In a roundtable on CNN Friday, commentator and GOP strategist Ana Navarro
launched into an impassioned rebuttal of Donald Trump's recent comments
against Latinos including his continued allusion to the Trump
University judge's "Mexican" heritage.
Navarro warned Trump's comments will have consequences on election day.
"What he's doing is disgusting. I'm livid about it, and if this is
his strategy to win over Hispanics, he's got a hell of a wake-up call
coming to him come November," Navarro said on CNN.
I don't have any particular reason for calling her disgusting, but I don't think she's got a legitimate reason for saying that about Trump either.
First, should people involved in a law suit be forbidden to speak about it? Should they be banned from disagreeing with the judge?
"This man was born in east Chicago. He's an American citizen. He's just as American as Donald Trump."
Sure, if Trump had grown up speaking a foreign language and has joined groups and organizations for that ethnic group. He's a member of the of the La Raza Lawyers of San Diego and, through them, has awarded scholarships to illegal immigrants.
Is is unreasonable for anyone to think that someone heavily involved with the immigrant community, possibly with some of the people who wave Mexican flags and riot outside of Trump rallies, should have recused himself from the case?
If a judge spends some of his time helping one group of people and they are violently opposed to a person being sued in his court, wouldn't any reasonable person think it would be very hard to maintain an impartial viewpoint?