Mexifornia’s 21st Congressional Holds Debate in Spanish

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“I love this country, it has given me everything that I have, and I’m proud to be part of it,” said Victor Sanchez, a 37-year-old Monrovia resident wearing a Mexico jersey at a U.S. soccer game. “But yet, I didn’t have a choice to come here, I was born in Mexico, and that is where my heart will always be.”  Sanchez was one of many booing the U.S.

In California’s 21st congressional district, the candidates are debating in Spanish.

If the members of these communities can’t speak English, they shouldn’t be allowed to vote.

A debate sponsored by Univision Fresno between incumbent David Valadao (R-Hanford) and a Democratic challenge, Amanda Renteria, was held in Spanish.

The Democrat is leading in the polls and the reason is quite interesting. She is leading because her native language is Spanish, while Valadao is Portugese and Spanish is his second language. He didn’t pick up Spanish until high school while Renteria is the daughter of a Mexican immigrant. This gives her a heads up.

They both sound like Democrats but Renteria is more supportive of illegal immigration causes and laws like the DREAM Act.

She’s also big on the leftist minimum wage.

Rock n’ Roller Gene Simmons is an immigrant. He loves the country and has this to say: “I’m actually saying the thing that needs to be said because the politically-correct climate is bull****. You don’t want to upset anybody by saying, ‘Learn to speak goddamn English.’ So, as an immigrant, I’m telling you: learn to speak goddamn English. It is the key that will unlock the keys to the kingdom.”

Why don’t we just give up and give California back to Mexico if they promise to end the conquest?

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