Skip to comments.Jorge Ramos Isn't a Journalist. He's the General of the Illegal Immigration Invasion!
Posted on 08/26/2015 1:34:44 PM PDT by Kaslin
RUSH: Let me grab the phones, quickly, and get started with this. Houston, Texas. Umberto, it's great to have you on the program, sir. Hello.
CALLER: Yes, hello. Hi, Rush.
RUSH: How are you doing, Umberto?
CALLER: Not bad, not bad. It's a privilege to be able to be on your show.
RUSH: Thank you, sir.
CALLER: Okay, no problem. Listen, this thing about this Jorge Ramos from Univision. The guy was really out of line. The guy had no... If I were Univision, I would fire him in a minute, because this represents, I hope, what Univision stands for, as being a program for the benefit of people in the Latin community. However, this guy, Ramos, doesn't seem to be educated at all. And you can't blame it on the culture, because people are supposed to be educated. And if you're talking to someone, you're supposed to wait until they finish speaking before you can respond. And Trump was really in line when he told him to sit down because he was not addressed. He only addressed --
RUSH: You know what, Umberto? You know what the New York Times said this looked like.
RUSH: It looked like Trump at the border telling an illegal immigrant, "Go get in line. It's not your turn; you can't come in." The New York Times reported this incident looked like exactly what Trump would do dealing with illegal immigration. Here you had Jorge Ramos, who was violating the rules (which is commonplace for journalists). He stands up. He's not a journalist, he's not asking questions, he shows up as an activist. His entire purpose is to try to embarrass Trump or to trick Trump into saying something dangerous or negative for Trump or bad.
And Trump's not falling for it. Trump tells him to sit down, shut up, it's not his turn, nobody called on him. And he wouldn't sit down and shut up. He would not behave with good manners. So Donald gave his security guy a little nod; the security guy comes over and walks little Jorge out. And Jorge says, "Don't touch me! Don't touch me!" And then Trump invites him back in later when it's his turn, and then spends five minutes with the guy, more than he spent with any other journalist.
And in the process, illustrated there's nothing journalistic about Jorge Ramos. His entire purpose... There was a part of me that wanted Trump to ask him, "Hey, Jorge, what are you really doing? What is your job? How do you see your job, Jorge? What are you doing?" I'm glad he didn't, just from a power positioning. But something I'd like to ask because I'd like to put the guy on the spot.
Donald Trump Spars with Jorge Ramos on Illegal Immigration; Ramos Gets Tossed from Presser
Because this guy has got this credit as the Walter Cronkite of Latino media. By the way, what is this "Latino media"? We have "black media," we have "Latino media," we have...? Why is the media now bifurcated or trifurcated or what have you? Latino media? So we got media only for Latinos uttered in Spanish? Yeah. Jeb Bush goes there; talks in Spanish to 'em. What is that?
Well, it's clear what it is. But Jorge was allowed back in when it's his turn, and Trump engaged with him and answered his questions. He chatted back and made it obvious that Jorge Ramos has one interest, and that is... Well, he's not somebody standing on the corner watching all this happening and then telling people about it. Jorge Ramos is an activist for illegal immigration.
Jorge Ramos is a supporter of illegal immigration, supporter of illegal immigrants, and everything that's attached to them. And he's disguised as a Walter Cronkite-type journalist on Univision. And that's how he gets away with his activism. And he is. I think Jorge Ramos is a microcosm of a whole lot of other journalists who are activists themselves and pushing an agenda. Thanks for the call, Umberto. I really glad to have you in the audience.
RUSH: Now, folks, I tell you what, I've got the audio of the Trump presser with Jorge Ramos. I watched it on TV and I've listened to some of the audio and I watched it again because there's a lot of noise on the airplane. I still haven't been able to hear the whole thing. I'm not able to hear what Jorge says. I've got a transcript. That's the only reason. So I don't know if it's productive or worthwhile to play this thing, particularly since probably everybody's seen it by now. But I'll play maybe a little bit of it just to give you a sample and then dig deep into all of these -- we've got the Trump staff.
He’s a runt, isn’t he.
Theyre not immigrants !!!
Theyre illegal aliens..
Watch Tom Woods’s video, “Interview with a Zombie.” Then watch Jorge Ramos interviewing Ted Cruz. It’s almost the same video.
Woods and a Zombie:
Cruz and Ramos:
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