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Jorge Ramos: Future of America Is Comprised ‘Solely’ Of Minorities

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Justin Caruso Contributor

Jorge Ramos, the Univision anchor famous for feuding with Donald Trump, declared the future of America to be for minorities only in a recent interview.

Ramos, speaking to Larry King on RT, said, “The future of this country will be composed solely by minorities. It is a beautiful American experiment, in which everybody is embracing not only immigrants, but it’s embracing minorities.”

Pew Research has documented the demographic change Ramos speaks of, writing about white Americans, “currently 62% of the population, they will make up 46% of it in 2065. Hispanics will be 24% of the population (18% now), Asians will be 14% (6% now) and blacks will be 13% (12% now).”

Univision, where Ramos works as a reporter, is owned by Haim Saban, a billionare with close ties to the Clintons. Saban is one of the top donors to Priorities USA, a super PAC that describes itself as “All In for Hillary Clinton.” He has also donated up to $25 million to the Clinton Foundation.

The Univision host has previously told journalists to take sides, saying, “Don’t be neutral. Neutrality is for referees in a football game.”

The interview was meant to promote Ramos’ new documentary film titled, “Hate Rising.” The movie investigates various white nationalist groups, and Ramos acknowledges the film’s angle to tie such groups to Donald Trump.

Jorge Ramos’ preoccupation with Trump comes from a press conference in August 2015, when Ramos stood up after not being called, heckled Trump, and was escorted out of the room by security. Ramos was later let back in and had a back and forth with Trump about his immigration plan.

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