The Trump hating “Mexican” judge once stressed his Mexican heritage as being essential to relationship he built with Mexican government, saluted his own “immigrant” origins, and repeatedly worked with anti-white activist group La Raza.
Judge Gonzalo Curiel even awarded scholarships to illegal immigrants in San Diego in 2014.
While nearly all of the scholarship winners were born in another country Ricardo Elorza bragged about his accomplishments as an illegal.
Mr. Elorza immigration to the United States when he was 11 years old. In college, he led worships at high schools, non-profit organizations, colleges and parks where he talked about the DREAM ACT…. Mr. Elorza wishes to someday tell any student struggling with higher education, “Look, a boy from Oaxaca, who did not know English and is undocumented has now graduated from law school and is an attorney.”
The media attacked Trump for pointing out that the anti-Trump judge who had allowed a class action lawsuit to proceed against him was a Trump hater.
Is he Mexican?
You bet he’s Mexican. The judge’s obsessed with letting you know how Mexican he is.
“We were working without the disconnect of interpreters and barriers of culture,” Curiel told the New York Times in 2002. “When it comes down to it this [drug dealing across the border] involves the country of our parents.” (Tim Weiner, “New Web of Trust Topples a Mighty Mexican Cartel,” New York Times, April 26, 2002)
Curiel worked other Mexican-American officials and the Mexican government on the drug problem. The negotiations were conducted in Spanish because of course they were.
Might Curiel want to maintain those ties with Mexico and his Mexican identity?
Indeed he does. In 2014 Curiel spoke at his alma mater — Indiana University — and pointed to his immigrant origins.
Curiel spoke of the tremendous opportunities that law school afforded him as he and his brother rose from immigrants to lawyers in one generation.
“In my legal career of 35 years,” he said, “I have come to realize one fundamental and overarching truth, that is, selfless service is the means to realize happiness, fulfillment and joy. Wherever your journeys take you, never forget how much we have to be grateful for and always aim to serve your family, your community and this great nation. If you do this, I can guarantee that success will follow.”
Serve your family, your community, and this great nation?
Not by defending her borders, apparently.
Curiel’s background was also mentioned during his Senate confirmation hearings.
“He’s the son of immigrant parents from Mexico, who came to this country with an elementary school education,” says Senator Richard Blumenthal.
Just the sort of immigrants we need, huh? And Curiel repeatedly mentioned his immigrant parents in his confirmation hearing.
You can have a look for yourself at Curiel’s anti-white background drawn, in part, from his judicial questionaire.
Note the La Raza Lawyers of San Diego affiliation.
Curiel’s involvement with the La Raza Lawyers of San Diego should be particularly troubling given the organization’s repeated anti-enforcement measures.
You can read all about the organization’s pro-illegal immigrant activities on their website.
More to come about the pro-illegal immigrant, anti-Trump judge…