Judge Curiel Member of Hispanic Org Boycotting All Of Trump's Businesses

Chris Menahan
Jun. 07, 2016

Judge Curiel is an Hispanic of Mexican heritage who used his status as an Hispanic to join all sorts of race-based pro-Hispanic groups, yet if you think he's partial to Hispanics you're a racist.

It came out today one of the many Hispanic groups Curiel's a member of -- the Hispanic National Bar Association -- is boycotting all of Trump's businesses:

Curiel's also a member of the race-based La Raza Lawyers Association, which explicitly discriminates based on race.

This is their own mission statement:
Formed in 1979, with a handful of Latino attorneys, San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association (SDLRLA) has grown to represent over three hundred Latino and Latina lawyers practicing in San Diego County. SDLRLA is one of 18 affiliate bar associations of the California La Raza Lawyers Association, which serves several thousand Latino lawyers practicing in the State of California.

Our purpose is to advance the cause of equality, empowerment and justice for Latino attorneys and the Latino community in San Diego County through service and advocacy.

He's awarded scholarships to illegal immigrants despite their breaking the our nation's immigration laws.

He was appointed by Obama and has donated to multiple democrats in the past.

The two law firms Curiel picked to represent the class action against Trump University are big time democrats.

As The American Spectator reports:
The first, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, lists as its senior partner partner Darren J. Robbins. And a check with the FEC shows that Robbins has made over a hundred campaign contributions over the years, far and away most of them going to Democrats. Including a contribution of $2700 on May 12, 2015 to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.* That would be the Hillary Clinton who, assuming she polishes off the Sanders challenge, will be the Democratic nominee against... Donald Trump.

Then there's that second firm selected by Judge Curiel to be involved in the Trump University lawsuit -- Zeldes Haeggquist & Eck LLP. The senior partner in that firm? If you guessed she was a multiple contributor to Barack Obama you would of course be right. But she was also a one-time donor in 2004 to... MoveOn.org. You know Move On, the people who back there in 2004 were running an ad comparing President Bush to Hitler. Today? Today MoveOn has this to say about Donald Trump:
For as long as Donald Trump is a presidential candidate, MoveOn members will continue to call out and nonviolently protest his racist, bigoted, misogynistic, xenophobic, and violent behavior... Trump and those who peddle hate and incite violence have no place in our politics and most certainly do not belong in the White House.
And let's not forget New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Schneiderman filed a $40 million law suit against Trump University in 2013 charging fraud. This after repeated campaign solicitations to Trump family members and business associates, as I detailed here three years ago. Solicitations along the line of the Mafia Don who stops by to say "ya gotta nice little business going here, ya wouldn't want anything to happen to it." Curiously, this very same Eric Schneiderman got a $15,000 campaign contribution in 2010 from two lawyers in a law firm named... Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP. They being one of the firms Judge Curiel would assign to the Trump University class action cases. Amazing coincidence.
God forbid Trump think he's not getting a fair trial.

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