Hispanic Immigrant Trump Says Democrats Have Created Hate And Division


Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump held a “wonderful” rally in West Palm Beach, Fla. on Thursday according to one of his Hispanic supporters.

Media outlet 100% Fed Up attended the rally and interviewed a legal immigrant who had voted for Obama but is now planning to vote Republican.

The man explained how he has been treated by alleged racist Hillary Clinton supporters who he says are guilty of “profiling” minority Americans.

“We are so sick and tired of Democrats and liberals trying to twist everything that Trump does on his supporters,” the man said.

“Liberals are desperate because they know they are going to lose; and at this point I’m so sick and tired of them,” he added.

The rally-goer shared his thoughts on the recently leaked 2005 Access Hollywood tape, which captured Trump on hit mic speaking inappropriately about women. The man said it was unfair and stupid for the media release the tape now with only four weeks before the election.

“It’s terrible, liberals have been doing this for a long time. I voted for Obama and I was brainwashed,” the man said to the interviewer. “I can tell you everything they do is just to indoctrinate people.”

The man also pointed to Democrats as the ones solely responsible for creating the huge divisions that exist in the United States.

“Democrats need to stop profiling people. They need to stop doing that — it’s terrible. The only thing they create is division and hate,” he said.

The enthusiastic Trump supporter didn’t give his name or many personal details, but he said he immigrated to America legally in 1995 from Panama.

“I’m not here to change anything, I want the United States to be the way it used to be: the national anthem, the Constitution — all that we have to respect,” the man said.

“It’s wrong for people to try and come here and change something that was already defined.”

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Source: westernjournalism.com