Video Jorge Ramos Says Kate’s Law Is Unfair To Illegal Immigrants

BY CHRISTIAN DATOC

Over the weekend, Univision’s Jorge Ramos said on CNN that “Kate’s Law,” named after the San Francisco woman murdered by an illegal immigrant who had been deported five prior times, is “completely unfair” to millions of other illegal immigrants in the country.

The proposed law would force deported immigrants caught re-entering the country to serve a five year prison sentence.

RAMOS: I think it is unfair that because one undocumented immigrant killed a wonderful human being that all immigrants are being blamed for that killing. It is so unfair… it is as unfair as if we were to criticize all white men in the United States for what happened in that theater in Aurora, Colorado.

WAR!… RINO Jeb Bush Calls Trump “Buffoon”, “A$$hole” and a “Clown”

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BY JIM HOFT

Jeb Bush declared war on Donald Trump today before the first debate of the election season.

The Politico reported:

Jeb Bush, the man who would be frontrunner, was as surprised as anybody when Donald Trump jumped into the 2016 presidential race in June. His instinctive first reaction was to hold his tongue, and his advisers agreed the best option was to keep his distance from an interloper who wanted to drag him into a reality-show shouting match.

Bush stayed strategically silent even when Trump delivered his infamous crack that some Mexican immigrants were “rapists.” It wasn’t easy, considering Bush speaks nearly flawless Spanish, backs comprehensive immigration reform and is married to the former Columba Garnica de Gallo of Leon, Mexico.

Like everyone else, Bush soon found Trump impossible to ignore. When Trump reposted a nasty tweet a couple of weeks after his contentious announcement speech— “Bush has to like Mexican illegals because of his wife”—the former Florida governor was forced to respond. “You can love your Mexican-American wife,” he told one interviewer before telling another that Trump was “preying on people’s fears.”…

“Seriously, what’s this guy’s problem?” he asked one party donor he ran into recently according to accounts provided by several sources close to Bush—and he went on to describe the publicity seeking real estate developer now surging in public polls far ahead of Bush and all the 15 others in the Republican field as “a buffoon,” “clown” and “asshole.”

The Politico dropped this report just in time for the first debate.
This ought to make tonight’s debate an even bigger draw.

*Ugh* Jeb Bush Sides With Jorge Ramos, Says Reporters Deserve “A Little More Respect”

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BY JIM HOFT

Last night leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a press conference in Dubuque, Iowa.

During the press conference Trump was heckled and interrupted by Univision reporter, Jorge Ramos.

Jorge Ramos refused to wait his turn and refused to quit talking.
*Ugh* Jeb Bush Sides With Jorge Ramos, Says Reporters Deserve “A Little More Respect”

Jim Hoft Aug 26th, 2015 4:10 pm 91 Comments

Last night leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a press conference in Dubuque, Iowa.

During the press conference Trump was heckled and interrupted by Univision reporter, Jorge Ramos.
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Jorge Ramos refused to wait his turn and refused to quit talking.

Trump had Ramos escorted from the room for his outburst.

Today Jeb Bush defended Jorge Ramos and criticized Donald Trump for not putting up with his abusive outburst.
NBC News reported:

Jeb Bush says that Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, who was escorted out of a press conference held by Donald Trump on Tuesday night, should have been “treated with a little more respect.”

“I think people with the press ought to be treated with a little more respect and dignity,” he told reporters.

Ramos was removed from the press conference after Trump accused him of interrupting another reporter to ask a question about immigration policy. Ramos was later allowed back into the room.

Bush’s comments came after a town hall event in Pensacola, Florida, where Bush continued to blast Trump’s immigration proposals as “not conservative” and said the real estate mogul should be held to the same standards as other Republican candidates.

“This guy is now the frontrunner,” he said. “He should be held to account, just like me.”

“Go through these questions and what you’ll find is this guy doesn’t have a plan,” he added. “He’s appealing to people’s angst and their anger. I want to solve problems so that we can fix this and turn immigration into what it’s always been: an economic driver for our country.”

Jorge Ramos: Latinos Won’t Forget Trump Promoting Bigotry and Hatred

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by Pam Key

Sunday on “This Week With George Stephanopoulos,”  while discussing his confrontation with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump last week at a press conference, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos said next year at the polls Latino voters “won’t forget,” Trump “promoting in his speeches bigotry and hatred.”

