Donald Trump Issues Statement Regarding Trump University Lawsuit and La Raza Judge Curiel…

Here is the official statement from candidate Donald Trump:

trump lg headshot“It is unfortunate that my comments have been misconstrued as a categorical attack against people of Mexican heritage. I am friends with and employ thousands of people of Mexican and Hispanic descent. The American justice system relies on fair and impartial judges. All judges should be held to that standard. I do not feel that one’s heritage makes them incapable of being impartial, but, based on the rulings that I have received in the Trump University civil case, I feel justified in questioning whether I am receiving a fair trial.

Over the past few weeks, I have watched as the media has reported one inaccuracy after another concerning the ongoing litigation involving Trump University. There are several important facts the public should know and that the media has failed to report.

Throughout the litigation my attorneys have continually demonstrated that students who participated in Trump University were provided a substantive, valuable education based upon a curriculum developed by professors from Northwestern University, Columbia Business School, Stanford University and other respected institutions. And, the response from students was overwhelming.

Over a five year period, more than 10,000 paying students filled out surveys giving the courses high marks and expressing their overwhelming satisfaction with Trump University’s programs. For example:

  • Former student Tarla Makaeff, the original plaintiff in the litigation, not only completed multiple surveys rating Trump University’s three-day seminar “excellent” in every category, but also praised Trump University’s mentorship program in a glowing 5 plus minute video testimonial. When asked “how could Trump University help to meet [her] goals”, she simply stated “[c]ontinue to offer great classes.” Once the plaintiffs’ lawyers realized how disastrous a witness she was, they asked to have her removed from the case. Over my lawyers’ objections, the judge granted the plaintiffs’ motion, but allowed the case to continue.
  • Art Cohen, a lead plaintiffs in the litigation, completed a survey in which he not only rated Trump University’s three-day seminar “excellent” in virtually every category, but went so far as to indicate that he would “attend another Trump University seminar” and even “recommend Trump University seminars to a friend.” When asked how Trump University could improve the seminar, Mr. Cohen’s only suggestion was to “[h]ave lunch sandwiches brought in” and make the lunch break 45 minutes.
  • Former student Bob Giullo, who has been critical of Trump University in numerous interviews and negative advertisements from my political opponents, also expressed his satisfaction, rating Trump University’s programs “excellent” in every category. When asked how Trump University could improve its programs, Mr. Giullo simply asked that students be provided “more comfortable chairs.”

Indeed, these are just a few of literally thousands of positive surveys, all of which can be viewed online at

For those students who decided that Trump University’s programs were not for them, the company had a generous refund policy, offering a full refund to any student who asked for their money back within 3 days of signing up for a program or by the end of the first day of any multi-day program, whichever came later.

Normally, legal issues in a civil case would be heard in a neutral environment. However, given my unique circumstances as nominee of the Republican Party and the core issues of my campaign that focus on illegal immigration, jobs and unfair trade, I have concerns as to my ability to receive a fair trial.

I am fighting hard to bring jobs back to the United States. Many companies – like Ford, General Motors, Nabisco, Carrier – are moving production to Mexico. Drugs and illegal immigrants are also pouring across our border. This is bad for all Americans, regardless of their heritage.

Due to what I believe are unfair and mistaken rulings in this case and the Judge’s reported associations with certain professional organizations, questions were raised regarding the Obama appointed Judge’s impartiality. It is a fair question. I hope it is not the case.

While this lawsuit should have been dismissed, it is now scheduled for trial in November. I do not intend to comment on this matter any further. With all of the thousands of people who have given the courses such high marks and accolades, we will win this case!”

Donald J. Trump

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Here’s a recap of current events:

  • The attorney group leading the lawsuit against Trump are heavily involved in Democrat politics and have paid Bill and Hillary Clinton $675,000 for “speeches”. (link)
  • The Judge in the lawsuit is an open borders immigration activist with direct ties to San Diego La Raza, and has openly engaged with them on their political endeavors. (link) and (link) including scholarships for illegal aliens.
  • The Trump lawsuit relies (in part) on testimony from a former disgruntled employee of the Trump Organization who went to work for notorious #NeverTrump activist Glenn Beck. (link)
  • The Judge then “accidentally” releases court records which provides the media with the names, locations, and contact information of the plaintiffs and witnesses in the case, which fuels the media narrative. (link)
  • After the “mistaken” release, Judge Curiel reseals the court records. (link)
  • The Judge is a lifetime member of an ethnic legal group, HNBA, whose specific and publicly expressed intentions are to target Donald Trump’s business interests (link) Here’s Judge Curiel’s Senate Judiciary Questionnaire (See Page #4)

July 2nd 2015 Press Release:

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Any Questions?

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428 Responses to Donald Trump Issues Statement Regarding Trump University Lawsuit and La Raza Judge Curiel…

  1. Ace says:

    It’s slowly dawning on Paul Ryan that he stepped into another Trump Trap:

    Liked by 23 people

    • Diane Maree says:

      Trump’s base stands with him. He is everything that represents being American. Ryan is an investor, never won even a statewide election and is probably a part of the governmental importation and distribution of illegal drugs in this nation. The time has come to take matters into our own hands before Hitlary and Bill begin selling off states, all of our natural resources and our water to foreigners. Rise, Americans, rise, to the occasion of reconstruction.

      Liked by 13 people

    • Humble Soul says:

      It’s slowly dawning on Paul Ryan that he stepped into another Trump Trap: This statement you wrote above doesn’t have anything to do with the subject matter of the hyperlinked article itself. Misleading!

