CNN Smears Tucker Carlson For Highlighting Mexico's Interference In US ElectionsChris Menahan
Jul. 18, 2018
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CNN's Raul Reyes attacked Fox News' Tucker Carlson as a "racist" for highlighting Mexico's interference in US elections, but he himself has written column after column highlighting the same "interference" as a positive.
Reyes wrote Wednesday on CNN:
When in doubt, blame brown people. That's what one leading voice on the right is doing in response to the fallout over President Donald Trump's disastrous summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland.Just two days before Reyes column came out, he shared an article on Twitter highlighting how Arizona could soon turn blue due to its expanding "Latino electorate."
Reyes also wrote a column in 2016 highlighting how "non-citizen Latinos" could "help decide the outcome of the upcoming presidential election."
In 2012, he wrote a column saying Latinos "may lead the way to gun control in the future" as "our numbers continue to grow."
In San Francisco, non-citizens were just given the right to vote in local elections. College Park, Maryland also gave non-citizens the right to vote in local elections last year. Chicago also allows non-citizens to vote in school board elections.
What Tucker Carlson said was absolutely correct. Reyes' own columns are proof enough.
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