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Would immigration activists exploit children to attack Trump? You Betcha.

Would immigration activists exploit children to attack Trump? You Betcha.

“Eff you, racist eff!” — The Children

“For the children” unless using children as profane props helps your cause, in which case, eff it. Or at least that seems to be the case with a presumably anti-Trump PAC, Deport Racism.

Promoting their contest which offers a cash prize to any audience member who successfully disrupts Trump’s upcoming Saturday Night Live appearance by shouting “deport racism” or calling Trump a racist, Deport Racism used children to share, a “few words of their own” with The Donald. Mainly, “f*ck you, racist F*ck!”

WARNING: Language, obvs.

Vice reported:

The group says on its website that allowing Trump to host the famed comedy program “sends the wrong message that his offensive and racist comments about Latinos and Mexicans are acceptable.”

When Trump launched his campaign for the GOP nomination in June, he called Mexicans “rapists” and accused immigrants from the country of “bringing crime” and drugs into the US. Trump has vowed to build a giant wall on the US-Mexico border if he is elected president, and claims he will find a way to make the Mexican government pay for it. The real estate mogul and former reality TV star also says he would deport the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants that currently live in the US.

“We’re hoping the $5,000 will help people on set or in the studio audience find the bravery to speak out loudly and help focus the national conversation on that we need to deport racism, not people,” Santiago Cejudo, an organizer with Deport Racism, said in a statement announcing the bounty. “It’s 2016, and Trump needs to hear that you can’t win the White House without the brown vote.”

The group has also released a viral video that features several US-born Latino children using salty language to rip Trump for his anti-immigrant views.

Montgomery, the video’s director, stands by his coupling of children and profanity.

The video’s director, Luke Montgomery, said having kids drop F-bombs on camera is justifiable given the vitriol Trump has directed at Latino immigrants. “They are using bad words for a good cause,” Montgomery said in a statement.

“Threatening to tear up the constitution to strip these citizens of their rights is offensive language,” he said. “Which is why the adorable and articulate Latino kids in the video fight back with some comedically offensive language of their own.”

And if this video looks familiar, it’s because we’ve seen a similar format before. Remember the little girls saying “f*ck for feminism“? Same dude.

Sure, Trump called Mexicans “rapists” and touted plans to make our southern neighbors pay for the biggest, most beautiful wall ever constructed. But does that justify using children to hurl profanity-laced insults at the moppy-headed millionaire?

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Just the kind of citizen we want attending our schools. Trashy behavior and even more trashy attitude.

    nordic_prince in reply to Lee Jan. | November 4, 2015 at 4:59 pm

    Ha, don’t even get me started. And these people are bent on re-creating here in America the hellhole they left behind. Mexico is a land with many natural resources, but you’d never know it, what with all the natives leaving it “looking for a better life.” The thing is you can take them out of their third world conditions but not their third world mindset ~

Filth will always throw off filth.

The Collective has no values except dominance.

“Threatening to tear up the constitution to strip these citizens of their rights is offensive language,” he said.

Which is a giant straw man. Not one word is true.

Too young to grab his own crotch?

That is the most racist ad I have ever seen. Shameful.

Erudite Mavin | November 4, 2015 at 3:13 pm

I am not a supporter of Jeb, but Trump supporters should see what Trump tweeted last night. A photo of Jeb, Bush 41 and 43 photoshopped next to the Nazi flag and other adolescent pics.
Typical of Trump’s mentality
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/11/04/17/2E19EFD800000578-3303860-image-a-30_1446656426621.jpg

Riiighhhhht. Because being opposed to the prog push for a welfare state with open borders makes a person racist. Stupid phucking progs.

This is actually a good advertisement for cracking down on illegal immigration. Is that what we really want to encourage here?

Using kids as propaganda really shows your superiority :^)

As someone living in California, I’ve seen too many illegals come in and damage our neighborhoods and towns. Crime has risen, property values have fallen, and the influx of minimum wage workers takes jobs from high schoolers..

We can no longer afford to “split the pot” with everyone who wants a piece. America is struggling enough as it is. Most of us are making below living wage and just had our health insurance forcefully taken away. I make 60k per year and my healthcare is up to $400 per month; compare this to my $25/month car insurance (from Panda) or my $13/month renters insurance. Both private enterprise (take note, Obama).

Trump is totally correct on this topic. Illegals are ruining this country and the president is allowing this to happen.

TRUMP 2016: BUILD THAT WALL!!!

Contrary to the propaganda spewed out by the GOPe, the liberals and Amnesty chumps hate Trump with an abiding passion. How deep must your hatred be to produce and distribute this kind of an advertisement, basically designed to shock and suppress Trump’s speech?

Henry Hawkins | November 4, 2015 at 4:22 pm

This type of message crosses a line where people will oppose it and it’s cause out of revulsion. It’s counterproductive except among its own choir and its producer no doubt knows that, but he’ll also know that if it’s ugly enough websites of all kinds will rush to post it.

———-

Bobby Jindal: “Immigration without assimilation is invasion.”

    platypus in reply to Henry Hawkins. | November 4, 2015 at 7:07 pm

    But it will allow the payment for producing it. In other words, the producer doesn’t really care if it accomplishes the purported purpose as long as it gets him/her paid.