      Liked by 1 person

    • ethicall says:

      Was that ‘Current Event’ recap with the press statement? It needs to be.

      Liked by 3 people

    • greg789blog says:

      Thanks for the link – Ryan read like a man trying to backtrack off slippery ice.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Terz says:

      Wile your comment is completely off-topic, I would assume that people who are registered as UK voters in Germany, which is not a place where Britons traditionally go to holiday or retire to, would overwhelmingly vote for the UK to remain in the EU. If their votes have been lost due to a failure either of the German postal system and/or the British authorities, it will be good for the ‘leave’ camp. It also could provide a chance to repeat the referendum, unless the issue is timely adressed.

      It should be noted that The Guardian, a pro-EU liberal paper, uses this opportunity to shill for more international regulation.

      PS: I think it is the job of the British government to comply with the postal systems of foreign countries when they organize their postal vote.


  2. freddy says:

    Ryan and Newt are sleezy opportunists to take most of this out of context and using it like a dagger to wound Trump. They know he’s not racist yet pumped it out there as such. The MSM has had a field day with these two betrayers words and comments. I’d like to say thank you Trump for exposing another la raza operative like the chief of police…I syand with your statements and totally disavow the GOPe guys trying to stop you…..

    Liked by 18 people

    • Eric Kennedy says:

      I left this note on Ryan’s Facebook page:

      Let’s review the actions of a national traitor, Paul Ryan:

      (1) Violent protestors attacked American citizens at a peaceful political gathering, burning the American flag, flying Mexican flags, and holding signs that say California belongs to Mexico. The Mexican-American mayor (a member of La Raza – an anti-American Mexican Nationalist organization) tells the Mexican-American police chief (a member of La Raza) to stand down. Not a peep out of Ryan.

      (2) A Democrat-affiliated, Mexican-American judge appointed by Obama and affiliated with a La Raza lawyers organization is the judge presiding over a legal case for the GOP nominee. Trump points this out. Ryan calls him a racist.

      More evidence of the fact that Ryan prefers Hillary Clinton to be President. Why? Because it preserves the uni-party status quo. Also keeps things cozy at home since Ryan is married to a former Democrat lobbyist.

      Liked by 39 people

    • Guest says:

      I’m glad Newt outed himself (yet again) before Trump makes his VP pick. I am sometimes disheartened at conservatives’ short memories when I hear them touting Newt and others who have proven over and over again that they can’t be trusted.

      Liked by 12 people

      • TheseTruths says:

        When Newt was running for president in 2012, Glenn Beck demonstrated that Newt was a progressive, and I agreed with Beck, though many people to this day criticize him for that. That was back in the days when Beck actually vetted people and abided by his own rule of taking people at their word. Sad to say, THAT Glenn Beck no longer exists; but I believe he was right about Newt. Newt is one of many who say good things and do just enough to make you think he’s on your side, and then he shows his true colors. It’s a shame because Newt is probably smarter and more talented than most of Congress.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Calgarian says:

        Trump picked his VP a long time ago.

        Liked by 5 people

      • greg789blog says:

        Agree – I don’t think Trump would have picked Newt but he sure won’t now.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Mike says:

          Newt has exiled himself again. STFU Newtie


          • singingsoul says:

            I feel there is more going on in the background we are not privy off. I believe there is still a group who is working on finding anything they can on Trump to exclude him or void his nomination. This might be at the convention or later when he has to be rarefied. I believe it will be later because its less messy. They all will be back reelected and secure and they will put Ryan in or Romney who is very quiet. Be all very prepared.

            Liked by 2 people

            • ronnie says:

              I agree, Cruz, Ryan, the Bush’s, and the rest of the GOP Globalist are still plotting to unseat Trumps nomination. “But God”. That term is very often in the Old Testament time period covering the reign of the Kings. Every time an evil King plotted something against the righteous there would be this term “but God”. This is a movement Trumpers, God moving this nation and believe me when I say “the reign of the false Kings is over”.

              Liked by 5 people

      • mossback says:

        Not sure of the source, hopefully someone here can also verify………..the GOP or someone connected to the GOP offered Trump 200 million for Newt as VP and were turned down……..if this is true, then this explains the attacks that are now coming.


      • bamainatlanta says:

        add the disgusting John Bolton to the list. Please Mr. Trump. Do not appoint that man as Sec of State, unless you want more unnecessary wars in the ME and with Russia.


    • joanfoster says:

      You can add McConnell to the list as well as unindicted, inside trader Sen. Corker who appeared on Bret Baier tonight. I am so sick of defending Trump against Republicans I am running out of steam. Seeing that snake Ryan and McConnell on the screen really did it for me today. It is heartening to read so many conservative writers and pundits defend Trump but they never see the light of day on Fox.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Garrison Hall says:

      “Ryan and Newt are sleezy opportunists to take most of this out of context and using it like a dagger to wound Trump.”

      They did this because, like a great many white people, they’re absolutely phobic about even mentioning ethnicity or race in a critical comment. Calling Trump a racist for raising questions about a judge with close ties to La Raza, close ties to the very open-borders ideologies that Trump opposes; a judge who conveniently set a court date for an obviously politicized anti-Trump “show trial” for next November just goes to show how completely ignorant the “national leaders” (along with the talking head media) are about Mexican-American politics and culture. Why is it “racist” to bring up apparent bias in a Mexican-American judge when it isn’t “racist” to complain about “too many” White people on a grand jury or demand that the white District Attorney in Ferguson recuse himself from prosecuting black protesters?

