You know, it seems to me that the more ‘they’ keep throwing stuff at Trump in the hopes that ‘they’ can get something to stick, the more things seem to bounce off the man. Which proves that whatever Trump has said has been somewhat correct all along. And so it is, yet again, regarding the comments he has made regarding Judge Gonzalo Curiel. But let’s be perfectly frank here, what is it, exactly, that Trump could ever do or say that could rival in any way that which Hitlery has done by divulging state secrets, or by exposing the names of covert operatives to what has become, thanks to Barry, Hitlery and John Kerry-Heinz, our growing list of enemies?
While those involved in our state-controlled media, along with that group of GOP establishment types who proudly identify themselves as “#NeverTrump”, are busy dismissing claims made by Trump that the judge presiding over his current civil case on Trump University, Judge Gonzalo Curiel, is biased against him, it would seem that that is becoming more and more a very real possibility. Trump has been slammed as being a “racist” for claiming that Curiel’s Mexican heritage predisposes him to oppose Trump’s immigration policies, but it’s more than simple Mexican heritage that could be cause for alarm. Curiel, it seems, has made some very questionable associations.
As has already been pointed out by a number of sources, ‘Judge’ Curiel is a card carrying member of the California La Raza Lawyer’s Association. And it is this group’s San Diego chapter, to which Curiel belongs, that lists the pro-illegal group the National Council of La Raza, as a community member. And it has also now been revealed that one of the founders of the La Raza Lawyer’s Association called for California to be turned into a “Hispanic State” and that whites should “go back to Europe.” What follows here are portions of a 2010 Snopes report on La Raza Lawyer’s Association’s founder, Mario Obledo:
The lawyers’ association to which Judge Gonzalo Curiel belongs was co-founded by a man who publicly bragged about Hispanics taking over California and all of the state’s governmental institutions–and insisted that whites should go back to Europe.
The Snopes report from 2010 states: Mario Obledo was a co-founder of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and the La Raza Lawyers of California bar association, and he formerly served as California’s Secretary of Health and Welfare. We don’t know exactly when and where he first made his controversial statement about California’s becoming a “Hispanic state,” but he has confirmed he said it at least twice: during an appearance on Ray Briem’s talk radio show in May or June of 1998, and again on Tom Leykis’ talk radio show:
Obledo: “We’re going to take over all the political institutions of California. In five years the Hispanics are going to be the majority population of this state.”
Caller: “You also made the statement that California is going to become a Hispanic state, and if anyone doesn’t like it, they should leave. Did you say that?”
Obledo: “I did. They ought to go back to Europe.”
The statements were also reported by the New York Times in their 2010 obituary for Obledo.
And it should be noted that MALDEF is also listed as a community affiliate of the San Diego La Raza Lawyer’s website. Judge Curiel’s connection to the National Council of La Raza and to Obledo could be tangential, or it could be more substantive, but either way I think we can expect there to be very little chance that any of the industrious journalists who are members of our state-controlled media will be wanting to waste any of their valuable time investigating the matter, especially if it were to prove that Trump’s concerns might actually have merit. After all, they didn’t bother to investigate Barry’s many questionable associations back in 2008 or in 2012.
So look, to the untrained eye it would at least appear that Trump’s claims, however badly articulated they may have been, may have been substantively correct. However, it will never be corrected by the state-controlled media that Trump was right about this judge having connections to anti-white/pro-Hispanic groups. Because, you see, this is what it means to be a “civil rights” advocator today. White people need to go back where you belong so we can make this state all for the race we like. This guy says this with no repercussions at all. And if you protest you are attacked as being a bigot. Remind me again how privileged I am to be a white male?
And again as a bit of a reminder, it was back in June off 1998 that this guy, Obledo, pretty clearly articulated his racialist agenda by stating, “We’re going to take over all the political institutions of California. California is going to be a Hispanic state and anyone who doesn’t like it should leave. If they [whites] don’t like Mexicans, they ought to go back to Europe.” And it was around that same time period that he told the Los Angeles Times: “It’s inevitable that Hispanics or Mexican Americans are going to control the institutions of the state of California in the not-too-distant future. If people don’t like that, they can leave.”
So as usually the case whenever you shine the light of truth on liberals what you tend to find, right up to the highest office in the land, are people who hate America, hate Christians and hate white people. Which is why, in all likelihood, that Barry appointed this guy to the bench in the first place. There’s zero interest in preserving and/or abiding by our Constitution, it’s all about moving the progressive agenda forward. This judge is nothing more than a political hack wearing a black robe and Trump has done nothing more than to shine that light of truth upon him. And there’s nothing racist here, despite the many efforts to claim that such is the case.
I would like to remind folks of how, just last year, immigration Judge A. Ashley Tabaddor sued the DOJ after it forced her to recuse herself from “all immigration cases involving Iranians.” Barry’s DOJ first became “concerned with the appearance of impropriety” after Tabaddor, who is of Iranian descent, attended a 2012 White House meeting with other high-profile Iranian-Americans. Before signing off on her attending the meeting, Tabaddor’s DOJ superiors recommended she recuse herself from any future cases involving Iranian nationals, yet when she returned to Los Angeles ‘after’ the summit, that recommendation “became an official order.”