Tucker Carlson to Jorge Ramos: "You Are White. You Are Whiter Than I Am."

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Mar. 09, 2017

During a debate Wednesday night on FOX News, Tucker Carlson countered Jorge Ramos' criticism of white Trump supporters by pointing out Ramos is a white guy himself, to which all Ramos could do was shrug.
TUCKER CARLSON: So at an event several weeks ago in February you said this, and I wanted to ask you about it, and Iím quoting you, ďIím a proud Latino immigrant here in the United States. You know exactly what is going on here in the US. There are many people who do not want us to be here and who want to create a wall in order to separate us. But you know what, this is also our country. Let me repeat this, our country, not theirs, itís our country.Ē Whoís the us, and whoís the they? Whose country is it?

JORGE RAMOS: This is our country, it is yours, it is mine and it is ours. The interesting this is with the Trump administration and many people who support Donald Trump they think it is their country, that it is a white country and they are absolutely wrong. This is not a white country, this is not their country, it is ours, and that is precisely what Iím saying. Look in 2044, the white population will become a minority, it will be a minority/majority country, that is precisely what Iím saying. Latinos, Asians, African-Americans, whites, it is our country Tucker.
CARLSON: Let me just point out that you are white, obviously, you are whiter than I am. Youíve got blue eyes. I donít know exactly what you mean by white or Latino but let me just ask you again to explain, ďour country, not theirs.Ē Who is they, whose country is it not?

RAMOS: Well many people who want to go back to 1965 when there was a white majority. Many people who believe that Latinos and immigrants and refugees shouldnít be here, thatís precisely what I was referring to.
Tucker went on to question why he, as a white person, acts like he's the representative of Latinos worldwide. Again, Ramos had no real response other than to say anyone born in majority Latino countries is a Latino, even if they're ethnically German.

Incidentally, I can't find any evidence of who his parents are. He doesn't have their names in his biography and no one seems to know.

That said, here's a picture of his sister who doesn't coat herself in bronzer:



I'd say she's just about the whitest person I've ever seen.

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