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      • “White” is NOT a race. CAUCASIAN is a race and includes MANY dark skinned peoples including Italians, Spaniards, Turks, Greeks and many throughout the middle east. It also includes fair skinned peoples of the northern parts. Many Hispanics and Latino peoples are in fact Caucasian. I don’t mean blonde and blue eyed, I mean black hair and olive skin or even darker skin. Caucasian has many shades of skin color.

        If Americans continue to confuse skin color with race, the division of United States will continue.


  3. teaforall says:

    Trump was right to say that the judge was biased due to his Hispanic heritage,,,,, and Social media was the one to open this can of worms and exposed LaRaza. Now everyone is talking about LaRaza and what this group is really about. LET TRUMP BE TRUMP ..

    Liked by 21 people

  4. PremAmerica says:

    This statement means nothing.

    I think Trump has a hit job of his own coming on Hillary tonight. He is simply clearing the deck for it.

    Watch. It ought to be fun.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. Suzy Kiprien says:

    A ‘Crooked Hillary’ ally.
    If I am not mistaken, Crooked Hillary is the only Facebook/Twitter in English AND in Spanish.
    I love the Spanish language but no place for it in an American election.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. daughnworks247 says:

    Posted yesterday morning:
    We should know better by now. Let me know if you are starting to see the pattern I am starting to see.
    1A. Trump announces candidacy, makes comment about “some” illegal immigrants from Mexico being rapists and murderers.
    1B. Media explodes.
    1C. America learns about sanctuary cities and begins real discussion over political motivation of unchecked immigration and H1B Visas.
    1D. Trump owns immigration issue and the people are on his side.

    2A. Trump makes comments about McCain not necessarily being a hero. For 30 yrs, McCain was go-to “military guy” for Republicans.
    2B. Media explodes.
    2C. America learns Nixon pardoned McCain for violation of Code of Conduct by talking/co-operating with his captors. America learned McCain, during the ’90’s, stymied efforts of families of the missing POW’s and we learned the founder of Rolling Thunder was so opposed to a McCain Presidency, he wrote an open letter calling on McCain to resign.
    2D. Trump speaks about love and proper care of veterans. Trump owns the military issue.

    3A. Trump makes comments after Paris bombing and San Bernadino shooting calling for TEMPORARY ban on Muslim immigration “until we can figure out what the hell is going on”.
    3B. Media explodes.
    3C. America, Europe, China, Japan, India, all begin serious examination of Muslim immigration. Hundreds of articles are written and polls taken. Conclusion = we have a problem. Governors begin to reject settlement of these immigrants. Jeh Johnson, head of Homeland Security, admits they cannot be vetted properly.
    3D. Trump leads Clinton on issue of dealing with ISIS by double digits.

    4A. Trump makes comments about NATO being old-fashioned, needs to be brought into current century, allies are riding on taxpayer backs and taking advantage of the USA, NATO need to include terrorism component as well.
    4B. Media explodes. Foreign policy “experts” explode.
    4C. America learns only 5 of 28 countries pay their bill and some countries have been in arrears on payments since 1971. The USA is paying for over 70% of NATO cost.
    4D. Trump’s foreign policy numbers go up and world leaders become “nervous”, according to Obama. Good. Today, NATO adds “Intelligence Component” to NATO.

    5A. Trump makes comments about unimportant Judge Curiel in the Trump Univ case being Mexican and affiliated with La Raza.
    5B. Media explodes.
    5C. America wakes up to the communist/radical leanings of La Raza, which receives federal funds (30 million in CA alone). America learns La Raza promotes illegal immigration – which many legal Latino’s do not like. Is La Raza the left’s answer to “controlling” the hispanic community like the Dem’s run rough-shod over the black community? Is this the goal of the Dem’s?
    5D. Could this be a Trump attempt to peel back the veil of intent about La Raza and cause Mexican-Americans to question the ultimate goals of this organization? In this way, Trump “forces” Hispanic voters to decide; Are they Mexican-Americans who riot in the streets for $15/hr and attack people OR are they peaceful people simply looking for a better life.
    Is this also a way to expose the Laureate Case, whereby Hillary funneled 55 million in grants from State Dept and Bill walked away with 16.4 million in earnings (which were NOT reported for 5 years)?
    Every time the media explodes, I’m starting to watch Trump closely. The story unfolds over several days.

    Liked by 41 people

  7. Red says:

    These pansies in Washington absolutely make me sick. We have been force fed this PC crap for years. I am disgusted with all of them! Keep smoking them out Donald. Kick ass and we will take the names! Everyone of them should be voted out of office!

    Liked by 6 people

    • joanfoster says:

      And please teach these smucks the difference between a race and an ethnicity.

      Liked by 5 people

      • telerider says:

        And a nationality…

        Liked by 5 people

      • Red says:

        Isn’t that the truth Joan…..I was taught there were three those being Caucasian, Mongolian and Negroid. All of us fit into one of the three or are a mixture of the three.

        Liked by 3 people

        • joanfoster says:

          Not surprising the blond airhead pundits on The Five (Dana, Megan McCain, Kirstin Powers, etc.) kept referring to the racist comments. I just cannot believe how dumb these people are.

          Liked by 2 people

          • margarite1 says:

            I wonder….I am half Hispanic (the rest of me is English/Scottish but I won’t talk about that) so who can I sue? There must be a way for me to demand money for wrongs done to me by rassists! In leiu of getting money for nothing..can I be handed a plum government job? Do I need to become a democrat to get this money? Probably the answer is yes.

