Tucker slams open-borders Univision anchor over immigration issues

In an interview on Fox News, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos told Tucker Carlson that he the believes “whites will become the minority.”

Carlson quoted Ramos early on in the interview, pointing out something he had said at an event in February.

Ramos had said, “I’m a proud Latino immigrant here in the United States. You know exactly what’s going on here in the U.S. There are many people who do not want us to be here and want to create a wall in order to separate us. But, you know what? This is also our county. Let me repeat, this our country, not theirs. It’s our country.”

Tucker then asked, “Who is the ‘us’ and who is the ‘they’? Who’s country is it?”

Ramos responded, “This is our country. It is yours, it is mine. The interesting thing is that with the Trump administration and many people who supported Donald Trump, they think it is their country. And they are absolutely wrong. This is not a white country. This is not their country. It is ours.”

He then added, “In 2024, the white population will become a minority.”

Tucker then repeatedly asked Ramos who he was referring to when he said “our country not theirs” in February. Ramos answered that he was referring to the people “who think we don’t belong here.”

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The interview continued with Tucker asking Ramos why Americans aren’t allowed to have an opinion on immigration when the country is facing a major drug problem.

Ramos said, “There’s a demographic wave, or revolution if you would call it, in the United States. Right now, there are 60 million Latinos and in 35 years, there’s going to be 100 million Latinos. If you are implying that there is an invasion to the United States, that is not true.”

Tucker responded, “I’m not saying invasion. You are name calling. You come to this country, you make a ton of money, and then you yell at people who are saying, ‘Wait a second … this is having an effect on my kids’ school, culture, on my economy.’ And your point is, you’re not allowed to have that opinion?”

Ramos didn’t answer this question, specifically, buy went on to say that immigrants have more of a positive influence on the economy than they do a negative influence.

“Immigrants put much more money into the system than what they take out in social services, according to the National Academy of Sciences,” Ramos said.

“Those numbers aren’t exactly right,” Tucker responded. “I think some immigrants contribute a lot, but I don’t want to debate that right now. I just want to make the point that there is a downside, as well. Fifteen percent of federal inmates [and] prisoners are Mexican citizens. So, like, why shouldn’t I be allowed to say, ‘That’s a problem?'”

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