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Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

The President Show: A Tiny Dose of Trump

Thursday, July 7th, 2016

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In this first “Tiny Dose of Trump” we look at his first speech as a candidate in Manchester New Hampshire in June 2015. Note that his face is blocked by the sign “Mexicans Are People Not Criminals” in this tiny clip which includes the crux of the Donalds Candidacy and his potential presidency within seconds of starting his campaign an on looker screams “Because ur unselfish” And Trump counters “thats right I am unselfish” is that true…and how giving and high energy would a trump presidency be….the key word here is giving. The level of selfishness in the Trump effort is a BIG question in Election 2016.

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Jennicet Gutiérrez, The LGBT Activist Who Heckled Obama on LGBT Immigration

Friday, June 26th, 2015

The Activists: Jennicet Gutierrez, an activist on behalf of undocumented LGBT immigrants on Democracy Now from The Georgia Pictures Company on Vimeo.

Jennicet Gutiérrez, an undocumented trans woman immigrant from Mexico, interrupted the president at the beginning of his address shouting for him to “release all LGBTQ immigrants from detention and stop all deportations” Obama fired back, to the the sound of applause from annoyed White House guests, and told her, “You’re in my house” and “Shame on you” before having her escorted out of the premises.

“By booing me and not letting me be clear on the message, yeah, it seemed like they don’t care; to me it was very hurtful and heartbreaking to see my own community turning a back on me,” Gutierrez said to Fox News Latino referring to the crowd at the White House.

“It seemed like they were more concerned to be firing up social media with selfies and knowing they were at the White House with the president,” she added. “To me that is not an issue. An issue is the violence that we are facing in these detention centers,” she said.

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