WikiLeaks Released DNC Email Referring To Latinos As Taco Bowls

Racist officials from the Democratic National Convention Committee referred to Hispanics as Taco Bowl Engagement.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

July 25, 2016

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – An e-mail leaked by WikiLeaks on Friday showed that members of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) engaged in racism via an e-mail blast and referred to Hispanics as “Taco Bowl Engagement.” The e-mail by Rebecca Christopher from the DNC refers to Latinos in a video script as Taco Bowl Engagement to attack Trump.
Christopher and others in the DNC who received the e-mail blast definitely were planning to fuel more racism and hatred around the country with their negative ad campaign.
On Sunday, former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz and U.S. Representative from Florida resigned as Chairperson days after the WikiLeaks e-mails scandal broke linking her to corruption in the DNC. Schultz joined the Clinton campaign later on Sunday after she was linked to conspiring with other DNC members to get Hillary Clinton nominated for president by unfair corrupt practices while she was the chairperson of the DNC. The DNC Committee also conspired to make false allegations for the purpose to keep Bernie Sanders from being nominated for president during the primary elections.
In another leaked email, Luis Miranda, the DNC Communications Director received an email on May 22 indicating that Hispanics are brand loyal consumers and should be marketed as corporations do, so the DNC can get them to support the Democrats in November.
Also that Hispanics and their families are “most responsive to story telling…,” according to the email.
The DNC email generalized about Latinos and is deemed racist as well.
The DNC Convention starts on Monday and ends on Thursday in Philadelphia.

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Nationally, Goodson is a foremost respected immigration rights and reform Journalist in the U.S.A.
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