In his latest blockbuster of a post read by dozens, Award Winning Journalist™ Chuck C. Johnson spends considerable time and space trying to prove Megyn Kelly of Fox News wrong, while characteristically shooting himself in the foot.
Kelly, who was interviewing Bill Bennett, went off on Donald Trump’s attacks on Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who is hearing the fraud case involving Trump University. Trump has called Curiel a Mexican, though the judge was born in Indiana (El Estado de Indiana was apparently annexed by Mexico retroactively while no one noticed. Thanks, Obama!). Trump has also claimed that Curiel is a member of La Raza, which to Anglos’ ears is like saying President Obama is a mau mau.
But, as Kelly notes in the video, Curiel is a member of the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association. It’s not the same thing as La Raza.
But Johnson, who has jumped on the Trump bandwagon as fast as he abandoned his adulation of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Loser), is not having any of that lip from no woman, especially one who bleeds from her wherever. He tries to paint the lawyers association as some kind of radical organization out to overthrow Los Gringos, and insists that Curiel really belongs to La Raza.
But the two images this high IQ Award Winning Journalist™ uses to support his contention clearly say, “San Diego La Raza Lawyers Associaation,” as in a completely different organization.
Miren aquí, amigos.
Having firmly established in his own pea brain that Curiel is a member of La Raza, Johnson then tries to portray the lawyers association as some kind of dangerous left-wing group out to obliterate Los Gringos.
Well, here is what the SDLRLA says on its website, which we visited to maybe read it and see what it says.
Specifically, the goals of SDLRLA are:
• Increase the overall number of Latinos in the legal profession.
• Encourage and support Latino and Latina judicial candidates to apply to the bench
• Advocate for the promotion and retention of Latino and Latina attorneys and judicial officers.
• Improve the professional skills of our members through our certified MCLE programs.
• Provide for the professional and social interaction among our members and other organized bar associations.
• Improve the delivery and access of legal services to the county’s Spanish speaking community.
• Provide role models and mentoring to Latino youth through direct interaction with students and school districts.
• Strongly advocate positions on judicial, economic and social issues to political leaders and state and local bar associations that impact the Latino community.
Circle the wagons, boys! The Mexicans are coming to get us!
OK, Kelly did say that the association is non-partisan, which as Johnson notes in one of his rare moments of veracity, is not entirely true. It does endorse candidates and provide “letters of support,” and it does have a Political Action Committee. Like, who doesn’t have PAC nowadays?
And as he wont to do, the Ginger Avenger attempts to impress his scores of readers with statements like this one.
Beats me, Chuck. Do you read much anymore?