On Wednesday’s edition of Tucker Carlson Tonight, host Tucker Carlson blasted Univision’s Jorge Ramos over a comment that he made while on the show.
The back and forth between Carlson and Ramos started out with the following exchange:
Carlson: “Get back to the point you were making a minute ago that Americans have no right to be concerned about the dramatic demographic change taking place in their country. Let me just stipulate, I’m for getting a long, I’m for color blindness, I’m for tolerance 100 percent. But I also think if things radically change in your country it’s okay for you to say ‘what is this?’ and ‘maybe I don’t want to live in a country that looks nothing like the country I grew up in.’ Is that bigoted? It seems to me in Mexico you’d be allowed to say that.”
Ramos: “Well we have to understand that there is a demographic wave or revolution if you want to call it, happening right here in the United States. Right now there are about 60 million Latinos and in about 35 years there is going to be 100 Latinos. 1 in 3 is going to be a Latino. So there is a demographic revolution or a Latino revolution going on. Now on the other hand if you are implying there is an invasion to the United States that is not true.”
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 9, 2017
Jorge Ramos is an agitator who said back in February:
“Let me repeat this: Our country, not theirs. It is our country. And we are not going to leave. We are nearly 60 million Latinos in the United States.”
It’s no wonder why more Latinos are now voting Republican than did in the past when they are represented by clowns like Jorge Ramos.
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