            Liked by 3 people

          • Trump said that American education is now rated #33 in the world and below many THIRD WOLD COUNTRIES. I have to say this is the reason. Because in my day Americans were intelligent and educated when America was bright and smart. So many ignorant and uneducated people now, even American colleges teach this BULLshevik. I HAVE to believe it is the educational system AND TeLIEvision and radio mind programming.

            Liked by 1 person

  8. Reality Wins says:

    According to the progressives, because a judge is part of the judicial system they cannot possibly be biased based on race. Police officers are also part of the judicial system so the same rule should apply to them. The progressives need to call for all lawsuits against white police officers by the DOJ to be dropped immediately because they can’t be biased against someone based on race. Goose meet gander.

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  9. Not sure I like”misconstrued.” Lying leftist media vermin and cowardly RINO lies would have been better. Sadly I’m in Commiefornia but was happy to vote for DJT today. Left the rest of the ballot blank

    Liked by 11 people

  10. Humble Soul says:

    2 important points of this statement which I think, are pertinent:
    1.”The American justice system relies on fair and impartial judges. All judges should be held to that standard”.

    ”Due to what I believe are unfair and mistaken rulings in this case and the Judge’s reported associations with certain professional organizations, questions were raised regarding the Obama appointed Judge’s impartiality. It is a fair question.”

    Liked by 3 people

  11. TrumpIllinois2016 says:

    So many idiots on here saying Trump University is a distraction from the issues. That would be like Clinton saying the e-mail scandal is a distraction from the issues. Both scandals are campaign issues that will linger until November. Instead of trying to hide from a lingering issue, Trump is effectively doing damage control. Unlike Clinton who has already admitted that she made a “mistake” with respect to her scandal.

    From now until November anytime the trump university lawsuit is brought up, voters will immediately question whether the lawsuit has merit bc the judge is biased. It’s called playing effective defense, and defense wins championships. Now after a successful defensive possession, you can go back on the offensive.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. ezpz says:

    Meanwhile, I heard some rumblings on one of the channels — something about a convention crisis or something like that. They WOULDN’T, would they?


  13. The Other Jim says:

    I read the following comment from another website and I think it might be the most accurate analysis of what Trump is doing with regards to this La Raza judge;

    “[Donald Trump’s] recent comment about the judge overseeing one of the lawsuits he is dealing with struck me at first as being off-key. He repeatedly called the guy a “Mexican” although he was born in the US and is, of course, a citizen. And there is the fact that challenging the fitness of a judge on the basis of heritage or personal politics has long been considered out of bounds.

    Then it occurred to me. Yes, that would be out of bounds in a coherent nation state. But what if we now live in an emerging multi ethnic empire? That is a very different thing.

    I think that DT is throwing down another gauntlet. He is saying, in effect, “Reverse the move toward being a multi-ethnic empire or we (his supporters) will start acting on the premise that the USA actually is one.” That is, “white” people will begin to manifest concern for their explicit self interest just like any other group. In other words, the meaning of “we” changes when an historic nation state turns into something else.

    He is calling their (the elites) bluff.


    Trump is playing chess while the Left and Republican Establishment are still playing checkers…

    Liked by 16 people

    • Yes, saw same comment. Insightful

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    • ZZZ says:

      …“white” people will begin to manifest concern for their explicit self interest just like any other group.


      We have been brainwashed to silently take the white-guilt lashes over and over and over again. I am tired of it. My ancestry is Irish-Italian. We didn’t own slaves, we came here 3 generations ago legally, we work hard, pay taxes and are law-abiding citizens. I am tired of being told I am unworthy because I’m white.

      It goes both ways.

      Liked by 17 people

      • ZZZ says:

        And, yet, I must add that I am not so unworthy to pay into the welfare that many benefit from…yet they want me dead.

        stupid, crazy hate for no reason.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Same here; my parents were first generation Americans…grandparents came over here in the belly of freighter in the early 1900’s from Slovenia…hard working, blue collar salt of the earth family…my sisters and I were the first to go to college, my uncles and cousins were janitors in factories….no nothing about slaves…came here to work for a better life…for their children…I am so sick of Obama and the left…

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      • In AZ says:

        No one mentions that Obama’s ancestors, the Arabs and Black Kenyons and Caucasion Europeans, were all involved in capturing, buying, and owning slaves.

        Liked by 2 people

    • pyromancer76 says:

      The judge also is a Mexican citizen through his parents, as I understand it — dual citizenship. I think he was an anchor baby. Which citizenship is he abiding by as a U.S. judge?

      Liked by 5 people

    • Ruffin says:

      The judge is not legal, his parents were not legal and were never US citizens, his Mother’s obituary stated that she was a Mexican citizen.
      Do not believe the lying media re his or his parents legality.

      Liked by 2 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        I just got started on the family history, but here is what I have so far.

        The Judge’s father, he came to the USA from Mexico in Sep 1923 to work. He was here for the 1930 Census in Cali working in the salt mines. He came into the USA from Mexico on numerous occasions. By 1946 he was living in Indiana and working in the steel mills. He left in Feb 1946 to go to Mexico to get a young bride. He married there, and came back with his bride in 1946 to “resume residence”. She came here to “reside permanently”. Both listed their language as Spanish.

