PROOF: Megyn Kelly Caught Lying About Judge Curiel’s La Raza Membership...
Fox News host Megyn Kelly was wrong when she claimed that the Trump hating judge was a member of a nonpartisan lawyer’s association.
In fact the group — San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association — has repeatedly backed extreme anti-enforcement, pro-illegal immigrant speakers and causes, according to its website,
Here she is interviewing Bill Bennett who incidentally has a history of being paid to shill for Common Core, something Donald Trump opposes.
Caught in yet another attempt to smear Donald Trump, Kelly claimed that Trump hating Judge Gonzalo Curiel wasn’t a member of La Raza.
“First of all, people are saying that this judge is a member of La Raza, the group that’s been protesting Donald Trump. He isn’t,” Kelly said. “He’s a member of a Hispanic lawyers’ association that has no partisan stripes whatsoever. They support Hispanic lawyers and judges. That’s it. So let’s be clear on that.”
But Kelly is wrong. It isn’t a nonpartisan association; it’s a pro-illegal immigration outfit that funds scholarships for illegal aliens! And yes, it also endorses candidates.
How do I know that? Well, it has a list of all the candidates they’ve endorsed ON THEIR WEBSITE. Does Kelly not have google?
In 2014 the La Raza group published a message from the Anti-Defamation League worrying about the anti-immigrant sentiment affecting the “migrant” children.
The organization invited activists who opposed efforts to defund welfare payments to illegal immigrants, backed in-state tuition for illegal immigrant children, and called for ending California’s English-only program for public school children.
They also worked strenuously to oppose the Minute Men, who were a citizen activist organization dedicated to stopping illegal immigrants from entering the country.
In the summer of 2005, the Minutemen announced they would patrol the East County border between Mexico and the U.S. to look for undocumented persons crossing the Mexican border into the U.S. SDLRLA, together with ACLU and CRLA formed the Legal Observer Program. Our purpose was to monitor the Minutemen to ensure the human rights of undocumented persons were not violated. The Minutemen were watching for undocumented persons, and we were watching the Minutemen.
This write up comes from a 2014 event that Judge Curiel attended.