    Likely a low level form of money laundering, and not limited to one political party. Campaigns for political office always have these money sucking barnacles attaching themselves to the host organism, and this cycle is no different.

I have not figured out the fantasy that the left (progressives)have with the F-word?
They are always telling us how much smarter they are.
But you see them backslide to gutter language all the time.

Using children with such filthy/slimy/vile language shows how desperate this group is!
Any adult who would allow this has zero common sense and absolutely no morals!

The Open borders supports are at WAR with the United States!

I hope we wake up in time to stop the onslaught of illegal alien flooding the country.

    platypus in reply to Common Sense. | November 4, 2015 at 7:10 pm

    I can tell you (from my sordid past) that children who hear the F-word on a routine basis will recite it as if it’s okay. In other words, they learn from their primary caregivers.

Build the wall. Enforce existing law. Not a citizen, then get in line and enter the USA legally. Period. Or stay in your own f-g country. I say that as a USA citizen legally living in NZ.

I’ll go with what Nixon said: “I don’t care what you say about me, as long as you spell my name correctly.”

Pauline Kael (a critic at the New Yorker), once wrote that while she accepted Nixon had won, she then added, “but none of my friends voted for him.”

Trump’s now in the big leagues. For 2016, he’s the guy to beat. And, if the dems waste their time segmenting voters, so they scare the dickens out of their own “blue collar Joe’s,” I’m sure Trump will just laugh them off.

Remember, Trump’s already said he’s gonna build a (beautiful) wall. Anchor babies tossed over the wall? They won’t make it in alive. All others here will feel the breezes of deportation. Meaning? There’ll be a slowdown in getting hired.

I expect
1) Trump places a restraining order on all the kids in the video and the organizations that produced the video, after all they use menacing words and portray violence against him.
2) DoJ to pursue violations of hate crime laws against the people in these commercials.
3) POTUS to speak out against this vitriol.
4) No more supporters of open borders to claim everyone coming across is ‘salt of the earth’.
5) The organizations that sponsored / created this video will be put on the list of terrorist / extremist groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

    platypus in reply to TtT. | November 4, 2015 at 7:14 pm

    I expect that you will soon awaken from your wonderful dream. If you are not actually dreaming, you need to call 911 and tell them you’re having a breakdown.

    🙂

    Milhouse in reply to TtT. | November 5, 2015 at 6:21 pm

    I expect
    1) Trump places a restraining order on all the kids in the video and the organizations that produced the video, after all they use menacing words and portray violence against him. Garbage. There were no threats of violence in the video, and no indication of any likelihood of violence. No judge could validly issue such an order, and if an irresponsible judge invalidly issues one it will be overturned immediately.

    2) DoJ to pursue violations of hate crime laws against the people in these commercials.

    What crime did they commit?

    4) No more supporters of open borders to claim everyone coming across is ‘salt of the earth’.

    Why would they stop claiming that? What did anyone in the video do that the salt of the earth wouldn’t?

    5) The organizations that sponsored / created this video will be put on the list of terrorist / extremist groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

    SPLC is an extremist group, but if there were a serious list of such groups why would this video qualify for it? It’s a fair expression of a legitimate political point of view.

I am so tired of this garbage. First of all, “Hispanic” is not a category of race, but an ethnic identification. At no time was the discussion over an extreme dislike for Hispanics. The entire argument is about non-citizens who have entered America illegally. How we allowed the conversation to be perverted into “racism” is bewildering.

It is telling that this display is thought by some to weaken Trump. The illegal lobby is so pampered that its activists believe this

… is going to benefit them. It will not. There are plenty of DEMS who, if they see this, will be more likely to vote Trump.

Conservative0317 | November 5, 2015 at 11:34 am

“…children using salty language…” Salty language???

“CHNGA A TU MADRE, RACISTA DE MIERDA.” translates as “F**k your mother, you racist piece of s**t.”

Yeah, salty…

If you said that to their face, those would be considered “fighting words”.

I guess this group wants to prove Trump right. Trump observes, accurately, that there are a lot of rapists coming across the border from Latin America. In particular child rapists.

http://www.waff.com/story/13598211/illegal-alien-charged-with-rape-in-limestone-county

“…Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely calls it a disturbing case of child rape that began over a year ago.

…Blakely says the girl’s mother discovered their relationship when she noticed several deep bite marks on the child’s chest.

She filed a police report first thing on Monday morning.

“When he was arrested, he admitted she was 11-years-old, but he didn’t know he would go to jail for it,” said Blakely.”

Of course he didn’t know. He comes from a rape culture. In particular a child rape culture. As the sheriff observes the way this perp brutalized the child is a serious crime apart from the rape.

Here, but not where he’s from. Child abuse and child rape isn’t much of a crime in Latin America. Almost no one takes it seriously. Especially the authorities, who indulge in it themselves.

http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Special+session+on+children%3A+a+response+to+the+needs+of+children+and…-a0105915326

“This essay was prepared by the Working Group for the Worm Summit for Children (CRC+10) of the Red Latinoamericana y Caribena de Jovenes por los Derechos Sexuales y Reproductivos (REDLAC, Latin American and Caribbean Youth Network for Sexual and Reproductive Rights).

