Journalism is being committed by Joy Reid over on MSNBC.
Joy Reid: Forgetting your friends, aside, it seems that over all Hispanics are rejecting Donald Trump in huge numbers. Can you refute that?
Marco Gutierrez (Latinos for Trump): Yes, because the polls are done in two blocs. You have the born citizens here, and then you have me, like I was born and raised in Mexico; my section it’s more against Donald Trump because of the relationship that they have with the unlawful immigrant, illegal or undocumented, however you want to call it. And, but you have the natural borns that are more in the 40 something percent.
Reid: That … actually, you have no, I mean you have to present some sort of name of a poll, because there’s actually no numbers or research to support what you just said – You just gave us a number out of whole cloth.
Reid: Are you not at all concerned that Donald Trump is so alienating people with his tone last night, that yelling into the prompter speech, and just his tone towards undocumented migrants, toward immigrants in this country that you are now facing a Barry Goldwater moment for your party?
Gutierrez: Yes, but you know Donald Trump is a genius at delivering a message and, yes it was a tough message to deliver, but he did it in a way that’s showing us we have a problem, and the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, and different times different problems. Yes indeed there is a lot of people… my colleague [NY State Senator Adriano D. Espaillat] here wouldn’t be here, but we need to understand that this is a different time and we are having problems here.
Reid: What problems? What problems are you taking about?
Gutierrez: My culture is a very dominant culture and its imposing and its causing problems. If you don’t do something about it you are going to have taco trucks on every corner.
Reid: Wait a minute, wait a minute, I’m sorry, hold on for a second, I’m going to have to let Adriano in here, I don’t even know what that means and I’m almost afraid to ask.