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Jorge Ramos of Univision

Jorge Ramos is the top news anchor on the Spanish-language network Univision. He's lived in the U.S. for about 28 years, and as of 2004 he still retained Mexican citizenship "in case I want to return to Mexico to run for office." However, in 2008 he changed his mind and did obtain U.S. citizenship.

It's not clear whether he was a U.S. citizen in February 2008, when CNN let him ask U.S. presidential candidates questions at a debate. He's also interviewed Barack Obama, Newt Gingrich, Sarah Palin, John Boehner, John McCain, and other U.S. politicians.

Last modified Jul 13, 2011
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... was interviewed on Univision by Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas; a transcript of his answers about immigration is below. If you're a foreign citizen - whether here legally or illegally or planning on moving here legally or illegally - Romney's comments were great. If you're a business that wants a large labor pool with lower wages and lower safety standards, or you're a leader of the...

Newt Gingrich mocks reality: illegal aliens do self-deport - 01/25/12

... program). Obviously, the interviewer (Jorge Ramos of Univision) isn't going to call Gingrich on misleading people by ignoring the vast majority of cases. To make things even worse, Gingrich says that Romney "shows no humanity for the people that are already here", references how he was involved in the 1986 amnesty, and says that we need to have a conversation about how to "get us to legality for...

Jorge Ramos became U.S. citizen in 2008 (Univision) - 07/13/11

... a while that Univision anchor Jorge Ramos - despite residing in the U.S. for many years - continues to be a Mexican citizen by choice based on a statement he made in 2004. Now it turns out that he changed his mind and my information was out-of-date: Ramos became a U.S. citizen in 2008 (July 11, 2010 CSPAN interview: q-and-a.org/Transcript/?ProgramID=1291): Brian Lamb: Why did you become an...

Andrew Breitbart mostly caves to Jorge Ramos, supports immigration "reform" (+Ramos lies) - 07/10/11

... didn't call out the show's host Jorge Ramos for what he supports (see that link). On the plus side, Breitbart did stick up for some form of at least language assimilation, did oppose "the cultural Marxist ideas of separating people into different racial groups", and did speak out against the recent USA-Mexico soccer match. As discussed at that link, Ramos contended that most people in California...

Jorge Ramos: most Californians support Mexico over U.S. in soccer; US is "latinizing" - 06/26/11

... let's turn to Univision anchor Jorge Ramos. On Twitter [2], he said about the match: La mayoria ayer en California apoyo a equipo de Mexico sobre USA, algo muy dificil de aceptar para muchos. USA se latiniza My translation of that is: The majority in California support the Mexican team over the USA team, something very difficult for many to accept. The U.S. is latinizing. Obviously, in the...

Newt Gingrich considers "draft boards" for immigration (+Jorge Ramos, DREAM Act, sanctuary movement, Michael Scherer) - 05/16/11

... since it was in error. In fact, Jorge Ramos did become a U.S. citizen a few years ago. The original first point in toto was: Gingrich failed to point out that the host of the show (Jorge Ramos) refuses to seek U.S. citizenship despite living here for several years. Ramos is a Mexican partisan who represents Mexican interests. He's also a popular TV host among U.S. Hispanics. Someone like, say,...

Obama admits problems caused by mass immigration; panders to illegal aliens; takes foreign citizens' side; opposes non-criminal deportations - 03/29/11

... network. The host was anchor Jorge Ramos, a U.S. resident who's a Mexican citizen, a Mexican partisan, and a strong supporter of illegal immigration. And, of course, Obama was mostly aligned with him. After admitting the major problems caused by massive immigration, Obama took the side of illegal aliens and continued to promise them that he'd push for reforms. He also compared legalizing illegal...

Who in the DOJ knew about "gun walking"? (ATF letting guns go to Mexico) - 03/28/11

... interview with (Mexican citizen) Jorge Ramos of Univision that neither he nor Eric Holder of the Department of Justice knew about it (link). However, from this: In an exclusive interview with CBS News, the lead ATF official in Mexico at the time Darren Gil says somebody in the Justice Department did know about the case. Gil says his supervisor at ATF's Washington D.C. headquarters told him point...

Newt Gingrich supports some parts of DREAM Act; supports guest workers; uses false choice; sounds like Hoffenblum - 12/06/10

... worse. He spoke with Univision's Jorge Ramos (a Mexican citizen) and said (link): Newt Gingrich: And our very deliberate goal, as with the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, is we’re talking about how can we create a space that is sort of center-right, pro-jobs, pro-entrepreneur but where the entire Hispanic community feels comfortable arguing, talking, and thinking. We’re going to be...

Newt Gingrich launches bilingual The Americano site, outreaches with far-left concepts - 09/22/09

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Obama snubs Fox to discuss domestic policy with foreign citizen (Jorge Ramos, Univision) - 09/19/09

... on Univision's "Al Punto with Jorge Ramos". Ramos is a Mexican citizen who has no interest in becoming a U.S. citizen; he says he might want to run for office in Mexico one day. Despite that, he has no qualms about interfering in our internal U.S. politics, supporting illegal immigration, and opposing assimilation (link, link). And, at the CNN Democratic debate of February 21, 2008, he was...

Great: Sarah Palin immigration stance magically same as McCain's - 10/22/08

... Palin was recently interviewed by Jorge Ramos of Univision [1], and she repeatedly asked him why he - a citizen of Mexico who has no interest in becoming a U.S. citizen - keeps interfering in our internal politics. She repeatedly asked him why he was allowed to take up valuable time during a CNN debate where he wasn't even identified as a foreign citizen. Unfortunately, I'm kidding. Actually,...

Disgrace: CNN Democratic debate February 21, 2008 - 02/21/08

... that one of the questioners is Jorge Ramos of Univision. He's not only a supporter of cultural separatism, he's not a citizen - by choice - despite having lived here for over a decade. And, if any immigration questions are asked they'll be meaningless: everyone on stage is on the same side. UPDATE: I was right about it being a disgrace, but that was an easy bet (link); Ramos asked a few...

John McCain would sign his own amnesty bill as president; tries co-opting attrition - 01/28/08

... country," ...The program's host, Jorge Ramos, asked Mr. McCain if that meant no legalization program "for the first two or three years," and Mr. McCain seemed to concur. "I am saying that in the first year or two years at the present pace we can get the border secured, and then we can address the other part of it. The American people want the border secured first, and that is what we have...