Open borders advocate and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos talked about the 7,000 migrants that headed to America’s southern border with Mexico.
During his interview with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum Ramos said that deported illegal aliens and criminals are actually part of the caravan headed to our country, but also lectured Americans not to worry too much about the migrants.
Yes, I’ve talked to some of them who have been deported … some of them, yes, have been deported. The vast majority of these people are not criminals. They’re not terrorists. And they’re not even immigrants. They’re refugees. And as a nation in the United States, we have to choose what kind of nation we are and treat them with respect. We cannot pre-judge them. We cannot say all of them are criminals … that is not true. So what we have to do is listen to them, hear their cases, and if they deserve political asylum, then grant it to them, Ramos said.
This claim is counter what most migrants told the mainstream media. Although some say they are just seeking asylum, migrants also admit that they are actually economic migrants looking for job opportunities.
“Despite the optics, I know that if you are in the United States and you are watching this you might think ‘Oh, we’re going to be invaded.’ That is not true. There is no invasion here. We’re talking about 7,000 right now, maybe a few thousand more that are trying to cross the border between Mexico and Guatemala,” Ramos added.
He became a notorious open borders advocate and supports those who cross the US border with Mexico. He also said that our country belonged to Hispanic immigrants. “This is also our country. Let me repeat this: Our country, not theirs. It is our country. And we are not going to leave. We are nearly 60 million Latinos in the United States. And thanks to us, the United States eats, grows and, as we’ve seen today, sings and dances,” he said last year.
When it comes to the President’s supporters, Ramos blasted Hispanic Americans who support our leader noting that Hispanic Trump voters turned their back on immigrants from Central America.