        They had four children while in the USA. He died in 1964, and was listed by his own wife as a Citizen of Mexico on his Death Certificate. She, herself, did not naturalize until 1969. That makes all four children anchor babies. Just because you are born in the USA, it does not make you American, or a Citizen of America. He was here 41 years and never naturalized. It took her 18 years. Incredible how these people get away with this, ad then EXPECT/DEMAND amnesty.

        BTW, I don’t know if the Judge or his two other siblings have lied about their parents naturalization status, but his brother Raul clearly has. And this same false article is being used as supposed source/reference material to back up those lies on Wikipedia.


    • You lost me with the “white” crap. White is NOT a race, Caucasian is. And the judge is both white skinned AND Caucasian. Mexican is not a race. Hispanic is not a race. Latino is not a race. A person can be any race and be Mexican, Hispanic, Latino.

      Americans need to get out and travel more. Come to Southern Europe where Caucasians are olive, dark skinned, brown eyes, black hair, white skin, blue eyes, blonde hair and can’t tell Italian from Spanish from Greek and Middle Eastern in some cases.


  14. Martell says:

    Convention crisis: Yes. Why do you think Ryan and turtleneck whatshisname did not raise a voice against the attacks on Trump supporters, and instead ganged up on Trump? They are positioning Ryan to be the nominee. They don’t need us. We are being replaced by the wise Latinos.

    They WILL attempt to steal the nomination from Trump (us).

    Liked by 2 people

  15. freegz says:

    FoxNews Special Report is unwatchable. Lead story by Carl Cameron and panel on the matter. Lightweight Dana Perino and Trump hater Steve Hayes on the panel. Bret Baier was bad too.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Martin says:

      It’s awful. Even the alleged Trump supporter Dr. Loudon is making weak statements on Trump’s behalf.


      • freegz says:

        I tune in and give Fox a chance but change the channel immediately once they start bashing Trump. I have zero interest in the Trump University case. This country is being overrun by illegals, is 20 trillion in debt, has 95 million out of the work force, and can’t beat ISIS. And I’m supposed to be concerned about some ambulance chasing lawyers trying to get money out of Donald. If he wasn’t super rich the case would never have been brought.

        Liked by 5 people

    • Carol Miklica says:

      What has happened to the pencil neck on the All Star Panel? Was he put in the corner for not smiling enough. Can’t stomach those idiots…Baier lately too!


    • wyntre says:

      Switch to Fox Business News. Charles Payne at 6pm is far more objective than Baier and Lou Dobbs at 7pm is brilliant.

      Liked by 5 people

    • farmhand1927 says:

      Watch Lou Dobbs on Fox Business Channel. You’ll feel at home and your blood pressure will stay at a healthy rate.

      Liked by 4 people

      • I sat outside and read an Aldous Huxley book-checking in periodically on the CTH-the essays and pieces today, especially the one on the GOPe Quislings are just what the doctor ordered for me. I just keep seeing and remembering: “Remember–this is an INSURGENCY”!

        Liked by 3 people

      • PatriotKate says:

        Why, oh why do so many sit here and obsess over what the pundits on Fox and other media say? We already know that most people don’t trust the media. We already know that Congress has a dismal rating.

        Good grief, at best their viewership is in the 3 million range out of a U.S. population of over 300 million? Who cares? Most people don’t even know who these people are.

        My 30 yo son came by a little while ago and I mentioned this whole Judge/La Raza thing and his response was “Mom I already know all about it. The Judge is biased and all Donald Trump is doing is pointing it out.” He never watches television news, doesn’t go to news sites, but he manages to get the important information.

        Proud mama here ):

        Liked by 5 people

      • CountryclassVulgarian says:

        Or just turn off the television and stop helping False News’ ratings.


  16. citizen817 says:

    Article from 2006…A Must Read…Some excerpts

    It is past time for all Americans to know what is at the root of this outrageous behavior, and the extent to which the nation is at risk because of “La Raza” — The Race.

    There are many immigrant groups joined in the overall “La Raza” movement. The most prominent and mainstream organization is the National Council de La Raza — the Council of “The Race”.

    To most of the mainstream media, most members of Congress, and even many of their own members, the National Council of La Raza is no more than a Hispanic Rotary Club.

    But the National Council of La Raza succeeded in raking in over $15.2 million in federal grants last year alone, of which $7.9 million was in U.S. Department of Education grants for Charter Schools, and undisclosed amounts were for get-out-the-vote efforts supporting La Raza political positions.

    The Council of La Raza succeeded in having itself added to congressional hearings by Republican House and Senate leaders. And an anonymous senator even gave the Council of La Raza an extra $4 million in earmarked taxpayer money, supposedly for “housing reform,” while La Raza continues to lobby the Senate for virtual open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens.

    The Mexican flag flew over a crowd of pro-amnesty marchers in New York. Marches like this across the U.S. have been supported by the “La Raza” movement. (Reuters/Seth Wenig)

    Radical ‘Reconquista’ Agenda

    Behind the respectable front of the National Council of La Raza lies the real agenda of the La Raza movement, the agenda that led to those thousands of illegal immigrants in the streets of American cities, waving Mexican flags, brazenly defying our laws, and demanding concessions.

    Key among the secondary organizations is the radical racist group Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan, or Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan (MEChA), one of the most anti-American groups in the country, which has permeated U.S. campuses since the 1960s, and continues its push to carve a racist nation out of the American West.

    One of America’s greatest strengths has always been taking in immigrants from cultures around the world, and assimilating them into our country as Americans. By being citizens of the U.S. we are Americans first, and only, in our national loyalties.

