such thing as a “Hispanic” race.
The network that brings you soaps and soccer is in a snit over the GOP’s decision last month to not include them on its presidential debate schedule.
Read my article here.
Here you have the wsv,
WARNING: Gruesome content
This is the entire report that aired on Univision Sunday night.
VIDEO BELOW THE FOLD SINCE IT STARTS RIGHT AWAY
Contrasting Mitt’s confident and relaxed replies last night, today Obama was wordy and hesitant. Drudge has the headlines (and points out this was Obama’s “first serious interview” in…how long now?)
1) Given how he so often says he wakes up every morning thinking about what he could do to create jobs, it’s interesting that he says his inability to pass comprehensive immigration reform (even when he totally controlled Congress) was his biggest failure. But I suppose that can be written off as simple pandering.
Which, incidentally, didn’t work, since Ramos did not let him off the hook later in the interview,
2) His biggest lesson, meanwhile, is that “you can’t change Washington from the inside.” Wait a second. In the 2008 primaries, his whole argument with Hillary Clinton was over this exact question. She believed that you can change Washington from the inside and Barack Obama said you couldn’t.
It took no time for Romney to fire back,
Matthew Boyle describes Obama’s answer on Fast and Furious,
You told me during an interview that you and Mr. Holder did not authorize the Fast and Furious operation that allowed 2,000 weapons from the United States into Mexico and they were in the drug trafficking [cartels’] hands,” Univision co-host Jorge Ramos asked Obama, according to a translator, during the interview. “I think that up to 100 Mexicans might have died and also American agent Brian Terry. There’s a report that 14 agents were responsible for the operation but shouldn’t the attorney general, Eric Holder, he should have known about that and if he didn’t, should you fire him?”
Obama responded with similar talking points his administration has used time and again.
“Well, first of all, I think it’s important to understand that the Fast and Furious program was a field-initiated program, begun under the previous administration,” Obama said. “When Eric Holder found out about it, he discontinued it. We assigned an inspector general to do a thorough report that was just issued — confirming that in fact Eric Holder did not know about this, that he took prompt action and that the people who did initiate this were held accountable. But, what I think is most important is recognizing that we’ve got a challenge in terms of weapons flowing south, and the strategy that was pursued out of Arizona, obviously, was completely wrongheaded. Those folks who were responsible have been held accountable. The question now is, how do we move forward with a strategy that will actually work?”
“We are going to have to work with Mexican law enforcement to accomplish this, but I will tell you that Eric Holder has my complete confidence, because he has shown himself to be willing to hold accountable those who took these actions and is passionate about making sure that we’re preventing guns from getting into the wrong hands,” Obama continued.
Ramos followed up in English: “But if you have nothing to hide, then why are you not releasing papers to the –”
Obama responded: “The truth is we’ve released thousands of papers.
“But not all of them,” Ramos countered. (RELATED: Inspector general: Obama administration obstructed Fast and Furious investigation)
“We’ve released almost all of them,” Obama said. “The ones that we don’t release, typically, relate to internal communications that were not related to the actual Fast and Furious operation. The challenge that we have is that, at any given moment in the federal government, there may be people who do dumb things, and I’ve seen it, I promise. Ultimately, I’m responsible and my key managers, including the attorney general, are responsible for holding those people accountable, for making sure that they are fired if they do dumb things and then fixing the system to ensure that it doesn’t happen again, and I’m very confident that you will not see any kinds of actions like this in the future, but what I don’t like to see is these kinds of issues becoming political circuses or ways to score political points in Congress partly because it becomes a distraction from us doing the business that we need to do for the American people.”
When pressed on for an independent investigation,
Obama answered: “Well, understand that, not only have we had multiple hearings in Congress, but the inspector general is put in place specifically to be independent from the attorney general. This attorney general’s [sic] report was not a whitewash in any way. I mean, it was tough on the Justice Department, and it indicated that, potentially, more supervision was needed, people should have known in some cases, even if they didn’t actually know. So, it was, I think, independent, honest, it was a clear assessment of what had gone wrong in that situation.”
“And we are happy to continue to provide the information that is relevant to this, but one of the things that happens in Washington is, very quickly, these issues become political distractions as opposed to us actually solving the problems that we need to solve,” Obama continued. “And, this issue of guns flowing south is a hard issue to solve, because this country respects the Second Amendment, we want to protect the rights of gun owners and those who are seeking to purchase firearms, but oftentimes that’s exploited as well. And so we’ve got to make sure we’re properly balancing the rights of U.S. citizens but making sure that we’re also interdicting those arms that would get into the hands of criminals.”
Video below the fold, since it starts right away,