Pence, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Jeanine Pirro, Tucker Carlson, Moscow Mitch McConnell, Jim Jordan, Devin Nunes, and others are famous for kissing Trump’s humongous derriere. When the owner of a food processing company whose customers are primarily Hispanic bends over and smooches Trump’s flabby behind, that’s news. The aftermath was well deserved.
Last week the CEO of Goya Foods, Robert Unanue, was invited to the White House. So far, so good. However, when the “meeting” ended, Unanue said that our country was “blessed to have a leader” like President Trump, that was unacceptable to the Hispanic community. Trump began his racist campaign in 2015 labeling the entire Hispanic community ‘criminals and rapists.’ Then he proceeded to use his personal gestapo, ICE, to round up undocumented men, women and children and place them in concentration camps, along with other Hispanics whose only crimes were seeking asylum from tyrannical dictators; the same men admired by your illegitimate president.
Many of the company’s customers decided to organize a boycott of Goya foods.
Now here’s the funny, part; the childish part of the story, and more proof that the Trump Klan is white trash with money.
Let’s make it clear that although no one understands what she does in the White House, Ivanka is technically a member of Trump’s administration. Therefore, it is a violation of the laws of ethics for her to promote any brand or any product for any one person or one company. That didn’t stop the New York socialite who, like her father, believes she is above the law.
Trump’s clone actually did a commercial for Goya Foods on twitter.
Holding a can of a Goya food product, she typed: “If it’s Goya, it has to be good. Si es Goya, tiene que ser bueno.”
I am so ashamed that these “spoiled, white, racist men and women are allowed to claim the title of “first family.”
To the Trump Klan, I say: “ir arrastrándose debajo de tu roca.”
Op-ed by James Turnage
My eight novels, including “Tales from Between the Sheets,” are available on Amazon’s free Kindle app