Hispanic Television’s Most Influential Racialist

Jorge Ramos, whom The Wall Street Journal has described as “Hispanic TV’s No. 1 correspondent and key to a huge voting bloc,” recently lamented how “sad” it is that “treacherous” Republican presidential candidates have fueled a “xenophobic discourse in the United States” by repeatedly launching “harsh attacks on immigrants.” These “attacks” include such transgressions as “label[ing] undocumented immigrants ‘illegal’,” “support[ing] the idea of building a wall along the southern border with Mexico,” and being opposed to “offering a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S.” But “most incomprehensible for many Hispanics,” Ramos emphasized, “is that the two Latino candidates, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, have taken such a harsh stance against immigrants who are here simply because they’re doing the jobs that Americans won’t do.”

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Dear Mexicans.
    After getting a real good look at your culture, we have decided that we don’t like it one bit. You have ruined your own country and not you wish to bring your diseased ways to our shores and we say “no”.
    Now go home and fix your own country before you try to contaminate ours.

    • BillyHW


    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Adam Carolla tells me you can get a hot dog grilled on a shopping cart on the freeways in Los Angeles.
      Is that true?

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Adam Corolla’s a funny guy. He’s a year and a half older than I am but we grew up about 10 miles apart and did about the same things at about the same times. Hell, we even listened to the same radio station (KROQ), and although that’s a little bit of an exaggeration, it’s not entirely untrue.

        It’s the off ramps and not the freeways and it’s random produce, like oranges and citrus fruits. Stuff in a bag and ready to go that you can hand over a few dollars and get a sack of questionable oranges.

        THAT most certainly happens, or happened.

        Down here in San Diego, not so much, or not that I have ever seen.

        Now, if you go to the right places and at the right times in San Diego, there is no shortage of weird Mexican street foods that you can buy, and in some of the most unexpected places, and utterly unfettered by heath inspections. Most of it’s good, if you like quirky Mexican food, and you don’t mind using the vendor’s 5-year old daughter as a translator.

        Only in desperation have I ever bought from them, but I have never been made sick by anything they have sold either.

        Maybe I’m lucky.

        Mexicans are funny. If you could just make them give up the ways of the old country, get an education and learn English, the vast majority of them are not at all objectionable. There is however that 20 percent of them that just need to be sacrificed to Quetzalcoatl and their heedless and bloodied bodies rolled down a steep pyramid to the cheers of the local residents.
        I’d go for that!

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          I still listen to the KROQ tapes you sent me.
          The best I could do then was the BBC top forty we got from my best friend’s cousins in England.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Those over-the-air tapes are a treasure. I’m happy to share them with someone that appreciates them for what they are. It’s like listening to a radio that only receives signals that have been bouncing around in space for 30-years.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I’ll follow up tomorrow…

    • Maurixio Villa-Lobos

      But, what about the restaurants!

    • Mr Jorge Ramos, the expression “undocumented immigrants” is simply your attempt to ignore the fact they are illegal immigrants.

      • Exile1981

        And all have at least committed crimes – identity theft, illegal border crossing, etc.

  • k1962

    Well, if the Liberals who employed gardeners and nannies were willing to pay them more money, then Americans would do those jobs.

    In Vancouver when we hire a company to send someone to cut the lawn, it’s always a white guy who comes. I wonder why?

    • canminuteman

      Because in Canada we take business class migrants, so in Canada we get to be the underdogs.

  • BillyHW

    Mexicans are perennial losers incapable of law-abiding citizenship or even close to average intelligence and a personal embarrassment to me as a Catholic.

  • mauser 98

    Ramos is right up there with Sharpton in the race bait shakedown business

    Jorge Ramos’s daughter works for Hillary campaign

    Cruz , Rubio Charged with Race Treason by Univision’s Jorge Ramos

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    He’s lived here for over 30 years, and yet his accent is still so thick, so affected, you’d think he dog-paddled the Rio Grande just last week…

  • Blacksmith

    If you cross into this country without permission and a visa that is against the law, therefore dumbass it is ILLEGAL! Damn I hate lying leftists.

  • Spatchcocked

    Jorge…. Pronounced whore-hey.

  • Spatchcocked

    The rule of law comes a distant second to blood emotion and the tribe.

  • James Oswald

    Xenophobia is not a pejorative…it is a requirement in this 21st Century. Arm up men, it’s time to get sporty.