…Meanwhile, sexual abuse, harassment and rape of minors are some of the most common and frequent forms of sexual violence. For example, 77% of all reports of sexual abuse filed in Lima (Peru) in 1996 involved girls and adolescents…”

So these illegals bring their child rape culture with them, and Trump observes correctly that a lot of rapists are crossing the border. And how do these vile Latino supremacists respond?

By exploiting children. Thus proving the validity of Trump’s point.

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Arminius. | November 5, 2015 at 2:47 pm

    There is no candidate who hasn’t pointed out that our open border is letting in criminals, including, obviously, rapists. There is no candidate who first pointed this out only after Trump did when he entered the race in July.

    You could almost be accused of exploiting these children again by using this story to promote Trump with an implication that only Trump talks about criminal illegal immigrants.

      Arminius in reply to Henry Hawkins. | November 5, 2015 at 6:14 pm

      I could almost be accused a lot of things if we throw logic and reason out the window.

        Henry Hawkins in reply to Arminius. | November 5, 2015 at 6:31 pm

        Assuming your implication, please point out any illogic or unreason in my post?

          Point out the illogic? The question is, where to begin? Barry makes a good start in his following comment @ November 5, 2015 at 8:07 pm. If Jeb has said the same thing as Trump, it couldn’t have been in English.

          This is where you clearly fail the major test of logic:

          “You could almost be accused of exploiting these children again by using this story to promote Trump with an implication that only Trump talks about criminal illegal immigrants.”

          Nowhere do I imply or infer that none of the others have talked about criminal illegal immigrants. It is unreasonable and illogical of you to jump to that conclusion on the basis of no evidence whatsoever. Nothing I wrote in my earlier comment about how by exploiting children the group that commissioned this ad is proving Trump’s point would lead a rational person to conclude that I was saying, inferring, or implying that Trump was the only candidate to make such a point. That is a flight of pure fantasy on your part.

          Had this group commissioned an ad exploiting children to spew profanities at and beat in effigy as a pinata another GOP candidate, I would have made the exact same comment I made about Trump; that they were demonstrating the validity of the candidate’s criticisms of the criminal nature of a significant portion of the illegal aliens crossing the border. Specifically that in Latin America it is not regarded as a crime to exploit and abuse children. The case of Juan Lopez Rios that I cited in my earlier comment is not unusual. There are a ton of news stories about illegal (and legal) aliens readily admit to the police that they were having sex with girls as young as ten. Because in their home countries it isn’t a crime. Or if it is technically against the law it’s treated as minor infraction. And they’re surprised ted o find out that in this country they can go to prison for it. And like Juan Lopez Rios the group that commissioned this ad also has no problem with exploiting children.

          But somehow you have irrationally concluded I’m promoting Trump. Another fantasy on our part unsupported by any evidence whatsoever. So if anyone who wasn’t involved in making this abomination could be accused of also exploiting these children, it could just as well be you exploiting them in order to falsely charge me with promoting Trump. But without your example the thought wouldn’t occur to me because I’m a reasonable person. I don’t engage in that sort of pretzel illogic.

          But face facts; Trump is the only candidate these Latino groups are attacking in this way. Your illogic and unreasonableness blind you to this, which is in fact the crucial difference. A reasonable person would grasp that there is a huge gulf between Trump’s blunt talk about the outsized proportion of criminals among illegal aliens and the vague, half-hearted utterances most of the other candidates have made on the subject. Which is why fans of illegal aliens aren’t making pinata adds about other candidates.

          Maybe they’ll get around to making such ads about Cruz who alone among the other candidates has made statements close to Trump’s. And actually believes what he says as evidenced by his actions in the Senate. But illegal immigrant advocates will never make such ads about Rubio or Bush, who they believe are actually on the side of illegal immigrants. And for good reason. Their statements and actions show that whatever they might be mumbling now about criminal illegal aliens, they ARE on the side of illegal immigrants.

      “There is no candidate who hasn’t pointed out that our open border is letting in criminals, including, obviously, rapists. There is no candidate who first pointed this out only after Trump did when he entered the race in July.”

      Which of course is why this group is targeting all the other candidates…

      Perhaps you would care to provide the date all those other candidates pointed out “that our open border is letting in criminals”. Maybe start with jeb! or Rubio.

      Hey, maybe jeb! did it in espanol.

Char Char Binks | November 5, 2015 at 3:10 pm

I’ve found most Mexicans to be polite, and disdainful of such aggressive, rude coarseness, so I really don’t understand this. They’re certainly not winning any points with most Americans, but I guess the point is that the activists think they shouldn’t have to.

Sure, Trump called Mexicans “rapists”

No, he didn’t. He called the people the Mexican government is sending illegally over the border rapists (and other sorts of criminals). That’s a very different proposition, and broadly speaking it’s true.

Just in case it wasn’t clear: The people streaming unchecked over the Mexican border are not in any way representative of Mexicans in general. For one thing, most of them are not Mexican.

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