Mexicans have recruited a taco truck to protest Donald Trump’s appeal for black voters in Detroit.
A fleet of taco trucks might be impressive, but this is just one taco truck, recruited to sell tacos to protesters.
Black protesters might prefer chittlins, cornbread and watermelon.
Hmmmm. I never knew Asians were so hungry for watermelon.
Anyway let Detroit’s blacks understand that there’s an undeclared race war between them and Mexicans. Muh bruthas, get used to eating tacos.
DETROIT, MI — The day before Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was slated to be in her city, Gabriela Santiago-Romero rushed across town to recruit a taco truck.
And there it sat outside the Great Faith Ministries International church where Trump was speaking on Saturday, slinging tacos to hungry protesters.
Taco trucks entered the political scene after Marco Gutierrez, founder of the group Latinos for Trump, warned in an MSNBC interview that if left unchecked Mexican culture would result in a preponderance of taco trucks.
“My culture is a very dominant culture, and it’s imposing and it’s causing problems. If you don’t do something about it, you’re going to have taco trucks on every corner,” Gutierrez said.
Taco trucks are a good example of how a white nation loses its white culture. The small Texas town where I live still retains its white virtues to a degree, but the taco wagons have set up here, there, and everywhere. They’re relatively harmless, but as a symbol of Mexico’s conquest of parts of Texas, they are menacing.
When Santiago-Romero, 24, of Detroit, read about the taco truck comment she knew the Detroit protest needed one.
“I thought ‘fantastic, what a great idea,'” she said.
Because while Gutierrez had used taco trucks as an overwhelming part of Latino culture, Santiago-Romero saw it as a positive. She lives in Detroit now, but was born in Mexico. And good food and a huge work ethic are things she sees Latino culture exemplify every day.
“It’s one of the best things I think is that we’re hardworking and we have good food,” Santiago-Romero said.
Good food and a work ethic are positive qualities. But they do not define a nation or a people. Blood (genes) define a people and a nation.
Go back to Mexico and work hard. Help your own people succeed.