Apparently, Judge Curiel found radical racialist Xavier Becerra the only national politician deserving of his financial support.
BY Paul Sperry · | June 10, 2016
The favorite politician of the judge hearing a lawsuit against Donald Trump is on Hillary Clinton’s list of running-mates; but more importantly, he was a proud member of a racist group that seeks to obliterate the U.S. border and return California to Mexico. Birds of a feather?
Trump has centered his presidential campaign on building a wall along our border with Mexico to keep out not just illegal immigrants from Mexico and Central America, many of whom are violent gang members, but also illegal foreigners from the Middle East and Pakistan whom ISIS is actively recruiting to infiltrate the U.S. through Mexico and carry out terrorist attacks on the homeland.
The Mexican-American federal judge Trump says is biased against him because of his border-security policies gave Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., a $200 political donation. It’s a nominal amount, but it’s the only federal contribution U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel is on record making — though his wife kicked in another $465 for Becerra just this January, Federal Election Commission records reveal.
It’s noteworthy that Curiel found Becerra the only national politician deserving of his financial support. He has opened his wallet for no other elected official in Washington.
So what? Becerra is an admitted member of MEChA — Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan — better known as the Latino KKK.
Becerra has publicly defended MEChA, even though the supremacist group preaches discrimination against non-Hispanics and has called for the killing of Border Patrol “pigs.” MEChA’s slogan is: “For the race, everything; For those outside the race, nothing.”
“Aztlan” is the racial separatist group’s name for the Southwestern portion of America it seeks to reconquer for Mexico — an agenda known as “reconquista.” You can find reconquistadors among the Mexican-flag-waving belligerents viciously attacking Trump supporters at the presumptive GOP presidential nominee’s rallies in California.
This liberation agenda, outlined in “El Plan de Aztlan,” states: “We do not recognize capricious frontiers on the bronze continent. Brotherhood unites us, and love for our brothers makes us a people whose time has come and who struggles against the foreigner ‘gabacho’ who exploits our riches and destroys our culture. With our heart in our hands and our hands in the soil, we declare the independence of our mestizo nation. We are a bronze people with a bronze culture.”
“Gabacho” is a racist slur against white Americans. It refers to sugar cane stalks that are white in color and chewed by Mexicans and spit out.
Earlier this week, Becerra defended Curiel against the complaint by Trump that Curiel has an “inherent conflict of interest” in hearing the Trump University case against him due to Trump’s hardline positions on Mexican trade and illegal immigration.
“The bullet that was aimed at him by Trump could have easily been directed at me or anyone else like me,” Becerra told the Sacremento Bee. “It is racist.”
Becerra should know. The unapologetic Mechista doesn’t just share the dream of Aztlan, but also wants to build a museum for “foreign-born Latinos” on the National Mall in Washington.
This radical racialist might as well be judging the Trump University case.
Curiel’s bias runs far deeper than heritage or preference for radical pols like Becerra. Trump merely stated the obvious when he complained he may not get a fair hearing from a liberal, Obama-appointed jurist who’s the son of Mexican immigrants. Far more serious, Curiel, like Becerra, appears to be a political activist for Mexican immigration issues directly at odds with Trump.
In fact, Curiel belongs to the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association, an Hispanic activist group which links to the radical National Council of La Raza on its website and shares its pro-illegal immigrant agenda. “La Raza” is Spanish for “The Race.”
In 2012, Curiel’s group filed a friend-of-the-court brief in support of an illegal alien from Mexico, and two years later, Curiel awarded tuition money to at least one illegal immigrant from Oaxaca, Mexico, while serving on an SDLRLA scholarship fund panel.
Trump has centered his campaign on building a wall along our border with Mexico to keep out such illegal immigrants — many of whom are violent gang members and even terrorists — so why wouldn’t he be suspicious Curiel is biased against him and will give him a raw deal in court?
Also consider that Curiel is a life-time member of the Hispanic National Bar Association, which “calls for the boycott of all of Trump business ventures, including golf courses, hotels and restaurants” in protest over Trump’s “derogatory remarks about Mexican immigrants.”
Curiel is presiding over two separate class-action lawsuits against Trump University, with Trump named as a defendant in both cases alleging fraud. Curiel is already unsealing documents over the objections of Trump’s lawyers, a gift that will keep giving to Clinton’s opposition research team as the race for the White House heats up.
We’ve only scratched the surface on Curiel’s personal biases. No doubt more will come out. The only question is why Trump’s lawyers haven’t already filed a motion for recusal.
Source: Counter Jihad