I’ve written about Hillary Clinton’s campaign co-chair Dolores Huerta before. During the massive illegal alien marches in 2006, she spoke at a public school in Tucson and proclaimed that “Republicans hate Latinos.”
<blockquote<"We didn't cross the border," the revered immigrant and farm worker advocate told an enthusiastic crowd of mostly college students. "The border crossed us."
…In her wide-ranging speech, which was sponsored by Arts and Lecture Series Committee and MECHA Latino faculty and staff, Huerta railed against anti-immigrant groups, the North American Free Trade Agreement, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's proposed state budget cuts to education, and U.S. government inaction on immigration reform.
…She said illegal workers were a critical bulwark of the national economy, yet were faced with virulent anti-illegal-immigrant groups such as the Minuteman Project that she said were "linked" to the United States government.
She said Immigration and Customs Enforcement crackdowns had deported 290,000 people to Latin American countries in what she characterized as an “ethnic cleansing.”
But anti-illegal-immigration efforts were doomed to failure, Huerta said, as illegal immigrants and naturalized Latinos had gained a foothold in the country.
“It’s really too late,” Huerta said of anti-illegal-immigration movements. “If 47 million (Latinos) have one baby each … it’s already won.”
…Huerta’s reception at the community college was overwhelmingly positive.
…”I liked how she said 75 percent of the world was people of color,” said SBVC student Randy Dale, 23. “We are the majority, and we should be in charge more, especially in the U.S.”
Don’t look for Republicans to say anything about this nutball.
She’s an ideological soul sister of John McCain’s extremist Hispanic outreach advisor, Juan Hernandez.
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