Monday, September 7, 2015

Immigration Lawyer: Jorge Ramos Has No Moral Authority

We’ve all heard the horror stories about “migrants” making their way from Central America into Mexico.  We’ve seen pictures of rape trees where victims’ panties are hung from branches.  So it’s a little grating being lectured by Mexican government officials and their agents in the United States like Jorge Ramos.

Rafael Alejandro Hernández is also appalled at the audacity of people like Jorge Ramos.  He is a Cuban lawyer living in Mexico and is on the frontlines battling Mexico’s hypocrisy and inhumanity.  Here is an excerpt from his op-ed lambasting Mexico’s renowned double agent.

“Mr Ramos, you as Mexican citizen have no moral authority whatsoever to criticize U.S. immigration policy.

“You claim to be a journalist not a politician. But Mr Donald Trump threw you out only because you were impertinent and completely out of line. Your behavior was shameful. In fact you weren’t even asking a question. You were making outright declarations. Some journalist!

“Every week thousands of Cubans migrants to Mexico are arrested, beaten, extorted and swindled by the Mexican gov. in collusion with the Castro tyranny! But I’ve never heard you utter a peep against the Mexican government over this, Mr Jorge Ramos! And you claim to be a proud and vocal Mexican citizen, Mr Jorge Ramos!

“Why not come to your Mexico and try telling President Pena Nieto that deporting Cubans to Castro means they’ll live in a prison. Why not practice what you preach, Mr Ramos?

“You denounce the U.S.–a country that opened its doors to you, yourself, sir–but you refuse to utter a peep against your native Mexico, that deports Cubans not because they’re delinquents–but as a matter of policy.

“I’m speaking to you as someone who was jailed for 49 days in a Mexican prison for migrants and freed only after a hunger strike where I almost died.

“Next time you attend a Trump press conference you might ask permission to speak, and wait your turn like all the others. And since you seem to like to talk without permission, Mr Ramos, come to Mexico and try that stunt!”

Better yet, try that stunt as a woman.


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