During a campaign event in Texas, a Hispanic anti-Trump demonstrator gave an interview in which he issued a dire warning, which was actually more of a threat, to white Americans, should they end up putting The Donald into office, and it’s not going over too well.
Ronald Gonzales discussed presidential politics with a reporter from TheBlaze, and what he had to say was a ringing endorsement for the reasons people support the GOP frontrunner on his immigration issues.
“If these people get what they want, Trump in there, I guarantee you — you think the Mexicans are going to lay down that easily?” asked Gonzales. “We don’t ever say nothing.”
Gonzales claims that he’s not an open borders advocate, but he also said that illegals living in America “already got families and kids that are here,” which means they wouldn’t give in if a Trump administration started mass deportations.
“It ain’t gonna happen,” Gonzales said. “You really want the Mexicans to really, really stir, really get mad? Y’all don’t understand — we aren’t the minority anymore. We own Texas. Texas is Mexican-made. I’m five generations deep right here.”
The reporter pressed Gonzales on mass deportations, and rather than walking back his fiery statements, Gonzales doubled down and issued another threat.
“What do you think?” Gonzales asked incredulously. “You think the Hispanics are going to sit back and let these people come and take our parents away? … I’ve never called y’all crackers or nothing like that until this time,” he said. “Y’all call us Mexicans, spics and all that.”
“I fought all my life just for my kids wouldn’t be growing up to that,” Gonzales continued. “And now that Trump’s coming into the situation, he’s making it worse.”
Apparently, Gonzales and several people in the crowd who support Trump got into some fierce back and forths, but things remained peaceful for the most part.
Regardless, someone needs to remind Gonzales, and anybody else claiming that deportation is “breaking up families,” that those here illegally are free to leave at any time, and they’re more than welcome to take their children with them. It’s not our country’s fault they were irresponsible and broke the law, and it shouldn’t be up to us to pay the price for it either.
Besides, if he wants to blame anybody it should be those that encouraged people to come here illegally despite knowing there’s numerous laws against it, or those that knew there were laws against coming here illegally but chose to do so anyways. But whatever he does, the last people he should be mad at are those of us who want the law enforced.
After all, nobody wins when the law is selectively ignored, and just as we want immigration laws enforced, you know damn well he wants the laws that keep him safe in his home enforced. Do you think he’d be sympathetic if we started to advocate for such laws to be ignored?
What would you tell Gonzales if you were given the chance to speak directly to him?