Jorge Ramos Gets Trumped—Having The "Worst Time" Of His Life In The United States
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Elections have consequences so they say, and open borders zealot Jorge Ramos is experiencing a big dose.

A recent Newsbusters post noted his unhappiness in the Trump Era. Apparently citizens now feel free to criticize the Univision star and his goal of Mexicans and hispanics generally overwhelming the US via legal and illegal immigration.

Jorge Ramos Says He’s Now Having the ‘Worst Time’ of His Life in U.S.,, December 20, 2017

Nearly a year into the Trump presidency, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos says he’s experiencing “the worst moment I’ve had in the 34 years I’ve been living in the United States.”

“With Donald Trump there, I have never been treated so badly. I have never been insulted so much. We’ve never been attacked so much. They have never tried to run us out as much as now,” Ramos vented in an interview with the Spanish radio network Cadena SER. . .

“Now the social media networks are terrible,” Ramos told his Spanish radio interviewer, Javier del Pino. “Before if someone wanted to insult you, they had to do it in person or by sending you an anonymous letter. Now they do it through the social media networks and the daily insults – you can enter my Facebook or Twitter – and they are there all the time,” lamented Ramos.

In the interview, Ramos continues to contend that Trump “was speaking about me” “he insulted me” along with the entire immigrant community in the U.S. on June 16, 2015 when during his presidential campaign announcement speech Trump slammed the lax border security that had permitted criminal elements from Mexico and other countries to illegally enter the United States.

“Donald Trump was blaming all of us for being rapists, criminals and drug traffickers,” said Ramos of Trump. Throughout much of the interview, Ramos also recounts his infamous encounter with Trump during the summer of 2015, when he was kicked out of a Trump press conference for failing to wait for the candidate to call on him as a questioner, and was only allowed to return to the press conference after agreeing to wait his turn and be called upon by the candidate.


So Mr. Special Ramos was miffed in 2015 when candidate Donald Trump didn’t fawn over his Mexican diversity in a news conference and told him to wait his turn. Ramos continued to interrupt, and Trump had him ejected.

Ramos made clear his ideology of Hispanic expansionism in a 2006 discussion with Bill Maher when he chirped happily, “Latinos are not only the largest minority right now, but eventually we will be the majority in the United States, and the process is well underway.”

And in February, Ramos declared in Spanish to a Spanish-speaking audience. “This is our country, not theirs” –“theirs” meaning American citizens who oppose unlimited immigration:

Jorge Ramos: America Is ‘Our Country, Not Theirs’—‘And We Are Not Going to Leave’,, Feb 27, 2017

. . . “I am an immigrant, just like many of you,” Ramos said in Spanish, as translated by the Media Research Center. “I am a proud Latino immigrant here in the United States. My name is Jorge Ramos, and I work at Univision and at the Fusion network.”

“And you know exactly what is going on here in the United States. There are many people who do not want us to be here, and who want to create a wall in order to separate us,” he said.

“But you know what? This is also our country. Let me repeat this: Our country, not theirs. It is our country. And we are not going to leave.

Tucker Carlson grilled Ramos on those hostile, anti-American statements a couple weeks later:

So it’s understandable why the Univision reporter is unhappy with a pro-American president in the White House, and #JorgeRamos also doesn’t like getting smacked around on Twitter — tough for him but fun for us!

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