    This is totally opposed by MEChA for the hordes of illegal immigrants pouring across our borders, to whom they say:

    “Chicano is our identity; it defines who we are as people. It rejects the notion that we…should assimilate into the Anglo-American melting pot…Aztlan was the legendary homeland of the Aztecas … It became synonymous with the vast territories of the Southwest, brutally stolen from a Mexican people marginalized and betrayed by the hostile custodians of the Manifest Destiny.” (Statement on University of Oregon MEChA Website, Jan. 3, 2006)

    MEChA isn’t at all shy about their goals, or their views of other races. Their founding principles are contained in these words in “El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan” (The Spiritual Plan for Aztlan):

    “In the spirit of a new people that is conscious not only of its proud historical heritage but also of the brutal gringo invasion of our territories, we, the Chicano inhabitants and civilizers of the northern land of Aztlan from whence came our forefathers, reclaiming the land of their birth and consecrating the determination of our people of the sun, declare that the call of our blood is our power, our responsibility, and our inevitable destiny. … Aztlan belongs to those who plant the seeds, water the fields, and gather the crops and not to the foreign Europeans. … We are a bronze people with a bronze culture. Before the world, before all of North America, before all our brothers in the bronze continent, we are a nation, we are a union of free pueblos, we are Aztlan. For La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada.”

    That closing two-sentence motto is chilling to everyone who values equal rights for all. It says: “For The Race everything. Outside The Race, nothing.”

    Liked by 6 people

    • Any group that takes its nationality and pawns it off as a “RACE” is a FARCE.

      That’s like calling Americans in the United States “a race.”

      La Raza = more idiocy from Leftists and mythological ideology


    • Such WACKEDness! “foreign Europeans. …” they say they are against are the very leaders of La Raza like Jorge Ramos who is obviously European ancestry, probably Spanish or maybe Portuguese, Italian, and possibly even Northern European. Many of the La Raza leaders and members are of the same. To top it off they speak Spanish, a European language. The others are Indio and not of European ancestry.




  17. LW says:

    I was getting tired of my local media(wink tv in ft.myers) bashing Trump everyday, so today I switched to a different channel. They did a report on Pam Bondi and said she was going to take up the Trump University suit here, for 20 people. They said Trump gave her a 25000.00 check and she dropped the investigation the next day. Of course they interviewed an attorney and liberals on the street who thought she should be investigated and talked about how Trump buys people to get what he wants. Pam, of course, denied this b.s. story. Not much I can watch on tv anymore.

    Liked by 1 person

    • singingsoul says:

      Our Government buys La Raze and the Mexican American vote with our Tax money.
      Think about that.
      Everyone is chasing the Mexican vote because they opened the border. The Republicans are angry because Trump treads all Americans alike and no groups special. The GOP wants to tread ethic groups special the way the democrats do . The only one benefitting is not the ethnic group only their leaders.

      Liked by 1 person

  18. benY says:

    Local news today is highlighting Kirk(R) Illinois saying he CANNOT support Trump since he made raciiiiisssssssttttt remarks about the judge. It is Chicongo.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Just gave ol’ Kirk a quick lesson on the difference between race, nationality, ethnicity via twitter. He really should up his game and learn the facts before shooting his mouth off against Trump over “race” when Mexican is a NATIONALITY. The fact that he calls Mexican a race shows he himself has a low opinion of Mexicans that he considers them “a race.”

      Gawd, can you imagine if people called the nationality of being American “a race?” But that is exactly what he is doing when he calls the nationality of Mexico a race.

      Mexican = a Nationality, just like United States aka American is a Nationality



  19. Martin says:

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Bull Durham says:

    Paul Ryan is a very dangerous citizen of the United States.
    He can never be trusted.

    Liked by 9 people

  21. Martell says:

    Yes. I remember when I was first exposed to La Raza in graduate school. I remember my antennas for detecting evil went up and thinking “what race, whose race?”. The fact that I was an American of Hispanic descent and they never tried to recruit me told me everything I needed to know about them. I despise any groups that exclude others especially based on ethnicity. That, to me, is the true definition of racism.

    Liked by 8 people

  22. Martell says:

    Paul Ryan is a traitor.

    Liked by 7 people

  23. Nathanlee says:

    Lol. Newt fooled even Sundance with his feigned support for Trump. Trust no one outside of his circle of loyal serrigates. Trump had every right to question the motives and ideology of Curiel. To me it seems like Trump is backing off. Some in certain circles will certainly look at how the events unfolded and say Trump lost this round and it seems by Trumps statement he feels the same way.

    You can’t tell a story about how Trump was attacking the stupidity of those in his own campaign regarding this issue, then read this statement and come to any other conclusion.

    This to me signifies for the first time Trump backing off and questioning his tactics. Right or wrong this letter will be heralded by the media as a victory. Thank god it’s still months from the general election


    • Martin says:

      Sorry, but I don’t agree.

      Liked by 2 people

      • teaforall says:

        I disagree, Trump stated that the Media is pushing this issue first and foremost when interviewed. Trump said that he rather talk about important issues, economy, jobs, trade etc. Trump is taking control of the narrative with this statement.


        • Nathanlee says:

          While I do agree the media was pushing the story. But that isn’t what he was saying 24 hours ago. In fact he doulbled down and attacked his own campaign. And who is to say Trump didn’t have control of the narrative in the first place?

          Liked by 1 person

          • paulraven1 says:

            All I can really say is that I found Trump’s statement uninspiring. But I’m not sure it means anything beyond that.