Ramos said, “I think it’s very important that as journalists we challenge those who are in power. And I think it’s very dangerous that he wants to do the mass deportation in history, that would cost more than $137 billion. And I think it’s very dangerous that he’s promoting in his speeches bigotry and hatred against immigrants. After I was expelled from that press conference, I saw a man, a Trump sympathizer who said, get out of my country. Interesting because I’m also a U.S. citizen, but this happened just seconds after he told me, go back to Univision. Those messages of hatred that’s precisely what Trump is promoting.”

He added, “If Donald Trump wants to change this country the way he’s proposing, he has to be challenged, And this is what’s going to happen. Latinos won’t forget this. 60 million Latinos will go to the polls next year and, just to put in perspective, that number, President Barack Obama won by less than 5 million votes. In other words, Latinos could define this election.”

Professors threaten bad grades for saying ‘illegal alien,’ ‘male,’ ‘female’…

BY PETER HASSON

  • Washington State students risk a failing grade in one course if they use any common descriptors professor considers “oppressive and hateful language.”
  • In another class, students will lose one point every time they use the words “illegal alien” or “illegals” rather than the preferred terms of “‘undocumented’ migrants/immigrants/persons.”Capture
  • Multiple professors at Washington State University have explicitly told students their grades will suffer if they use terms such as “illegal alien,” “male,” and “female,” or if they fail to “defer” to non-white students.

    According to the syllabus for Selena Lester Breikss’ “Women & Popular Culture” class, students risk a failing grade if they use any common descriptors that Breikss considers “oppressive and hateful language.”

    “Students will come to recognize how white privilege functions in everyday social structures and institutions.”   

    The punishment for repeatedly using the banned words, Breikss warns, includes “but [is] not limited to removal from the class without attendance or participation points, failure of the assignment, and— in extreme cases— failure for the semester.”

    Breikss is not the only WSU faculty member implementing such policies.

    Much like in Selena Breikss’s classroom, students taking Professor Rebecca Fowler’s “ Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies” course will see their grades suffer if they use the term “illegal alien” in their assigned writing.

    According to her syllabus, students will lose one point every time they use the words “illegal alien” or “illegals” rather than the preferred terms of “‘undocumented’ migrants/immigrants/persons.” Throughout the course, Fowler says, students will “come to recognize how white privilege functions in everyday social structures and institutions.”

    In an email to Campus Reform, Fowler complained that “the term ‘illegal alien’ has permeated dominant discourses that circulate in the news to the extent that our society has come to associate ALL unauthorized border crossings with those immigrants originating from countries south of our border (and not with Asian immigrants, for example, many of whom are also in the country without legal documents and make up a considerable portion of undocumented immigrants living in the country).”

    “The socio-legal production of migrant illegality works to systematically dehumanize and exploit these brown bodies for their labor,” Fowler continued.

    White students in Professor John Streamas’s “ Introduction to Multicultural Literature” class, are expected to “defer” to non-white students, among other community guidelines, if they want “to do well in this class.”

    In the guidelines in his syllabus, Streamas elaborates that he requires students to “reflect” on their grasp of history and social relations “by respecting shy and quiet classmates and by deferring to the experiences of people of color.”

    Streamas—who previously generated controversy by calling a student a “ white shitbag” and declared that WSU should stand for “White Supremacist University”—also demands that students “understand and consider the rage of people who are victims of systematic injustice.”

    Later in the syllabus, Streamas goes even further and accuses Glenn Beck of being an “insensitive white.”

    Several other WSU professors require their students to “acknowledge that racism, classism, sexism, heterosexism, and other institutionalized forms of oppression exist” or that “ we do not live in a post-racial world.”

    Ari Cohn, a lawyer with the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, told Campus Reformhe considers such requirements to be contradictory, even given the sensitive nature of the courses.

    “It is notable that one of the syllabus provisions warns: ‘The subject material of this class is sensitive and controversial. Strive to keep an open mind.’ How are students supposed to approach these sensitive and controversial materials at all, let alone to keep an open mind, if they have to fear that a misconstrued statement, or one that unreasonably offends a classmate will lead to a grade reduction or even removal from class?”

    Neither Breikss nor Streamas replied to Campus Reform’s request for comment.