Dear Janet Murguía
President and CEO
National Council of La Raza, NCLR
I am reading with interest lots of Latinos are now seeking U.S. citizenship so this way they can vote against Mr. Trump because they are unhappy that he will enforce US immigration laws and build a wall across our southern border.
On your website you claim to be non partisan but apparently it seems the predominant idea is that you register these fine folks as democrats to vote against Mr. Trump because they don’t like his belief that U.S. sovereignty should be protected.
Just my opinion. I hope its ok that I write to you English. I can write in Spanish if that will help you translate.
You also state that you will continue to focus on the issues and policies that matter to the Latino community across the country. You state “We will continue to prioritize voter registration—”
La Raza (NCLR) has registered 500,000 new voters to date—as well as pressing issues in immigration, education, employment and the economy, and health care.
We will turn our eyes and ears to 2016 to make sure that our voices are heard at the ballot box and on Capitol Hill.
Very good. We need these folks paying taxes to help fund the wall.
With this in mind if you are opposed to a wall across our southern border will you also lobby the Mexican government to tear down the wall they built between Guatemala and Mexico.
If people from Guatemala want to sneak into Mexico it is very difficult due to this border wall. I mean come on.
If people from Guatemala want to sneak into the USA for all the tax payer funded free stuff they first have to climb this dang wall in Mexico. Now that is not fair.
Will you also lobby the Mexican government to change their immigration laws to allow us Americans to enter into Mexico and collect Mexican welfare, Taco Bell food stamps, Mexican social security benefits, Nogales government housing, a free phone, free education for our kids and translators paid for by the Mexican government.
Much appreciate you help in this matter.
I will send a link to this column to the Mexican Embassy in Washington, D.C. to keep them in the loop.
Oh, and before you call me a racist my Colombian fiancée sends her regards to you all along with all her family in Bogota South America.
They have asked me to tell you to make sure you tell your Hispanic base if they want to come to the United States they need to get their asses in line at the U.S. Consulate offices then pass a police investigation and FBI check, pass a physical exam and learn to speak English and wait the 2 years like she did.