            • singingsoul says:

              The media said he Trump attack his own campaign. Trump said people who claim to know about what goes on in the campaign know nothing.


              • Nathanlee says:

                Then why did Sundance post the story from Bloomberg? Can’t have it both ways man.


                • But posting an article is quite different thing than making a personal statement. Sundance doesn’t mince words nor pitter-patter around things. If he felt that way he’d have said it outright not just posted an article.


                • Nathanlee says:

                  Oh stop.

                  Better yet I will. No point in talking to a wall. I know, I know. I’m just an ignorant troll out to sabotage Trump


      • Nathanlee says:

        It’s ok you know. He isn’t infallible, he can make mistakes.
        Do I still support him?

        Hell yes! I truly believe in my heart he is exactly what we need. Just because he might stumble from time to time doesn’t meant he isn’t the right person for the job.


      • Southern Son says:

        Me either, Martin.
        And no, nathin, Sundance ain’t Nobodies fool…

        Liked by 1 person

    • No, SUNDANCE was NOT fooled by anyone. The fact is that the times Newt did speak well on Trump’s behalf still helped Trump. At that point in time we were all glad to have players siding with Trump and speaking good ideas and positives about Trump. But Sundance was not under any delusions of Newt being anyone else but who he is: Newt and he was quite clear Newt would not be his VP pick.

      Chess has a piece called a PAWN. A good chess player uses pawns to get to CHECK MATE.

      Trump: Watch and Learn!


  24. Miss America says:

    Per usual, Trump is right. However, I wish his statement had gone further to expose the law suit’s connection to the Crooked Clintons.

    I have been thinking about this for a couple of days. The elephant in the room is that some minorities in this country go around with a chip on their shoulder and identify themselves by their race or their ethnicity first and foremost. Witness Michelle O’s comments about her “beautiful black daughters”. I would never refer to my daughter as a “beautiful white girl.”

    For the most part, white people do not think of themselves first and foremost by their race. This is why it isn’t a big deal that white people are still called “whites” but we have to have special names for every other group, like “African Americans”. White people do not hyphenate themselves. There are no Polish-Americans or British-Americans.

    I appreciate all the many comments I’ve read here and elsewhere that point out that Mexican is not a race. (Muslim is not either). The typical PC RINO Republican couldn’t wait to accuse Trump of racism. Paul Ryan makes me sick. And yet we have had over 7 years of racist comments from O-Bama and you hear nothing about it from these cowards.

    The fact is, racism can work both ways. Why is it that only whites are accused of being racist?

    I admire Mr. Trump more and more every day. God bless him for being so strong! This country is so long overdue in having this conversation. Let’s get it all out. Finally.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Trumped says:

      I wished it too but I have a feeling:

      Trump doesnt even mention LA RAZA at all. He leaves that open in interviews too. And he does it on purpose .

      He lets us finish the job and fill in the blanks. He certainly knows about the connections and the people involved but wants us to discover it. The whole LA RAZA thing blew up through blogs and social media.
      The disconnect between media and the people is gaping! It reached a critical mass.

      Liked by 3 people

  25. wizzum says:

    It’d be nice to know how many first generation Americans of Mexican decent chose to identify as Mexican or American? My guess is greater than 50% would identify as Mexican first, American second.


  26. HoneyB says:

    Trump’s lawyers haven’t filed a motion to have the Judge replaced. Could it be Trump is putting pressure on the judge in a way that would make the judge’s decision more beneficial to Trump to avoid the appearance of bias? Nothing would surprise me at this point.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Next to impossible to do in federal court. This whole mess should also raise questions about the Imperial Judiciary.

      Liked by 3 people

    • daughnworks247 says:

      Husband read that Trump atty filed a motion to dissolve the class today. Opposition lost lead plaintiff and others are questionable. This would give Judge Curiel a way out and ability to save face.
      Trump – always thinking.

      Liked by 2 people

  27. John Galt says:

    “scholarships for illegal aliens”

    8 USC 1324

    Prosecute people who aid, abet, conceal, shield, harbor. Very simple. They are intentionally conspiring and inducing illegal aliens to reside in the USA.

    Liked by 5 people

  28. Truthfilter says:

    These GOPe members are delusional. Watching Greta and one FNC reporter explained how Republicans in Congress don’t want to be held responsible at their own next elections for Trump’s racist comments. I’ve got news for all of them: We the people voted for Trump as our party’s nominee In spite of your nasty attitudes and excessive Trump trashing throughout these past 12 months! Your opinions, lack of support, and your future electability do not matter to us. You blew it long before Trump came on the scene. You are irrelevant and many of you will be voted out of office no matter what you say or do at this point. You irritate people like flies at a picnic. This is our picnic. And we never invited you in the first place.

    Liked by 4 people

    Thank you Harry Potter.
    This is the Perfect time for Trump to BRAND them.
    • Unforgettable association with “Slitherin’s” now-ubiquitous personification of evil.
    • Unforgettable Visual Imagery “copied-and-pasted” from the depths of our minds.
    • Unforgettable Word Associations with snakes and slime, tapping into our genetically-encoded instinct for revulsion.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. rsanchez1990 says:

    This is what I love about Donald Trump’s press statements. I’ve never felt like I got BS from Trump, only the facts and what he really thinks. He is being given an unfair trial. It’s not racist to say so, it’s objectively true.

