If your Facebook feed hasn’t already kept you up to date, the internet has erupted in a collective uproar against the racist rhetoric of American presidential hopeful and business mogul Donald Trump has used against the immigrant Mexican community.

In expressing his views on immigration, Trump was quoted saying:

The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems…When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you, they’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with them. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.


Jorge Ramos, Shakira, J Balvin, George Lopez, , Cristian de la Fuente, Becky G, and Maria Elena Salinas are just a handful amongst the many, many highly influential public figures that have since risen in protest against these allegations, each using their distinct and powerful voices much to the fervent support of their millions of fans.

The shockwave of digital reactions, including countless artist and entity drop-outs of the partly Trump-owned Miss Universe Pageant (notably amongst them Miss Mexico), continues to elevate in magnitude. Tipping the scales, Univision, not only the nation’s largest Spanish language network but recently named the number one ranking network in all of the U.S. (this ratings calculation including ALL English language, “mainstream” media), breached their contract with the Trump organization of nearly 14 million by announcing their refusal to air the Miss Universe Pageant.

In a letter response to Univision’s President/CEO, Randy Falco, Donald not only closed access to his golf grounds and Trump National property in Doral to all Univision staff, but expressed his persistent shock and incredulousness at the networks disassociation with his entities, taking a stab at the network’s “courage.”


Following this action, it was announced Trump is suing Univision for 500,000,000, a myopic decision that has been widely criticized as a “legally ridiculous.” Many political pundits have been left posing this question to the American people,

Do you want these childish tantrums in the white house?

It appears Trump’s run for presidency is over before it ever really began.

NBC, parent conglomerate to the second largest Spanish network Telemundo, has since followed suit in Univision’s path and cut all Trump ties (which included canceling Trump’s “The Apprentice” which perpetually failed to impress the network, receiving 5.5 out of 10 stars according to IMDB). The decision was in response to an online petition on Change.org that made the rounds across social media platforms demanding the network “Fire Trump.“

In an ironic turn of events, Carlos Slim, the richest man in the world (and incidentally a Mexican) has now discontinued his business relationship with the visibly shaken GOP nominee hopeful, who many are now referring to as a “Racist Bigot” and “Clown.”

It wasn’t long before Trump’s other business partners including Macy’s also took action, with the retailer pulling Donald Trump merchandise from it’s stores.

As the situation continues to spiral across new and traditional media alike, some disturbing details and inconsistencies in Donald’s immigration philosophy have been unearthed.

In a recent, peculiar development, The New York Times have reported Donald, in spite of his now infamous remarks against the immigrant community, is not above financial gain at their expense, exposing a lawsuit against the frazzled business man:

“The lawsuit, by some members of Housewreckers Local 95, charges that Mr. Trump, desperate to meet deadlines on a vast project whose intricate financing was partly dependent upon them, overlooked the use of undocumented Polish immigrants, who allegedly worked round-the-clock and even slept at the site.”

Couple these actions, to which Trump testifies as “unaware” in spite of several of his team members coming forth revealing he was advised on the matter, with his boastful quote regarding job creation, and the result is a compelling and innovative fiscal policy for the American people:

I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created.

But wait, there’s more.

I will build a great wall. And nobody does walls better than me. Very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border and I will have Mexico pay for that wall.

Amongst all of these disturbing developments, the most compelling of all remains the now infallibly proven digital power of the Latino community. For the first time in this nation’s history, a persecuted, systematically denigrated, immigrant minority, through the power of digital media, has fought back against institutionalized racism. and WON.

Latinos not only all across the country, but the entire WORLD have united under a new and unifying air of collective Hispanic pride and indignation against the racist commentary Trump and others like him continue to defend. In spite of Donald Trump‘s attempt to permeate the public mainstream discourse with misinformed stereotypes, Latinos worldwide have been joined by their non-Latino brothers and sisters and have drowned Trump out.

Sources report this is only the beginning of the worldwide reactions to what is, thanks to Trump’s national platform through his GOP campaign, one of the most circumstantially poignant instances of institutionalized racism in recent times.

Continue to use your VOICE hermanos, the world is listening.