    Liked by 4 people

  31. Sherlock says:

    I hate FOX. It’s been almost 24 hours since the Sundance story on the anti-Trump boycott by the group the judge belongs to which started in 7/15. Not a SINGLE MENTION! Several places have picked up the story, but FOX prefers to remain totally clueless. You realize they are either absolutely incompetent and incapable of research, or just plain #NeverTrump. Freakin’ O’Reilly is still up there saying “The judge did nothing wrong…” What a grade-A tool!

    Liked by 2 people

  32. singingsoul says:

    How can Fox be competent when most anchors are women in party dresses and 10 inch which heals. They are more concerned sitting like eye candy then what comes out of their mouth. They have fake hair fake eye lashes and 1/4 inch thick make up. The guys are jerks onFox and self indulgent.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Leigh Anne Bjerregaard says:

    The one document above should be what would cause major bias!!! Trying to stop someone from making a living!!!SSHHEESSHH!!


  34. LULU says:

    No sign of this link – I haven’t time to check entire comments:

    Report: Were judge’s Mexican parents illegals?


    • LULU says:

      Wouldn’t this just be the limit after all the huzzah in the media and amongst the GOPe/#NeverTrumpers!!!


    • Josh says:

      “ can independently confirm that Judge Gonzalo Curiel was an anchor baby thanks to naturalization records of his mother we obtained.

      The highly elusive records confirm that Gonzalo Curiel’s mother Francisca became a U.S. citizen in 1969.

      Gonzalo was born in 1953, meaning that when he was born his mother was not a U.S. citizen.”
      (I don’t know this website)

      Liked by 2 people

      • If his mother was not a US citizen at the time of his birth then neither was HIS FATHER. Because at that time when a foreigner applied for citizenship they would list their wife on the application, along with any minor children. Wives did NOT have to apply SEPARATELY. We’d really need to check out the FATHER’S status. That can be checked by US CENSUS records of the county they lived in and check 1950 and 1960 would show all members of the household and their citizenship status.

        These are public records available online, I think allows free access or you have to be a member, but I’ve seen them before online. However, a person would have to know what county they lived in or narrow that down to a few and check each.


    • Josh says:

      “This year we are proud to be honoring Judge Gonzalo Curiel at our reception and recognizing him for his leadership and support to the community and to our Association!”

      Liked by 1 person

  35. Kristin says:

    Whatever they try, I am still voting Trump. And I am not the only one.

    Liked by 3 people

  36. majorstar says:

    BOR had Krauthammer on as a guest tonight and his abject, visceral hatred of Trump came across very starkly. There is no “road back” for these conservative traitors. The rift between the people and the GOPe and the neocons is permanent. Krauthammer and the Ryanites feel much more affinity for Obama and Hillary than they do for Trump. And that means more than they do for us Trump voters. There is no way we can ever support these goons or credit their opinions in the future. They are as much an enemy as the Dems. Maybe moreso, since the most dangerous adversaries are the hidden ones who stab you in the back.

    If for any reason Trump is hindered in this election — as is happening as we speak — I will look for the utter destruction of the Republican Party as presently constituted. The GOPe should never win another major election. They are traitors and need to be purged from the political landscape.

    Liked by 1 person

    • MTeresa says:

      Hey, there’s no down side to this. The media, the GOPe, and these “conservatives” have been exposed for what they really are – against the Truth and the will of the American people. How many folks have you spoken to recently who are tuning out the MSM and “conservative” talk radio? We’re no longer have 100% confidence in their ability to tell the truth anymore. And don’t even get started on the GOPe. This election cycle has been a real eye opener on a lot of levels. The silent majority is waking up.

      Look out for the monster vote coming in November. MAGA!

      Liked by 4 people

    • Tilt Bean says:

      Krauthammer is a Zionist,,just like Neo-con scumbags Bill Kristol. Gergen, Pearle, Bolton, Geitner, Frum, Bernanke, Kissinger, Emmanuel, etc. That is why Cristol is still trying sooo hard to keep Trump out of the Oval Office. At this point, he has temporarily changed his stance on Israel to get Sheldon’s money and I love it. Most importantly, Trump cannot pick a v.p. That is establishment at all. Hyping up the Newt Gingrich was brilliant. Suddenly Ryan endorsed him, the oligarchs loved him,etc. Than he pulled it out. Trump’s V.P. Will be Jeff Sessions. I don’t know if the White House might collapse from the honesty that will often be in the Oval Office. Anyway, Trump knows about the P.N.A.C. Report and the Zionists (especially Kristol) and Freemason Kabbalhists like Jeb Bush, and Cheney who signed off on that document, which directly puts the entire truth of 9/11 on the table. These people along with Hillary,will see that justice will be done.

      Liked by 1 person

  37. Josh says:

    Judge Curiel is a bad guy. Can’t believe the media and others are bringing it into the light. They thought they finally found the issue to bring Trump down. Nope. Idiots.


  38. Sherlock says:

    On another matter, another drip of information on the Pagliano immunity agreement. This is expected, and not at all bad for our side. From the little bit here, it looks like (not a sure thing) that he will be allowed to take the 5th in the civil case, which is good for us–those who still hope for an HRC indictment do not want his testimony out in the world for HRC to see until after she is interviewed by the FBI, which will be soon. We’re doing OK.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. angryduc says:

    Feds spend nearly $20,000 to settle every refugee

    This is a full scale business designed to bury our country.


  40. angryduc says:

    cancel morning joe petition


  41. harry says:

    Trump’s only problem is his ” New York” quickness. Seldon is he wrong he just is too quick with his comments , thinking everyone should know all the details he knows about the case and this Judge. But yet again thanks to your research you have helped to confirm Trumps comments. Thank you.


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